Table 1.1. N-SSATS facilities, by status and mode of response: 2012
  Number Percent
Total facilities in survey 19,316 100.0
Closed/Ineligible  3,202  16.6
Eligible 16,114  83.4
Total eligible 16,114 100.0
Non-respondents  1,119   6.9
Respondents 14,995  93.1
Excluded from Report1    394   2.4
Roll-ups2    290   1.8
Included in Report 14,311  88.8
Mode of Response 14,311 100.0
Internet 11,604  81.1
Telephone  1,729  12.1
Mail    978   6.8
     
1 Facilities excluded from report included 191 non-treatment halfway houses, 115 solo practices not approved by the state agency for inclusion, and 88 facilities that treated incarcerated clients only.
2 Facilities whose client counts were included in or “rolled into” other facilities’ counts and whose facility characteristics were not reported separately.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 2.1. Facility turnover: 2008-20121
Number and percent distribution
Facility status Number of facilities Percent distribution
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Total  13,688 13,513 13,339 13,720 14,311 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
Responded to both current and prior year's surveys 12,146 12,065 11,882 11,943 12,230  88.7  89.3  89.1  87.0  85.5
New in survey year  1,542  1,448  1,457  1,777  2,081  11.3  10.7  10.9  13.0  14.5
                   
Closed since previous survey year  1,502  1,623  1,631  1,396  1,490  11.0  12.0  12.2  10.2  10.4
1 Survey reference dates were March 31, 2008-2011, and March 30, 2012. See Appendix A for changes in the survey base, methods, and instruments that affect analysis of trends over time.
NOTE: Percentages may not sum to 100 percent because of rounding.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2008-2012. 

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Table 2.2. Facility operation and primary focus of facility: 2008-20121
Number and percent distribution
Facility operation and primary focus Number of facilities Percent distribution
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Total  13,688 13,513 13,339 13,720 14,311 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
Facility operation    
Private non-profit  7,932  7,826  7,683 7,869 8,054  57.9  57.9  57.6  57.4  56.3
Private for-profit  4,015  3,959  3,985 4,194 4,450  29.3  29.3  29.9  30.6  31.1
Local, county, or community govt.    820    795    751    742    758   6.0   5.9   5.6   5.4   5.3
State government    427    401    380    351    363   3.1   3.0   2.8   2.6   2.5
Federal government    314    341    348    348    364   2.3   2.5   2.6   2.5   2.5
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    174    210    218    225    215   1.3   1.6   1.6   1.6   1.5
Dept. of Defense     93     91     91     89     89   0.7   0.7   0.7   0.6   0.6
Indian Health Service     44     38     36     30     50   0.3   0.3   0.3   0.2   0.3
Other      3      2      3      4     10      *      *      *      *   0.1
Tribal government    180    191    192    216    322   1.3   1.4   1.4   1.6   2.3
Primary focus of facility    
Substance abuse treatment services  8,378  8,257  8,100  8,094  7,990  61.2  61.1  60.7  59.0  55.8
Mental health services    923    878    853    877    997   6.7   6.5   6.4   6.4   7.0
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 4,052  4,091  4,113  4,385  4,732  29.6  30.3  30.8  32.0  33.1
General health care    181    169    168    190    228   1.3   1.3   1.3   1.4   1.6
Other    154    118    105    174    364   1.1   0.9   0.8   1.3   2.5
1 Survey reference dates were March 31, 2008-2011, and March 30, 2012. See Appendix A for changes in the survey base, methods, and instruments that affect analysis of trends over time.
*  Less than 0.05 percent.
NOTE: Percentages may not sum to 100 percent because of rounding.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2008-2012.

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Table 2.3. Facilities, by type of care offered, and facilities with Opioid Treatment Programs: 2008-20121
Number and percent
Type of care offered and facilities with
Opioid Treatment Programs
Number of facilities2 Percent2
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Total  13,688 13,513 13,339 13,720 14,311  
Type of care offered  
Outpatient 10,977 10,905 10,753 11,101 11,650  80.2  80.7  80.6  80.9  81.4
Regular 10,106 10,050  9,914 10,295 10,858  73.8  74.4  74.3  75.0  75.9
Intensive   5,966  5,991  5,990  6,089  6,427  43.6  44.3  44.9  44.4  44.9
Detoxification  1,286  1,296  1,227  1,294  1,367   9.4   9.6   9.2   9.4   9.6
Day treatment/partial hospitalization  1,783  1,726  1,678  1,702  1,762  13.0  12.8  12.6  12.4  12.3
Methadone maintenance   1,527  1,620  1,137  1,223  1,316  11.2  12.0   8.5   8.9   9.2
Residential (non-hospital)  3,644  3,520  3,452  3,524  3,566  26.6  26.0  25.9  25.7  24.9
Detoxification    920    879    893    890    894   6.7   6.5   6.7   6.5   6.2
Short-term treatment (30 days or fewer)  1,662  1,671  1,691  1,779  1,804  12.1  12.4  12.7  13.0  12.6
Long-term treatment (more than 30 days)  2,968  2,861  2,801  2,881  2,932  21.7  21.2  21.0  21.0  20.5
Hospital inpatient    838    797    748    740    780   6.1   5.9   5.6   5.4   5.5
Detoxification    742    713    666    658    686   5.4   5.3   5.0   4.8   4.8
Treatment    564    555    548    548    578   4.1   4.1   4.1   4.0   4.0
Facilities with Opioid Treatment Programs2  
Total   1,132  1,239  1,166  1,189  1,167  
Outpatient  1,044  1,121  1,083  1,111  1,109  92.2  90.5  92.9  93.4  95.0
Regular    705    758    724    764    813  62.3  61.2  62.1  64.3  69.7
Intensive     291    310    295    315    310  25.7  25.0  25.3  26.5  26.6
Detoxification    537    602    568    584    597  47.4  48.6  48.7  49.1  51.2
Day treatment/partial hospitalization     92    100     80     72     73   8.1   8.1   6.9   6.1   6.3
Methadone maintenance   1,004  1,051  1,043  1,059  1,079  88.7  84.8  89.5  89.1  92.5
Residential (non-hospital)     96    126     93     90     81   8.5  10.2   8.0   7.6   6.9
Detoxification     54     69     48     48     36   4.8   5.6   4.1   4.0   3.1
Short-term treatment (30 days or fewer)     68     96     68     74     63   6.0   7.7   5.8   6.2   5.4
Long-term treatment (more than 30 days)     56     65     51     50     50   4.9   5.2   4.4   4.2   4.3
Hospital inpatient    117    144     99    100     85  10.3  11.6   8.5   8.4   7.3
Detoxification    111    135     93     97     82   9.8  10.9   8.0   8.2   7.0
Treatment     79    101     75     77     66   7.0   8.2   6.4   6.5   5.7
1 Survey reference dates were March 31, 2008-2011, and March 30, 2012. See Appendix A for changes in the survey base, methods, and instruments that affect analysis of trends over time.
2 Only those facilities that have Opioid Treatment Programs certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration are included.
NOTE: Types of care sum to more than the total because a facility could provide more than one type of care.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2008-2012.

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Table 3.1. Clients in treatment, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: 2008-20121
Number and percent distribution
Facility operation and primary focus Number of clients Percent distribution
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Total  1,192,490 1,182,077 1,175,462 1,224,127 1,248,905 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
Facility operation    
Private non-profit   635,347   630,579   625,321   646,904   653,392  53.3  53.3  53.2  52.8  52.3
Private for-profit   363,695   375,256   372,525   395,577   424,871  30.5  31.7  31.7  32.3  34.0
Local, county, or community govt.    82,632    75,126    70,963    73,338    68,903   6.9   6.4   6.0   6.0   5.5
State government    43,799    42,761    47,203    40,303    38,226   3.7   3.6   4.0   3.3   3.1
Federal government    55,290    46,282    47,676    47,742    41,391   4.6   3.9   4.1   3.9   3.3
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    45,268    37,381    39,157    37,321    32,499   3.8   3.2   3.3   3.0   2.6
Dept. of Defense     8,171     6,877     7,035     8,487     6,419   0.7   0.6   0.6   0.7   0.5
Indian Health Service     1,755     1,982     1,431     1,838     2,271   0.1   0.2   0.1   0.2   0.2
Other        96        42        53        96       202      *      *      *      *      *
Tribal government    11,727    12,073    11,774    20,263    22,122   1.0   1.0   1.0   1.7   1.8
Primary focus of facility    
Substance abuse treatment services   794,172   792,815   780,098   792,248   767,218  66.6  67.1  66.4  64.7  61.4
Mental health services    42,740    43,137    44,564    42,099    59,745   3.6   3.6   3.8   3.4   4.8
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
  324,342   327,166   330,621   364,965   378,326  27.2  27.7  28.1  29.8  30.3
General health care    24,443    13,933    15,965    16,496    17,415   2.0   1.2   1.4   1.3   1.4
Other     6,793     5,026     4,214     8,319    26,201   0.6   0.4   0.4   0.7   2.1
1 Survey reference dates were March 31, 2008-2011, and March 30, 2012. See Appendix A for changes in the survey base, methods, and instruments that affect analysis of trends over time.
* Less than 0.05 percent.
NOTE: Percentages may not sum to 100 percent because of rounding.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2008-2012.

