This short report describes the number, percent, and characteristics of specialty mental health treatment facilities in the United States that offered supported employment, an evidence-based practice for individuals with serious mental illness to gain employment.
The tables present by-State and by-Region estimates for marijuana, cocaine, alcohol, tobacco, SMI, AMI, MDE, and suicide.
These are Excel, CSV, and PDF files of 2014-2015 NSDUH state estimates.
This tables shows the boundaries used to create the maps shown in “2014-2015 NSDUH National Maps of Prevalence Estimates by State.”
Prevalence estimates and 95% confidence intervals for persons aged 12 or older, 12 to 17, 18 to 25, and 26 or older; also for persons 12 to 20 for one alcohol measure.
Prevalence estimates for 25 measures of substance use and mental illness are provided along with 95% confidence intervals for persons aged 12 or older for the substance use measures, persons aged 18 or older for the mental illness measures, and persons aged 12-20 for two alcohol measures.
Tables of prevalence estimates for persons aged 12 to 17, 18 to 25, 26 or older, and aged 18 or older.
This CBHSQ short report uses data from the 2011 Treatment Episode Data Set – Discharges (TEDS-D) and the 2012 National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS) to provide a portrait of treatment discharges among those referred to treatment by the criminal justice system, hereafter referred to as criminal justice...
This report looks at SAMHSA Block Grants that serve as a safety net for individuals without health insurance or other resources who seek specialty substance use treatment and prevention services. Under the Affordable Care Act, some of the treatment options that were covered by the SAMHSA Block Grants are likely...
2013-2014 NSDUH State Estimates Categorized into Five Groups by Age Group
The Quick Statistics tables for each state or jurisdiction are based on data from the Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS), displaying data on substance abuse treatment admissions during 2014, by primary substance of abuse and selected characteristics.
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