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Table 3.2. Clients in treatment, by type of care received, and clients receiving methadone or buprenorphine: 2008-20121
Number and percent distribution
Type of care received and clients receiving
methadone or buprenorphine
Number of clients Percent distribution
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Total  1,192,490 1,182,077 1,175,462 1,224,127 1,248,905 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
Type of care received    
Outpatient 1,071,572 1,064,562 1,056,532 1,095,897 1,120,615  89.9  90.1  89.9  89.5  89.7
Regular   644,009   598,282   593,077   617,715   629,794  54.0  50.6  50.5  50.5  50.4
Intensive    130,260   147,132   138,188   141,964   148,893  10.9  12.4  11.8  11.6  11.9
Detoxification    11,339    10,786    13,216    13,450    15,847   1.0   0.9   1.1   1.1   1.3
Day treatment/partial hospitalization    22,835    23,822    22,458    23,338    24,530   1.9   2.0   1.9   1.9   2.0
Methadone maintenance    263,129   284,540   289,593   299,430   301,551  22.1  24.1  24.6  24.5  24.1
Residential (non-hospital)   107,441   103,174   103,692   112,827   110,843   9.0   8.7   8.8   9.2   8.9
Detoxification     6,746     6,067     7,549     9,326    10,718   0.6   0.5   0.6   0.8   0.9
Short-term treatment (30 days or fewer)    25,566    25,807    26,014    29,164    29,391   2.1   2.2   2.2   2.4   2.4
Long-term treatment (more than 30 days)    75,129    71,300    70,129    74,337    70,734   6.3   6.0   6.0   6.1   5.7
Hospital inpatient    13,477    14,341    15,238    15,403    17,447   1.1   1.2   1.3   1.3   1.4
Detoxification     5,686     6,427     6,476     6,179     6,950   0.5   0.5   0.6   0.5   0.6
Treatment     7,791     7,914     8,762     9,224    10,497   0.7   0.7   0.7   0.8   0.8
Clients receiving methadone or buprenorphine    
Total    283,803   308,781   327,099   340,456   350,941  23.8  26.1  27.8  27.8  28.1
Clients receiving methadone   268,071   284,608   299,643   307,780   311,718  22.5  24.1  25.5  25.1  25.0
Clients receiving buprenorphine    15,732    24,173    27,456    32,676    39,223   1.3   2.0   2.3   2.7   3.1
1 Survey reference dates were March 31, 2008-2011, and March 30, 2012. See Appendix A for changes in the survey base, methods, and instruments that affect analysis of trends over time.
NOTE:  Percentages may not sum to 100 percent because of rounding.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2008-2012.

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Table 3.3. Clients in treatment, by substance abuse problem and diagnosed co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders: 2008-20121
Number and percent distribution
Substance abuse problem and diagnosed co-occurring
mental and substance abuse disorders
Number of clients Percent distribution
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Total2 1,192,490 1,182,077 1,175,462 1,224,127 1,248,905 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
Substance abuse problem  
Clients with both alcohol and drug abuse   545,330   517,887   498,671   535,258   543,155  45.7  43.8  42.4  43.7  43.5
Clients with drug abuse only   421,583   441,128   459,069   464,406   470,665  35.4  37.3  39.1  37.9  37.7
Clients with alcohol abuse only   222,389   220,373   215,101   221,632   223,313  18.6  18.6  18.3  18.1  17.9
Diagnosed co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders   462,260   456,567   479,699   506,162   537,676  38.8  38.6  40.8  41.3  43.1
1 Survey reference dates were March 31, 2008-2011, and March 30, 2012. See Appendix A for changes in the survey base, methods, and instruments that affect analysis of trends over time.
2 Totals include clients in facilities that did not respond to the substance abuse problem question (in 2008, 3,188 clients reported by 188 facilities; in 2009, 2,690 clients reported by 152 facilities; in 2010, 2,620 clients reported by 174 facilities; in 2011, 2,832 clients reported by 188 facilities; and in 2012, 11,772 clients reported by 270 facilities).
NOTE: Numbers may not sum to totals and percentages may not sum to 100 percent because of rounding.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2008-2012.

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Table 3.4. Clients under age 18 in treatment, by type of care received,
and clients under age 18 in treatment in facilities offering special programs or groups for adolescents: 2008-20121
Number and percent distribution
Type of care received and clients under age 18 in
facilities with special programs or groups for
adolescents
Number of clients under age 182 Percent distribution
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Total 86,465 84,326 81,863 82,532 89,521 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
Type of care received    
Outpatient 76,484 74,623 71,303 71,687 80,403  88.5  88.5  87.1  86.9  89.8
Residential (non-hospital)  9,219  8,947  9,302  9,738  7,639  10.7  10.6  11.4  11.8   8.5
Hospital inpatient    762    756  1,258  1,107  1,479   0.9   0.9   1.5   1.3   1.7
Clients under age 18 in facilities with special programs or groups for adolescents 71,613 68,448 66,064 65,918 72,766  82.8  81.2  80.7  79.9  81.3
1 Survey reference dates were March 31, 2008-2011, and March 30, 2012. See Appendix A for changes in the survey base, methods, and instruments that affect analysis of trends over time.
2 Excludes clients in facilities that did not respond to the question about clients under age 18 (in 2008, 911 total clients reported by 9 facilities; in 2009, 346 total clients reported by 5 facilities; in 2010, all facilities responded to the question about clients under 18; in 2011, 1,417 total clients reported by 9 facilities; and in 2012, 1,615 total clients reported by 15 facilities). 
NOTE: Percentages may not sum to 100 percent because of rounding.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2008-2012.

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Table 4.1. Primary focus of facilities, by facility operation: 2012
Number and percent distribution          
Primary focus Total Facility operation
Private
non-
profit
Private
for-
profit
Local,
county, or
community
govt.
State
govt.
Total
Federal
govt.
Federal govt. Tribal
govt.
Dept. of
Veterans
Affairs
Dept. of
Defense
Indian
Health
Service
Other
Number of facilities
Number, by primary focus of facility 14,311 8,054 4,450 758 363 364 215 89 50 10 322
Substance abuse treatment services  7,990 4,544 2,631 355 184 157  73 62 17  5 119
Mental health services    997   607   262  69  34  20  16  3  1 - -   5
Mix of mental health and substance abuse treatment services  4,732 2,587 1,436 312 129 117  74 20 20  3 151
General health care    228   111    13   7   1  61  50  1 10 - -  35
Other    364   205   108  15  15   9   2  3  2  2  12
Column percent distribution
Percent distribution, by primary focus of facility 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
Substance abuse treatment services  55.8  56.4  59.1  46.8  50.7  43.1  34.0  69.7  34.0  50.0  37.0
Mental health services   7.0   7.5   5.9   9.1   9.4   5.5   7.4   3.4   2.0      - -   1.6
Mix of mental health and substance abuse treatment services  33.1  32.1  32.3  41.2  35.5  32.1  34.4  22.5  40.0  30.0  46.9
General health care   1.6   1.4   0.3   0.9   0.3  16.8  23.3   1.1  20.0      - -  10.9
Other   2.5   2.5   2.4   2.0   4.1   2.5   0.9   3.4   4.0  20.0   3.7
Row percent distribution
Percent distribution, by facility operation 100.0  56.3  31.1   5.3   2.5   2.5   1.5   0.6   0.3   0.1   2.3
Substance abuse treatment services 100.0  56.9  32.9   4.4   2.3   2.0   0.9   0.8   0.2   0.1   1.5
Mental health services 100.0  60.9  26.3   6.9   3.4   2.0   1.6   0.3   0.1      - -   0.5
Mix of mental health and substance abuse treatment services 100.0  54.7  30.3   6.6   2.7   2.5   1.6   0.4   0.4   0.1   3.2
General health care 100.0  48.7   5.7   3.1   0.4  26.8  21.9   0.4   4.4      - -  15.4
Other 100.0  56.3  29.7   4.1   4.1   2.5   0.5   0.8   0.5   0.5   3.3
- -  Quantity is zero.
NOTE: Percentages may not sum to 100 percent because of rounding.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.2a. Type of care offered, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: 2012
Number
Facility operation and primary focus   Number of facilities1
Total Type of care offered
Any out-
patient 
Outpatient Any
residen-
tial
Residential
(non-hospital)
Any
hospital
inpatient
Hospital
inpatient
Regular Intensive Day
treatment
or partial
hospitali-
zation
Detox Methadone
maintenance
Short-
term
Long-
term
Detox Treat-
ment
Detox
Total  14,311 11,650 10,858  6,427  1,762 1,367  1,316 3,566 1,804 2,932 894 780 578 686
Facility operation            
Private non-profit  8,054  5,992  5,649  3,397    951   439    435 2,690 1,207 2,274 583 416 285 360
Private for-profit  4,450  4,094  3,696  2,225    606   718    733   515   381   420 225 210 179 198
Local, county, or community govt.    758    669    643    317     64    38     48   105    58    64  40  42  32  39
State government    363    246    233    143     49    27     25   113    58    79  21  45  44  25
Federal government    364    348    338    196     72   118     63    95    76    60  22  64  36  62
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    215    208    202    143     51   104     61    81    71    48  22  59  32  57
Dept. of Defense     89     88     87     33     13    10       - -     3     2     2   - -   2   2   2
Indian Health Service     50     44     42     18      6     3      2     9     1     9   - -   1   - -   1
Other     10      8      7      2      2     1       - -     2     2     1   - -   2   2   2
Tribal government    322    301    299    149     20    27     12    48    24    35   3   3   2   2
Primary focus of facility            
Substance abuse treatment services  7,990  6,066  5,517  3,513    892   864  1,054 2,602 1,293 2,142 646 281 206 231
Mental health services    997    873    829    249    114    51     19    82    35    66  14 129  85 111
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 4,732  4,230  4,054  2,434    701   384    197   753   415   612 201 310 254 288
General health care    228    198    191     88     30    41     23    19    14    15   6  49  25  46
Other    364    283    267    143     25    27     23   110    47    97  27  11   8  10
1 Number of facilities sum to more than the Total column because a facility could provide more than one type of care.
- -  Quantity is zero.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.2b. Type of care offered, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: 2012
Percent
Facility operation and primary focus Number
of
facilities
Percent1
Type of care offered
Any out-
patient 
Outpatient Any
residen-
tial
Residential
(non-hospital)
Any
hospital
inpatient
Hospital
inpatient
Regular Intensive Day
treatment
or partial
hospitali-
zation
Detox Methadone
maintenance
Short-
term
Long-
term
Detox Treat-
ment
Detox
Total  14,311  81.4  75.9  44.9  12.3   9.6   9.2  24.9  12.6  20.5   6.2   5.5   4.0   4.8
Facility operation        
Private non-profit  8,054  74.4  70.1  42.2  11.8   5.5   5.4  33.4  15.0  28.2   7.2   5.2   3.5   4.5
Private for-profit  4,450  92.0  83.1  50.0  13.6  16.1  16.5  11.6   8.6   9.4   5.1   4.7   4.0   4.4
Local, county, or community govt.    758  88.3  84.8  41.8   8.4   5.0   6.3  13.9   7.7   8.4   5.3   5.5   4.2   5.1
State government    363  67.8  64.2  39.4  13.5   7.4   6.9  31.1  16.0  21.8   5.8  12.4  12.1   6.9
Federal government    364  95.6  92.9  53.8  19.8  32.4  17.3  26.1  20.9  16.5   6.0  17.6   9.9  17.0
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    215  96.7  94.0  66.5  23.7  48.4  28.4  37.7  33.0  22.3  10.2  27.4  14.9  26.5
Dept. of Defense     89  98.9  97.8  37.1  14.6  11.2      - -   3.4   2.2   2.2      - -   2.2   2.2   2.2
Indian Health Service     50  88.0  84.0  36.0  12.0   6.0   4.0  18.0   2.0  18.0      - -   2.0      - -   2.0
Other     10  80.0  70.0  20.0  20.0  10.0      - -  20.0  20.0  10.0      - -  20.0  20.0  20.0
Tribal government    322  93.5  92.9  46.3   6.2   8.4   3.7  14.9   7.5  10.9   0.9   0.9   0.6   0.6
Primary focus of facility        
Substance abuse treatment services  7,990  75.9  69.0  44.0  11.2  10.8  13.2  32.6  16.2  26.8   8.1   3.5   2.6   2.9
Mental health services    997  87.6  83.1  25.0  11.4   5.1   1.9   8.2   3.5   6.6   1.4  12.9   8.5  11.1
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 4,732  89.4  85.7  51.4  14.8   8.1   4.2  15.9   8.8  12.9   4.2   6.6   5.4   6.1
General health care    228  86.8  83.8  38.6  13.2  18.0  10.1   8.3   6.1   6.6   2.6  21.5  11.0  20.2
Other    364  77.7  73.4  39.3   6.9   7.4   6.3  30.2  12.9  26.6   7.4   3.0   2.2   2.7
1 Percentages sum to more than 100 percent because a facility could provide more than one type of care.
- -  Quantity is zero.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.3. Type of client substance abuse problem treated and treatment of clients with diagnosed co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: March 30, 2012
Number and percent
Facility operation and primary focus Number of facilities1,2 Percent1
Total2 Client substance abuse problem Treats clients
with
diagnosed
co-occurring
mental and
substance
abuse
disorders
Client substance abuse problem Treats clients
with
diagnosed
co-occurring
mental and
substance
abuse
disorders
Treats clients
with both
alcohol
and drug
abuse
Treats clients
with drug
abuse only
Treats clients
with alcohol
abuse only
Treats clients
with both
alcohol
and drug
abuse
Treats clients
with drug
abuse only
Treats clients
with alcohol
abuse only
Total  13,905 13,072 11,821 11,424 12,569  94.0  85.0  82.2  90.4
Facility operation      
Private non-profit  7,836  7,559  6,653  6,509  7,182  96.5  84.9  83.1  91.7
Private for-profit  4,335  3,852  3,678  3,394  3,779  88.9  84.8  78.3  87.2
Local, county, or community govt.    738    718    674    653    687  97.3  91.3  88.5  93.1
State government    350    339    301    291    331  96.9  86.0  83.1  94.6
Federal government    341    311    277    315    322  91.2  81.2  92.4  94.4
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    206    203    185    190    204  98.5  89.8  92.2  99.0
Dept. of Defense     83     63     62     82     76  75.9  74.7  98.8  91.6
Indian Health Service     44     40     29     39     38  90.9  65.9  88.6  86.4
Other      8      5      1      4      4  62.5  12.5  50.0  50.0
Tribal government    305    293    238    262    268  96.1  78.0  85.9  87.9
Primary focus of facility      
Substance abuse treatment services  7,848  7,258  6,683  6,131  6,775  92.5  85.2  78.1  86.3
Mental health services    934    877    769    767    891  93.9  82.3  82.1  95.4
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 4,565  4,423  3,925  4,080  4,398  96.9  86.0  89.4  96.3
General health care    213    202    168    178    197  94.8  78.9  83.6  92.5
Other    345    312    276    268    308  90.4  80.0  77.7  89.3
1 Number of facilities sums to more than the Total column and percentages sum to more than 100 percent because a facility could treat more than one type of client substance abuse problem.
2 Of 14,311 facilities, 406 facilities (3 percent) did not respond to these questions; percentages are based on the remaining 13,905 facilities.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.4. Facility size, according to type of care offered, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: March 30, 2012
Median number of clients
Facility operation and primary focus   Median number of clients per facility1
All
facilities1
Type of care offered
Total out-
patient 
Outpatient Total
residen-
tial
Residential
 (non-hospital)
  Hospital inpatient
Regular Intensive Day
treatment
or partial
hospitali-
zation
Detox Methadone
maintenance
Short-
term
Long-
term
Detox Total
hospital
inpatient
Treat-
ment
Detox
Total  40 47 26 11  3  1 187 19 10 15  4 10  5  5
Facility operation      
Private non-profit 39 50 30 13  4  1 182 18  9 16  4  9  3  5
Private for-profit 40 40 20  9  2  1 203 20 10  9  3 15  8  6
Local, county, or community govt. 55 60 40 15  3  2 149 23 15 15  6  9  6  3
State government 46 65 43 14  8  1 216 25 20 20  2 24 20 10
Federal government 60 58 40 12  2  1  38 20 10 18 - -  4  2  3
Dept. of Veterans Affairs 98 90 61 15  1  1  46 20 11 15 - -  4  2  3
Dept. of Defense 29 30 26  4  6 - -   - -  1  1 - - - - 11 10  1
Indian Health Service 26 25 22  8  6 15   - - 22  2 22 - -  5 - -  5
Other 16  8  9  3  7  3   - - 25  9 32 - - 10 - - 10
Tribal government 30 32 24  8  5 - -  38 11  8  9 14 24 15 17
Primary focus of facility      
Substance abuse treatment services 45 56 25 12  3  1 219 20 10 16  4 14  8  9
Mental health services 21 23 20  8  4  1   - - 12  3 10  1  6  5  3
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
40 43 30 11  3  1   1 16  9 13  3 10  5  6
General health care 25 30 23 10  2  2   - - 25  5 24  5  4  1  3
Other 30 31 22 10 - -  3 103 16  8 15  2 10  9  4
1 Of 14,311 facilities, 944 facilities (7 percent) whose client counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to these questions. Of the remaining 13,367 facilities, 528 facilities (4 percent) that included client counts for other facilities were excluded from tabulations for this table, and thus, tabulations are based on 12,839 facilities that responded to this question for their facility alone. 
- -  Quantity is zero.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.5. Facility size in terms of number of clients, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: March 30, 2012
Number and percent distribution
Facility operation and primary focus   Number of facilities1   Percent distribution
Total Fewer
than 15
clients
15-29
clients
30-59
clients
60-119
clients
120
clients
or more
Total Fewer
than 15
clients
15-29
clients
30-59
clients
60-119
clients
120
clients
or more
Total  12,839 2,600 2,532 2,672 2,277 2,758 100.0  20.3  19.7  20.8  17.7  21.5
Facility operation    
Private non-profit  7,167 1,483 1,497 1,481 1,282 1,424 100.0  20.7  20.9  20.7  17.9  19.9
Private for-profit  4,079   864   739   853   688   935 100.0  21.2  18.1  20.9  16.9  22.9
Local, county, or community govt.    636    82   109   146   138   161 100.0  12.9  17.1  23.0  21.7  25.3
State government    348    44    71    78    65    90 100.0  12.6  20.4  22.4  18.7  25.9
Federal government    324    47    59    52    61   105 100.0  14.5  18.2  16.0  18.8  32.4
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    192    13    23    32    39    85 100.0   6.8  12.0  16.7  20.3  44.3
Dept. of Defense     79    15    25    10    13    16 100.0  19.0  31.6  12.7  16.5  20.3
Indian Health Service     45    15     9     8     9     4 100.0  33.3  20.0  17.8  20.0   8.9
Other      8     4     2     2     - -     - - 100.0  50.0  25.0  25.0      - -      - -
Tribal government    285    80    57    62    43    43 100.0  28.1  20.0  21.8  15.1  15.1
Primary focus of facility    
Substance abuse treatment services  7,363 1,309 1,481 1,460 1,330 1,783 100.0  17.8  20.1  19.8  18.1  24.2
Mental health services    860   345   159   166    91    99 100.0  40.1  18.5  19.3  10.6  11.5
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 4,087   786   793   952   772   784 100.0  19.2  19.4  23.3  18.9  19.2
General health care    199    75    29    32    27    36 100.0  37.7  14.6  16.1  13.6  18.1
Other    330    85    70    62    57    56 100.0  25.8  21.2  18.8  17.3  17.0
1 Of 14,311 facilities, 944 facilities (7 percent) whose client counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to these questions. Of the remaining 13,367 facilities, 528 facilities (4 percent) that included client counts for other facilities were excluded from tabulations for this table, and thus, tabulations are based on 12,839 facilities that responded to this question for their facility alone. 
- -  Quantity is zero.
NOTE: Percentages may not sum to 100 percent because of rounding.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.6. Facility outpatient operational capacity, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: March 2012
Number and percent distribution
Facility operation and primary focus Number of facilities Percent distribution
Total Over
120%
106 to
120%
95 to
105% 
80 to
94%
Under
80%
Total Over
120%
106 to
120%
95 to
105% 
80 to
94%
Under
80%
Total  10,574 159 568 3,818 3,628 2,401 100.0   1.5   5.4  36.1  34.3  22.7
Facility operation  
Private non-profit  5,360  90 370 2,192 1,782   926 100.0   1.7   6.9  40.9  33.2  17.3
Private for-profit  3,805   9  81 1,026 1,431 1,258 100.0   0.2   2.1  27.0  37.6  33.1
Local, county, or community govt.    591  19  47   254   184    87 100.0   3.2   8.0  43.0  31.1  14.7
State government    232  11  18   105    72    26 100.0   4.7   7.8  45.3  31.0  11.2
Federal government    312  21  35    141     77     38 100.0   6.7  11.2  45.2  24.7  12.2
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    187  15  25    91    45    11 100.0   8.0  13.4  48.7  24.1   5.9
Dept. of Defense     79   2   8    30    23    16 100.0   2.5  10.1  38.0  29.1  20.3
Indian Health Service     40   4   2    16     9     9 100.0  10.0   5.0  40.0  22.5  22.5
Other      6   - -   - -     4     - -     2 100.0      - -      - -  66.7      - -  33.3
Tribal government    274   9  17   100    82    66 100.0   3.3   6.2  36.5  29.9  24.1
Primary focus of facility    
Substance abuse treatment services  5,627  69 272 2,022 1,985 1,279 100.0   1.2   4.8  35.9  35.3  22.7
Mental health services    754   - -  33   298   219   204 100.0      - -   4.4  39.5  29.0  27.1
Mix of mental health and substance abuse 
   treatment services
 3,754  78 240 1,327 1,290   819 100.0   2.1   6.4  35.3  34.4  21.8
General health care    177   8   9    62    58    40 100.0   4.5   5.1  35.0  32.8  22.6
Other    262   4  14   109    76    59 100.0   1.5   5.3  41.6  29.0  22.5
- -  Quantity is zero.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.7. Facility capacity and utilization of residential (non-hospital) care, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: March 30, 2012
Number, utilization rate, and percent distribution
Facility operation and primary focus Designated
beds1
Overall
utilization
rate (%)2,3
Designated
beds per
facility2
Number of facilities Percent distribution
Total Utilization rate2 Total Utilization rate2
50% or
less
51-
90%
91-
100%
More
than 100%
50% or
less
51-
90%
91-
100%
More
than 100%
Total  107,888  95.6 33 3,083    247 1,068  1,466    302 100.0   8.0  34.6  47.6   9.8
Facility operation          
Private non-profit  82,252  96.8 33 2,361    182   825  1,139    215 100.0   7.7  34.9  48.2   9.1
Private for-profit  15,625  90.5 33   426     43   137    186     60 100.0  10.1  32.2  43.7  14.1
Local, county, or community govt.   3,179  86.1 36    83      8    31     36      8 100.0   9.6  37.3  43.4   9.6
State government   3,733  90.4 37   101      4    36     56      5 100.0   4.0  35.6  55.4   5.0
Federal government   2,341 104.1 29    75      4    24     36     11 100.0   5.3  32.0  48.0  14.7
Dept. of Veterans Affairs   1,947 104.2 30    64      2    24     29      9 100.0   3.1  37.5  45.3  14.1
Dept. of Defense     172   4.0 25     1      1     - -       - -       - - 100.0 100.0      - -      - -      - -
Indian Health Service     172 119.2 22     8      1     - -      5      2 100.0  12.5      - -  62.5  25.0
Other      50 100.0 25     2       - -     - -      2       - - 100.0      - -      - - 100.0      - -
Tribal government     758 112.1 20    37      6    15     13      3 100.0  16.2  40.5  35.1   8.1
Primary focus of facility          
Substance abuse treatment services  84,054  93.9 34 2,354    191   818  1,139    206 100.0   8.1  34.7  48.4   8.8
Mental health services     774  87.3 23    33      4    10     17      2 100.0  12.1  30.3  51.5   6.1
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 19,287  98.0 30   596     42   211    263     80 100.0   7.0  35.4  44.1  13.4
General health care     560  99.3 37    12       - -     4      7      1 100.0      - -  33.3  58.3   8.3
Other   3,213 127.0 35    88     10    25     40     13 100.0  11.4  28.4  45.5  14.8
1 Of the 3,566 facilities that reported offering residential (non-hospital) services, 174 facilities (5 percent) whose client counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to this question. Of the remaining 3,392 facilities, 111 facilities (3 percent) reported for themselves and other facilities. Therefore, the number of designated beds is based on the responses of 3,281 facilities.
2 Overall utilization rate and designated beds per facility are based on 3,083 facilities (101,515 designated beds and 97,082 clients) that reported both designated beds and clients. Of the 3,281 facilities that reported designated beds, 60 facilities (2 percent) were excluded from the utilization rate tabulations because they did not respond to the survey question (question 29d) concerning the number of designated beds, and 138 facilities (4 percent) were excluded because the number of designated beds was reported as zero.
3 Because substance abuse treatment clients may also occupy non-designated beds, utilization rates may be more than 100 percent.
- -  Quantity is zero.
NOTE: Percentages may not sum to 100 percent because of rounding.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012. 

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Table 4.8. Facility capacity and utilization of hospital inpatient care, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: March 30, 2012
Number, utilization rate, and percent distribution
Facility operation and primary focus Designated
beds1
Overall
utilization
rate (%)2,3
Designated
beds per
facility2
Number of facilities Percent distribution
Total Utilization rate2 Total Utilization rate2
50% or
less
51-
90%
91-
100%
More
than 100%
50% or less 51-
90%
91-
100%
More
than 100%
Total  11,280 111.1 23 475    103    154    140     78 100.0  21.7  32.4  29.5  16.4
Facility operation        
Private non-profit  5,648 101.2 21 263     65    101     73     24 100.0  24.7  38.4  27.8   9.1
Private for-profit  3,607 140.7 24 139     23     38     38     40 100.0  16.5  27.3  27.3  28.8
Local, county, or community govt.    579 102.7 21  27      6      5      9      7 100.0  22.2  18.5  33.3  25.9
State government  1,203  79.5 40  30      4      8     15      3 100.0  13.3  26.7  50.0  10.0
Federal government    241  83.3 14  15      5      2      5      3 100.0  33.3  13.3  33.3  20.0
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    184  90.1 14  11      4      2      2      3 100.0  36.4  18.2  18.2  27.3
Dept. of Defense     42  52.4 21   2      1       - -      1       - - 100.0  50.0      - -  50.0      - -
Indian Health Service      5 100.0  5   1       - -       - -      1       - - 100.0      - -      - - 100.0      - -
Other     10 100.0 10   1       - -       - -      1       - - 100.0      - -      - - 100.0      - -
Tribal government      2 2,000.0  2   1       - -       - -       - -      1 100.0      - -      - -      - - 100.0
Primary focus of facility        
Substance abuse treatment services  6,498  90.3 27 228     46     91     74     17 100.0  20.2  39.9  32.5   7.5
Mental health services    784 164.8 18  42      8     11      8     15 100.0  19.0  26.2  19.0  35.7
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 3,655 137.5 19 187     48     44     51     44 100.0  25.7  23.5  27.3  23.5
General health care    295  87.9 22  13      1      7      5       - - 100.0   7.7  53.8  38.5      - -
Other     48 116.7 10   5       - -      1      2      2 100.0      - -  20.0  40.0  40.0
1 Of the 780 facilities that reported offering hospital inpatient services, 28 facilities (4 percent) whose client counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to this question. Of the remaining 752 facilities, 21 facilities (3 percent) reported for themselves and other facilities. Therefore, the number of designated beds is based on the responses of 731 facilities.
2 Overall utilization rate and designated beds per facility are based on 475 facilities (10,787 designated beds and 11,983 clients) that reported both designated beds and clients for their facility only. Of the 731 facilities that reported designated beds, 56 facilities (8 percent) were excluded from the utilization rate tabulations because they did not respond to the survey question (question 28d) concerning the number of designated beds, and 200 facilities (27 percent) were excluded because the number of designated beds was reported as zero.
3 Because substance abuse treatment clients may also occupy non-designated beds, utilization rates may be more than 100 percent.
- -  Quantity is zero.
NOTE: Percentages may not sum to 100 percent because of rounding.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012. 

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Table 4.9. Services provided, by facility operation: 2012
Number and percent
  Facility operation
Services   Number of facilities   Percent
Total Private
non-
profit
Private
for-
profit
Local,
county, or
community
govt.
State
govt.
Federal
govt.
Tribal
govt.
Total Private
non-
profit
Private
for-
profit
Local,
county, or
community
govt.
State
govt.
Federal
govt.
Tribal
govt.
Total  14,311  8,054  4,450    758   363    364   322  
Assessment and pre-treatment services 14,088  7,895  4,411    745   352    363   322  98.4  98.0  99.1  98.3  97.0  99.7 100.0
Screening for substance abuse 13,565  7,532  4,311    716   330    358   318  94.8  93.5  96.9  94.5  90.9  98.4  98.8
Comprehensive substance abuse assessment
    or diagnosis
13,080  7,275  4,146    686   325    349   299  91.4  90.3  93.2  90.5  89.5  95.9  92.9
Screening for mental health disorders  9,788  5,651  2,732    596   263    303   243  68.4  70.2  61.4  78.6  72.5  83.2  75.5
Outreach to persons in community who may
    need treatment
 8,205  4,851  2,188    484   190    227   265  57.3  60.2  49.2  63.9  52.3  62.4  82.3
Screening for tobacco use  7,971  4,675  2,104    438   229    313   212  55.7  58.0  47.3  57.8  63.1  86.0  65.8
Comprehensive mental health assessment or
  diagnosis
 6,678  3,827  1,802    422   204    265   158  46.7  47.5  40.5  55.7  56.2  72.8  49.1
Interim services for clients when immediate
   admission is not possible
 6,427  3,730  1,604    442   164    265   222  44.9  46.3  36.0  58.3  45.2  72.8  68.9
Testing 12,556  7,172  3,794    673   337    332   248  87.7  89.0  85.3  88.8  92.8  91.2  77.0
Drug or alcohol urine screening 12,006  6,859  3,645    633   328    315   226  83.9  85.2  81.9  83.5  90.4  86.5  70.2
Breathalyzer or other blood alcohol testing  8,769  4,878  2,750    472   239    301   129  61.3  60.6  61.8  62.3  65.8  82.7  40.1
TB screening  5,172  2,823  1,456    296   219    249   129  36.1  35.1  32.7  39.1  60.3  68.4  40.1
HIV testing  3,995  2,383    819    239   184    264   106  27.9  29.6  18.4  31.5  50.7  72.5  32.9
Screening for Hepatitis C  3,409  1,800    899    201   146    260   103  23.8  22.3  20.2  26.5  40.2  71.4  32.0
Screening for Hepatitis B  3,189  1,654    845    187   141    259   103  22.3  20.5  19.0  24.7  38.8  71.2  32.0
STD testing  2,943  1,490    808    154   150    246    95  20.6  18.5  18.2  20.3  41.3  67.6  29.5
Pharmacotherapies  7,355  4,172  2,004    468   272    295   144  51.4  51.8  45.0  61.7  74.9  81.0  44.7
Medications for psychiatric disorders  5,429  3,307  1,094    412   236    278   102  37.9  41.1  24.6  54.4  65.0  76.4  31.7
Nicotine replacement  3,131  1,832    662    176   142    244    75  21.9  22.7  14.9  23.2  39.1  67.0  23.3
Buprenorphine1  2,930  1,501  1,032    110    87    165    35  20.5  18.6  23.2  14.5  24.0  45.3  10.9
Buprenorphine with naloxone (Suboxone)  2,815  1,439    989    103    85    164    35  19.7  17.9  22.2  13.6  23.4  45.1  10.9
Buprenorphine without naloxone   1,588    758    635     58    47     77    13  11.1   9.4  14.3   7.7  12.9  21.2   4.0
Campral  2,495  1,376    673    156    90    169    31  17.4  17.1  15.1  20.6  24.8  46.4   9.6
Naltrexone (oral)  2,578  1,341    743    130    92    230    42  18.0  16.7  16.7  17.2  25.3  63.2  13.0
Antabuse  2,371  1,181    681    147    93    218    51  16.6  14.7  15.3  19.4  25.6  59.9  15.8
Non-nicotine smoking/tobacco cessation
   medications
 2,293  1,232    561    123    90    227    60  16.0  15.3  12.6  16.2  24.8  62.4  18.6
Methadone  1,609    646    779     54    51     64    15  11.2   8.0  17.5   7.1  14.0  17.6   4.7
Vivitrol (injectable Naltrexone)  1,438    706    494     69    38    106    25  10.0   8.8  11.1   9.1  10.5  29.1   7.8
Transitional services 13,940  7,857  4,297    753   351    362   320  97.4  97.6  96.6  99.3  96.7  99.5  99.4
Discharge planning 13,522  7,714  4,121    726   341    327   293  94.5  95.8  92.6  95.8  93.9  89.8  91.0
Aftercare/continuing care  11,976  6,591  3,842    615   270    350   308  83.7  81.8  86.3  81.1  74.4  96.2  95.7
Ancillary services 14,218  8,018  4,399    755   360    364   322 99.4 99.6 98.9 99.6 99.2 100.0 100.0
Substance abuse education 13,776  7,759  4,259    735   349    357   317 96.3 96.3 95.7 97.0 96.1 98.1 98.4
Case management services 11,474  6,777  3,143    645   300    324   285 80.2 84.1 70.6 85.1 82.6 89.0 88.5
Social skills development 10,530  6,250  2,917    557   283    276   247 73.6 77.6 65.6 73.5 78.0 75.8 76.7
Mental health services  8,878  5,095  2,445    547   264    298   229 62.0 63.3 54.9 72.2 72.7 81.9 71.1
HIV or AIDS education, counseling, or support  8,300  5,055  2,099    479   270    221   176 58.0 62.8 47.2 63.2 74.4 60.7 54.7
Assistance with obtaining social services  8,108  5,350  1,579    537   244    186   212 56.7 66.4 35.5 70.8 67.2 51.1 65.8
Health education other than HIV/AIDS or   
    hepatitis
 7,632  4,625  1,877    425   245    269   191 53.3 57.4 42.2 56.1 67.5 73.9 59.3
Mentoring/peer support  7,406  4,553  1,901    360   214    212   166 51.8 56.5 42.7 47.5 59.0 58.2 51.6
Assistance in locating housing for clients  7,039  4,543  1,472    448   234    215   127 49.2 56.4 33.1 59.1 64.5 59.1 39.4
Self-help groups   6,677  4,105  1,660    298   213    207   194 46.7 51.0 37.3 39.3 58.7 56.9 60.2
Hepatitis education, counseling, or support  6,569  3,925  1,685    367   207    233   152 45.9 48.7 37.9 48.4 57.0 64.0 47.2
Transportation assistance to treatment  5,851  3,874    964    395   168    202   248 40.9 48.1 21.7 52.1 46.3 55.5 77.0
Domestic violence services  5,700  3,138  1,797    285   134    155   191 39.8 39.0 40.4 37.6 36.9 42.6 59.3
Smoking cessation counseling  5,583  3,310  1,380    317   177    267   132 39.0 41.1 31.0 41.8 48.8 73.4 41.0
Employment counseling or training for clients  5,338  3,490  1,142    260   170    180    96 37.3 43.3 25.7 34.3 46.8 49.5 29.8
Early intervention for HIV  3,823  2,391    808    240   145    150    89 26.7 29.7 18.2 31.7 39.9 41.2 27.6
Child care for clients' children  1,041    810     79     83    35      2    32 7.3 10.1 1.8 10.9 9.6 0.5 9.9
Acupuncture    628    288    211     46    28     32    23 4.4 3.6 4.7 6.1 7.7 8.8 7.1
Residential beds for clients' children    528    452     25     20    26      1     4 3.7 5.6 0.6 2.6 7.2 0.3 1.2
1 Buprenorphine total is not the sum of Buprenorphine with and without naloxone because a facility can provide either or both.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.10. Services provided, by primary focus of facility: 2012
Number and percent
  Primary focus of facility1
Services   Number of facilities   Percent
Total SA treatment services MH services Mix of
MH and SA
treatment
services
General health
care
Other Total SA treatment services MH services Mix of
MH and SA
treatment
services
General health
care
Other
Total  14,311  7,990    997  4,732    228    364  
Assessment and pre-treatment services 14,088  7,836    977  4,695    226    354  98.4  98.1  98.0  99.2  99.1  97.3
Screening for substance abuse 13,565  7,513    926  4,564    223    339  94.8  94.0  92.9  96.4  97.8  93.1
Comprehensive substance abuse assessment
    or diagnosis
13,080  7,256    829  4,505    198    292  91.4  90.8  83.1  95.2  86.8  80.2
Screening for mental health disorders  9,788  4,021    942  4,394    210    221  68.4  50.3  94.5  92.9  92.1  60.7
Outreach to persons in community who may need
   treatment
 8,205  4,411    489  2,938    156    211  57.3  55.2  49.0  62.1  68.4  58.0
Screening for tobacco use  7,971  4,316    510  2,735    198    212  55.7  54.0  51.2  57.8  86.8  58.2
Comprehensive mental health assessment or
  diagnosis
 6,678  1,815    859  3,693    179    132  46.7  22.7  86.2  78.0  78.5  36.3
Interim services for clients when immediate
   admission is not possible
 6,427  3,266    370  2,500    132    159  44.9  40.9  37.1  52.8  57.9  43.7
Testing 12,556  7,420    643  3,964    221    308  87.7  92.9  64.5  83.8  96.9  84.6
Drug or alcohol urine screening 12,006  7,186    598  3,738    201    283  83.9  89.9  60.0  79.0  88.2  77.7
Breathalyzer or other blood alcohol testing  8,769  5,451    307  2,653    143    215  61.3  68.2  30.8  56.1  62.7  59.1
TB screening  5,172  3,162    267  1,416    203    124  36.1  39.6  26.8  29.9  89.0  34.1
HIV testing  3,995  2,400    187  1,106    197    105  27.9  30.0  18.8  23.4  86.4  28.8
Screening for Hepatitis C  3,409  1,952    202    972    200     83  23.8  24.4  20.3  20.5  87.7  22.8
Screening for Hepatitis B  3,189  1,785    200    930    197     77  22.3  22.3  20.1  19.7  86.4  21.2
STD testing  2,943  1,692    163    830    195     63  20.6  21.2  16.3  17.5  85.5  17.3
Pharmacotherapies  7,355  3,449    724  2,837    200    145  51.4  43.2  72.6  60.0  87.7  39.8
Medications for psychiatric disorders  5,429  1,872    698  2,580    180     99  37.9  23.4  70.0  54.5  78.9  27.2
Nicotine replacement  3,131  1,532    275  1,096    162     66  21.9  19.2  27.6  23.2  71.1  18.1
Buprenorphine2  2,930  1,682    168    933     92     55  20.5  21.1  16.9  19.7  40.4  15.1
Buprenorphine with naloxone (Suboxone)  2,815  1,614    156    904     89     52  19.7  20.2  15.6  19.1  39.0  14.3
Buprenorphine without naloxone   1,588    882     99    534     46     27  11.1  11.0   9.9  11.3  20.2   7.4
Naltrexone (oral)  2,578  1,105    215  1,115    102     41  18.0  13.8  21.6  23.6  44.7  11.3
Campral  2,495  1,028    231  1,121     75     40  17.4  12.9  23.2  23.7  32.9  11.0
Antabuse  2,371    960    208  1,067     99     37  16.6  12.0  20.9  22.5  43.4  10.2
Non-nicotine smoking/tobacco cessation
   medications
 2,293    955    204    934    141     59  16.0  12.0  20.5  19.7  61.8  16.2
Methadone  1,609  1,232     49    268     31     29  11.2  15.4   4.9   5.7  13.6   8.0
Vivitrol(injectable Naltrexone)  1,438    656    110    589     55     28  10.0   8.2  11.0  12.4  24.1   7.7
Total  14,311  7,990    997  4,732    228    364  
Transitional services 13,940  7,803    937  4,634    221    345  97.4  97.7  94.0  97.9  96.9  94.8
Discharge planning 13,522  7,661    871  4,466    193    331  94.5  95.9  87.4  94.4  84.6  90.9
Aftercare/continuing care  11,976  6,674    728  4,078    201    295  83.7  83.5  73.0  86.2  88.2  81.0
Ancillary services 14,218  7,932    992  4,706    227    361  99.4  99.3  99.5  99.5  99.6  99.2
Substance abuse education 13,776  7,791    873  4,567    212    333  96.3  97.5  87.6  96.5  93.0  91.5
Case management services 11,474  6,471    733  3,777    186    307  80.2  81.0  73.5  79.8  81.6  84.3
Social skills development 10,530  5,754    718  3,663    137    258  73.6  72.0  72.0  77.4  60.1  70.9
Mental health services  8,878  3,048    979  4,459    202    190  62.0  38.1  98.2  94.2  88.6  52.2
HIV or AIDS education, counseling, or support  8,300  5,094    364  2,473    168    201  58.0  63.8  36.5  52.3  73.7  55.2
Assistance with obtaining social services  8,108  4,282    582  2,837    182    225  56.7  53.6  58.4  60.0  79.8  61.8
Health education other than HIV/AIDS or hepatitis  7,632  4,508    376  2,338    195    215  53.3  56.4  37.7  49.4  85.5  59.1
Mentoring/peer support  7,406  4,340    387  2,354    111    214  51.8  54.3  38.8  49.7  48.7  58.8
Assistance in locating housing for clients  7,039  3,852    484  2,361    133    209  49.2  48.2  48.5  49.9  58.3  57.4
Self-help groups  6,677  4,246    269  1,873    111    178  46.7  53.1  27.0  39.6  48.7  48.9
Hepatitis education, counseling, or support  6,569  4,072    256  1,916    169    156  45.9  51.0  25.7  40.5  74.1  42.9
Transportation assistance to treatment  5,851  3,196    344  2,018    124    169  40.9  40.0  34.5  42.6  54.4  46.4
Domestic violence services  5,700  2,526    435  2,455    123    161  39.8  31.6  43.6  51.9  53.9  44.2
Smoking cessation counseling  5,583  3,057    309  1,886    175    156  39.0  38.3  31.0  39.9  76.8  42.9
Employment counseling or training for clients  5,338  3,010    309  1,759     93    167  37.3  37.7  31.0  37.2  40.8  45.9
Early intervention for HIV  3,823  2,348    138  1,107    115    115  26.7  29.4  13.8  23.4  50.4  31.6
Child care for clients' children  1,041    655     21    318     14     33   7.3   8.2   2.1   6.7   6.1   9.1
Acupuncture    628    358     19    212     27     12   4.4   4.5   1.9   4.5  11.8   3.3
Residential beds for clients' children    528    383      8    108      4     25   3.7   4.8   0.8   2.3   1.8   6.9
1 SA = Substance abuse; MH = Mental health.
2 Buprenorphine total is not the sum of Buprenorphine with and without naloxone because a facility can provide either or both.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.11. Clinical/therapeutic approaches, by frequency of use: 2012
Number and percent distribution
Clinical/therapeutic approaches Number of facilities Percent distribution
Total Frequency of use Total Frequency of use
Always
or often
Some-
times
Rarely  Never1 Not
familiar
with this
approach
Always
or often
Some-
times
Rarely  Never1 Not
familiar
with this
approach
Substance abuse counseling 14,311 13,371   608    55    184    93 100.0  93.4   4.2   0.4   1.3   0.6
Relapse prevention 14,311 11,995 1,410   194    445   267 100.0  83.8   9.9   1.4   3.1   1.9
Cognitive-behavioral therapy 14,311 10,046 3,025   362    772   106 100.0  70.2  21.1   2.5   5.4   0.7
Motivational interviewing 14,311  9,010 3,495   769    863   174 100.0  63.0  24.4   5.4   6.0   1.2
12-step facilitation 14,311  7,205 3,469 1,434  2,132    71 100.0  50.3  24.2  10.0  14.9   0.5
Anger management 14,311  5,527 6,129 1,470  1,125    60 100.0  38.6  42.8  10.3   7.9   0.4
Brief intervention 14,311  5,331 6,134 1,574  1,122   150 100.0  37.3  42.9  11.0   7.8   1.0
Trauma-related counseling 14,311  4,045 5,963 2,446  1,749   108 100.0  28.3  41.7  17.1  12.2   0.8
Contingency
    management/motivational
    incentives
14,311  3,833 4,381 2,622  2,920   555 100.0  26.8  30.6  18.3  20.4   3.9
Matrix model 14,311  2,645 2,926 2,384  4,421 1,935 100.0  18.5  20.4  16.7  30.9  13.5
Rational emotive behavioral
    therapy
14,311  2,396 4,226 2,955  4,173   561 100.0  16.7  29.5  20.6  29.2   3.9
Computerized substance abuse
    treatment
14,311    733 1,202 2,260  9,569   547 100.0   5.1   8.4  15.8  66.9   3.8
Community reinforcement
    plus vouchers
14,311    639 1,265 1,997  9,102 1,308 100.0   4.5   8.8  14.0  63.6   9.1
Other treatment approaches 14,311  1,372   574   146 12,219       ‡ 100.0   9.6   4.0   1.0  85.4       ‡
1 Records for which there was not a valid response are included in the category Never.
‡ No facilities in this category.
NOTE: Percentages may not sum to 100 percent because of rounding.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.12a. Facilities offering special programs or groups for specific client types, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: 2012
Number
Facility operation and primary focus   Number of facilities1
Total Any
prog-
ram or
group
Client type
Clients
with co-
occurring
disorders
Adult
women
DUI/DWI
clients
Adoles-
cents
Adult
men
Crimi-
nal
justice
clients
Persons
who have
experi-
enced
trauma
Preg-
nant or
post-
partum
women
Persons
with HIV
or AIDS
Vete-
rans
Seniors or
older
adults
LG-
BTQ2
Active
duty
mili-
tary
Mem-
bers of
military
fam-
ilies
Other
Total  14,311 11,764 5,288 4,470 4,107 4,008 3,550 3,352 3,103 1,784 1,077 1,060   952 845 623 541 1,938
Facility operation    
Private non-profit  8,054  6,599 3,019 2,644 1,813 2,310 2,131 1,829 1,822   977   675   436   469 459 228 233 1,012
Private for-profit  4,450  3,644 1,490 1,199 1,874 1,166   980 1,088   809   582   296   341   381 317 268 243   665
Local, county, or community govt.    758    614   326   312   214   264   207   232   164   123    40    24    27  16   9  12    85
State government    363    319   184   148    72   102   110   109    81    61    33    18    25  23  14  13    50
Federal government    364    332   169    74    41    28    44    31   152     9    16   220    24  12  92  28    37
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    215    211   122    41    18     - -    17    14   125     1     7   202    16   4  17  11    20
Dept. of Defense     89     76    20    18    16     1    12     1    14     1     3     9     1   - -  70  11     3
Indian Health Service     50     39    23    11     6    27    12    12     9     5     4     7     6   7   4   4    13
Other     10      6     4     4     1     - -     3     4     4     2     2     2     1   1   1   2     1
Tribal government    322    256   100    93    93   138    78    63    75    32    17    21    26  18  12  12    89
Primary focus of facility    
Substance abuse treatment
   services
 7,990  6,534 2,208 2,774 2,181 1,962 2,274 1,809 1,508 1,158   612   473   453 423 283 222 1,025
Mental health services    997    701   443   106   145   266    83   124   166    42    31    40    48  22  21  24    82
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 4,732  4,070 2,420 1,407 1,648 1,664 1,063 1,272 1,276   515   367   440   403 347 287 259   719
General health care    228    160    89    54    28    38    35    41    67    15    31    62    19  22  14  15    31
Other    364    299   128   129   105    78    95   106    86    54    36    45    29  31  18  21    81
1 Number of facilities sums to more than the Total column because a facility could offer special programs or groups for more than one client type.
2 LGBTQ = Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning.
- -  Quantity is zero.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.12b. Facilities offering special programs or groups for specific client types, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: 2012
Percent
Facility operation and primary focus   Percent1
Number
of
facilities
Any
prog-
ram or
group
Client type
Clients
with co-
occurring
disorders
Adult
women
DUI/DWI
clients
Adoles-
cents
Adult
men
Crimi-
nal
justice
clients
Persons
who have
experi-
enced
trauma
Preg-
nant or
post-
partum
women
Persons
with HIV
or AIDS
Vete-
rans
Seniors or
older
adults
LG-
BTQ2
Active
duty
mili-
tary
Mem-
bers of
military
fam-
ilies
Other
Total  14,311  82.2  37.0  31.2  28.7  28.0  24.8  23.4  21.7  12.5   7.5   7.4   6.7   5.9   4.4   3.8  13.5
Facility operation  
Private non-profit  8,054  81.9  37.5  32.8  22.5  28.7  26.5  22.7  22.6  12.1   8.4   5.4   5.8   5.7   2.8   2.9  12.6
Private for-profit  4,450  81.9  33.5  26.9  42.1  26.2  22.0  24.4  18.2  13.1   6.7   7.7   8.6   7.1   6.0   5.5  14.9
Local, county, or community govt.    758  81.0  43.0  41.2  28.2  34.8  27.3  30.6  21.6  16.2   5.3   3.2   3.6   2.1   1.2   1.6  11.2
State government    363  87.9  50.7  40.8  19.8  28.1  30.3  30.0  22.3  16.8   9.1   5.0   6.9   6.3   3.9   3.6  13.8
Federal government    364  91.2  46.4  20.3  11.3   7.7  12.1   8.5  41.8   2.5   4.4  60.4   6.6   3.3  25.3   7.7  10.2
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    215  98.1  56.7  19.1   8.4      - -   7.9   6.5  58.1   0.5   3.3  94.0   7.4   1.9   7.9   5.1   9.3
Dept. of Defense     89  85.4  22.5  20.2  18.0   1.1  13.5   1.1  15.7   1.1   3.4  10.1   1.1      - -  78.7  12.4   3.4
Indian Health Service     50  78.0  46.0  22.0  12.0  54.0  24.0  24.0  18.0  10.0   8.0  14.0  12.0  14.0   8.0   8.0  26.0
Other     10  60.0  40.0  40.0  10.0      - -  30.0  40.0  40.0  20.0  20.0  20.0  10.0  10.0  10.0  20.0  10.0
Tribal government    322  79.5  31.1  28.9  28.9  42.9  24.2  19.6  23.3   9.9   5.3   6.5   8.1   5.6   3.7   3.7  27.6
Primary focus of facility  
Substance abuse treatment
   services
 7,990  81.8  27.6  34.7  27.3  24.6  28.5  22.6  18.9  14.5   7.7   5.9   5.7   5.3   3.5   2.8  12.8
Mental health services    997  70.3  44.4  10.6  14.5  26.7   8.3  12.4  16.6   4.2   3.1   4.0   4.8   2.2   2.1   2.4   8.2
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 4,732  86.0  51.1  29.7  34.8  35.2  22.5  26.9  27.0  10.9   7.8   9.3   8.5   7.3   6.1   5.5  15.2
General health care    228  70.2  39.0  23.7  12.3  16.7  15.4  18.0  29.4   6.6  13.6  27.2   8.3   9.6   6.1   6.6  13.6
Other    364  82.1  35.2  35.4  28.8  21.4  26.1  29.1  23.6  14.8   9.9  12.4   8.0   8.5   4.9   5.8  22.3
1 Percentages sum to more than 100 percent because a facility could offer special programs or groups for more than one client type.
2  LGBTQ = Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning.
- -  Quantity is zero.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.13a. Facilities offering services in sign language for the hearing impaired and in languages other than English,
by facility operation and primary focus of facility: 2012
Number
Facility operation and primary focus   Number of facilities
Total Sign
language
Any
language
other than
English
Language services provided by: Languages provided by staff counselor1
Staff
counselor
only
On-call
interpreter
only2
Both staff
counselor
and on-call
interpreter
Spanish American
Indian/Alaska
Native
language
Other
Total  14,311  3,994  5,863  2,428  2,033  1,402  3,598    167  1,033
Facility operation          
Private non-profit  8,054  2,704  3,635  1,408  1,376    851  2,175     62    569
Private for-profit  4,450    647  1,470    806    340    324  1,066     17    366
Local, county, or community govt.    758    397    428     87    194    147    226      1     63
State government    363    156    175     54     80     41     91      2     21
Federal government    364     50     73     30     28     15     26     21      9
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    215     36     37      8     23      6     14      1      5
Dept. of Defense     89      8     10      2      3      5      7       - -      3
Indian Health Service     50      5     24     19      1      4      4     20       - -
Other     10      1      2      1      1       - -      1       - -      1
Tribal government    322     40     82     43     15     24     14     64      5
Primary focus of facility          
Substance abuse treatment services  7,990  1,862  3,099  1,542    872    685  2,116     67    572
Mental health services    997    364    398     95    212     91    170      3     63
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 4,732  1,636  2,162    718    877    567  1,192     88    354
General health care    228     45     79     25     32     22     41      5     13
Other    364     87    125     48     40     37     79      4     31
1 Number of facilities based on facilities where languages services are provided by staff counselors only and by both staff counselors and on-call interpreters.
2  Facilities that offered services in any language other than English but did not have a valid response to language provider were classified as providing services by an on-call interpreter only.
- - Quantity is zero.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.13b. Facilities offering services in sign language for the hearing impaired and in languages other than English,
by facility operation and primary focus of facility: 2012
Percent
Facility operation and primary focus Number of
facilities
Percent
Sign
language
Any
language
other than
English
Language services provided by: Languages provided by staff counselor1
Total Staff
counselor
only
On-call
interpreter
only2
Both staff
counselor
and on-call
interpreter
Spanish American
Indian/Alaska
Native
language
Other
Total  14,311  27.9  41.0 100.0  41.4  34.7  23.9  93.9   4.4  27.0
Facility operation          
Private non-profit  8,054  33.6  45.1 100.0  38.7  37.9  23.4  96.3   2.7  25.2
Private for-profit  4,450  14.5  33.0 100.0  54.8  23.1  22.0  94.3   1.5  32.4
Local, county, or community govt.    758  52.4  56.5 100.0  20.3  45.3  34.3  96.6   0.4  26.9
State government    363  43.0  48.2 100.0  30.9  45.7  23.4  95.8   2.1  22.1
Federal government    364  13.7  20.1 100.0  41.1  38.4  20.5  57.8  46.7  20.0
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    215  16.7  17.2 100.0  21.6  62.2  16.2 100.0   7.1  35.7
Dept. of Defense     89   9.0  11.2 100.0  20.0  30.0  50.0 100.0      - -  42.9
Indian Health Service     50  10.0  48.0 100.0  79.2   4.2  16.7  17.4  87.0      - -
Other     10  10.0  20.0 100.0  50.0  50.0      - - 100.0      - - 100.0
Tribal government    322  12.4  25.5 100.0  52.4  18.3  29.3  20.9  95.5   7.5
Primary focus of facility          
Substance abuse treatment services  7,990  23.3  38.8 100.0  49.8  28.1  22.1  95.0   3.0  25.7
Mental health services    997  36.5  39.9 100.0  23.9  53.3  22.9  91.4   1.6  33.9
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 4,732  34.6  45.7 100.0  33.2  40.6  26.2  92.8   6.8  27.5
General health care    228  19.7  34.6 100.0  31.6  40.5  27.8  87.2  10.6  27.7
Other    364  23.9  34.3 100.0  38.4  32.0  29.6  92.9   4.7  36.5
1 Percentage of facilities based on facilities where languages services are provided by staff counselors only and by both staff counselors and on-call interpreters.
2  Facilities that offered services in any language other than English but did not have a valid response to language provider were classified as providing services by an on-call interpreter only.
- - Quantity is zero.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.14. Facilities detoxifying clients, by substance, facility operation, and primary focus of facility: 2012
Number and percent
Facility operation and primary focus Number of facilities1   Percent1
Total2 Detoxication from: Routine
use of
medica-
tions
during
detox
Detoxication from: Routine
use of
medica-
tions
during
detox
Opioids Al-
cohol
Benzo-
diaze-
pines
Cocaine Meth-
amphet-
amines
Other
sub-
stances
Opioids Al-
cohol
Benzo-
diaze-
pines
Cocaine Meth-
amphet-
amines
Other
sub-
stances
Total   2,660  2,195  1,740  1,546  1,386  1,374    366  2,054  82.5  65.4  58.1  52.1  51.7  13.8  77.2
Facility operation        
Private non-profit  1,270  1,022    918    799    714    712    176    917  80.5  72.3  62.9  56.2  56.1  13.9  72.2
Private for-profit  1,054    925    562    523    478    471    136    886  87.8  53.3  49.6  45.4  44.7  12.9  84.1
Local, county, or community
   govt.
   103     84     84     72     66     66     20     79  81.6  81.6  69.9  64.1  64.1  19.4  76.7
State government     64     50     44     40     39     37     15     42  78.1  68.8  62.5  60.9  57.8  23.4  65.6
Federal government    138    104    122    107     85     81     18    122  75.4  88.4  77.5  61.6  58.7  13.0  88.4
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    120     95    110     98     78     74     17    113  79.2  91.7  81.7  65.0  61.7  14.2  94.2
Dept. of Defense     12      6      9      7      5      5       - -      5  50.0  75.0  58.3  41.7  41.7      - -  41.7
Indian Health Service      3      1      1      1      1      1      1      1  33.3  33.3  33.3  33.3  33.3  33.3  33.3
Other      3      2      2      1      1      1       - -      3  66.7  66.7  33.3  33.3  33.3      - - 100.0
Tribal government     31     10     10      5      4      7      1      8  32.3  32.3  16.1  12.9  22.6   3.2  25.8
Primary focus of facility        
Substance abuse treatment
   services
 1,618  1,383    937    814    775    762    206  1,231  85.5  57.9  50.3  47.9  47.1  12.7  76.1
Mental health services    155    122    134    127     97    100     16    133  78.7  86.5  81.9  62.6  64.5  10.3  85.8
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
   753    588    568    522    439    442    118    586  78.1  75.4  69.3  58.3  58.7  15.7  77.8
General health care     73     51     62     51     40     37      9     64  69.9  84.9  69.9  54.8  50.7  12.3  87.7
Other     61     51     39     32     35     33     17     40  83.6  63.9  52.5  57.4  54.1  27.9  65.6
1 Number of facilities sums to more than the Total column and percentages sum to more than 100 percent because a facility could provide detoxification for more than one substance. 
2 Of 14,311 facilities, 2,660 facilities (19 percent) offered detoxification services.
- -  Quantity is zero.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.15. Facilities with client outreach, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: 2012
Number and percent
Facility operation and primary focus   Has website Outreach to persons who may need treatment
Total number of
facilities
Number of
facilities
Percent Number of
facilities
Percent
Total  14,311 11,220  78.4  8,205  57.3
Facility operation          
Private non-profit  8,054  6,865  85.2  4,851  60.2
Private for-profit  4,450  3,247  73.0  2,188  49.2
Local, county, or community government    758    533  70.3    484  63.9
State government    363    242  66.7    190  52.3
Federal government    364    187  51.4    227  62.4
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    215    123  57.2    135  62.8
Dept. of Defense     89     38  42.7     45  50.6
Indian Health Service     50     21  42.0     40  80.0
Other     10      5  50.0      7  70.0
Tribal government    322    146  45.3    265  82.3
Primary focus of facility          
Substance abuse treatment services  7,990  6,313  79.0  4,411  55.2
Mental health services    997    707  70.9    489  49.0
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 4,732  3,797  80.2  2,938  62.1
General health care    228    141  61.8    156  68.4
Other    364    262  72.0    211  58.0
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.16a. Facility licensing, certification, or accreditation, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: 2012
Number
Facility operation and primary focus     Number of facilities1
Total Any listed
agency/
organization
Licensing, certification, or accreditation organization
State
substance
abuse
agency
State mental
health
department
State
department
of health
Hospital
licensing
authority
Joint
Commis-
sion2
CARF2 NCQA2 COA2 Other State/
local agency/
organization
Total  14,311 13,574 11,623  5,470  6,162  1,016  2,672  3,330 423 735 996
Facility operation  
Private non-profit  8,054  7,753  6,817  3,277  3,674    582  1,559  2,048 270 532 476
Private for-profit  4,450  4,167  3,649  1,577  1,937    239    611    918  91 145 347
Local, county, or community govt.    758    739    669    352    245     60    104    144  20  16  38
State government    363    341    279    165    183     44     78     83  15  19  30
Federal government    364    332     47     26     25     77    299    104  22  19  27
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    215    210     18     12     11     47    210     95  16  14   8
Dept. of Defense     89     81     11      5      2     22     73      2   2   1   9
Indian Health Service     50     32     13      6      8      6     12      4   1   4   9
Other     10      9      5      3      4      2      4      3   3   - -   1
Tribal government    322    242    162     73     98     14     21     33   5   4  78
Primary focus of facility  
Substance abuse treatment services  7,990  7,690  6,948  1,874  3,479    381  1,255  1,954 172 314 532
Mental health services    997    910    564    657    338    141    298    224  33  90  50
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 4,732  4,467  3,759  2,778  2,124    436    977  1,067 190 308 351
General health care    228    195    105     60     86     45    113     25  12   7  21
Other    364    312    247    101    135     13     29     60  16  16  42
1 Number of facilities sums to more than the Total column because a facility could report more than one licensing, certification, or accreditation organization.
2 Joint Commission was formerly JCAHO (Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations); CARF was formerly Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities; NCQA = National Committee for Quality Assurance; COA = Council on Accreditation.
- -  Quantity is zero.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.16b. Facility licensing, certification, or accreditation, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: 2012
Percent
Facility operation and primary focus     Percent1
Number
of
facilities
Any listed
agency/
organization
Licensing, certification, or accreditation organization
State
substance
abuse
agency
State mental
health
department
State
department
of health
Hospital
licensing
authority
Joint
Commis-
sion2
CARF2 NCQA2 COA2 Other State/
local agency/
organization
Total  14,311  94.9  81.2  38.2  43.1   7.1  18.7  23.3   3.0   5.1   7.0
Facility operation    
Private non-profit  8,054  96.3  84.6  40.7  45.6   7.2  19.4  25.4   3.4   6.6   5.9
Private for-profit  4,450  93.6  82.0  35.4  43.5   5.4  13.7  20.6   2.0   3.3   7.8
Local, county, or community govt.    758  97.5  88.3  46.4  32.3   7.9  13.7  19.0   2.6   2.1   5.0
State government    363  93.9  76.9  45.5  50.4  12.1  21.5  22.9   4.1   5.2   8.3
Federal government    364  91.2  12.9   7.1   6.9  21.2  82.1  28.6   6.0   5.2   7.4
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    215  97.7   8.4   5.6   5.1  21.9  97.7  44.2   7.4   6.5   3.7
Dept. of Defense     89  91.0  12.4   5.6   2.2  24.7  82.0   2.2   2.2   1.1  10.1
Indian Health Service     50  64.0  26.0  12.0  16.0  12.0  24.0   8.0   2.0   8.0  18.0
Other     10  90.0  50.0  30.0  40.0  20.0  40.0  30.0  30.0   - -  10.0
Tribal government    322  75.2  50.3  22.7  30.4   4.3   6.5  10.2   1.6   1.2  24.2
Primary focus of facility    
Substance abuse treatment services  7,990  96.2  87.0  23.5  43.5   4.8  15.7  24.5   2.2   3.9   6.7
Mental health services    997  91.3  56.6  65.9  33.9  14.1  29.9  22.5   3.3   9.0   5.0
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 4,732  94.4  79.4  58.7  44.9   9.2  20.6  22.5   4.0   6.5   7.4
General health care    228  85.5  46.1  26.3  37.7  19.7  49.6  11.0   5.3   3.1   9.2
Other    364  85.7  67.9  27.7  37.1   3.6   8.0  16.5   4.4   4.4  11.5
1 Percentages sum to more than 100 percent because a facility could report more than one licensing, certification, or accreditation organization.
2 Joint Commission was formerly JCAHO (Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations); CARF was formerly Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities; NCQA = National Committee for Quality Assurance; COA = Council on Accreditation.
- -  Quantity is zero.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.17a. Facility licensing, certification, or accreditation, by type of care offered: 2012
Number
Type of care offered     Number of facilities1
Total2 Any listed
agency/
organization
Facility licensing, certification, or accreditation organization
State
substance
abuse
agency
State mental
health
department
State
department
of health
Hospital
licensing
authority
Joint
Commis-
sion3
CARF3 NCQA3 COA3 Other State/
local agency/
organization
Total 14,311 13,574 11,623  5,470  6,162  1,016  2,672  3,330 423 735    996
Outpatient 11,650 11,084  9,506  4,691  4,812    775  2,151  2,742 331 597    795
Regular 10,858 10,304  8,895  4,394  4,384    629  1,813  2,462 302 565    752
Intensive   6,427  6,248  5,392  2,620  2,883    564  1,382  1,413 230 310    412
Detoxification  1,367  1,295  1,058    459    643    156    399    574  84 105    125
Day treatment/partial hospitalization  1,762  1,726  1,408    770    895    310    616    453  91  83     93
Methadone maintenance  1,316  1,291  1,136    424    729     99    336    819  50  98    116
Residential (non-hospital)  3,566  3,366  2,915  1,065  1,724    154    619    919  85 168    254
Detoxification    894    869    752    320    457     51    218    310  21  28     59
Short-term treatment (30 days or fewer)  1,804  1,748  1,501    589    937    112    452    556  46  69    121
Long-term treatment (more than 30 days)  2,932  2,753  2,405    860  1,396     99    422    701  71 155    214
Hospital inpatient    780    752    443    343    529    436    598    129  81  47     56
Detoxification    686    661    373    306    463    399    537    121  75  42     51
Treatment    578    561    335    261    409    350    452     81  66  36     37
1 Number of facilities sums to more than the Total column because a facility could report more than one licensing, certification, or accreditation organization.
2 Number of facilities sums to more than the total because a facility could offer more than one type of care.
3 Joint Commission was formerly JACHO (Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations); CARF was formerly Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities; NCQA = National Committee for Quality Assurance; COA = Council on Accreditation.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.17b. Facility licensing, certification, or accreditation, by type of care offered: 2012
Percent
Type of care offered     Percent1
Number
of
facilities2
Any listed
agency/
organization
Facility licensing, certification, or accreditation organization
State
substance
abuse
agency
State mental
health
department
State
department
of health
Hospital
licensing
authority
Joint
Commis-
sion3
CARF3 NCQA3 COA3 Other State/
local agency/
organization
Total  14,311  94.9  81.2  38.2  43.1   7.1  18.7  23.3   3.0   5.1   7.0
Outpatient 11,650  95.1  81.6  40.3  41.3   6.7  18.5  23.5   2.8   5.1   6.8
Regular 10,858  94.9  81.9  40.5  40.4   5.8  16.7  22.7   2.8   5.2   6.9
Intensive   6,427  97.2  83.9  40.8  44.9   8.8  21.5  22.0   3.6   4.8   6.4
Detoxification  1,367  94.7  77.4  33.6  47.0  11.4  29.2  42.0   6.1   7.7   9.1
Day treatment/partial hospitalization  1,762  98.0  79.9  43.7  50.8  17.6  35.0  25.7   5.2   4.7   5.3
Methadone maintenance  1,316  98.1  86.3  32.2  55.4   7.5  25.5  62.2   3.8   7.4   8.8
Residential (non-hospital)  3,566  94.4  81.7  29.9  48.3   4.3  17.4  25.8   2.4   4.7   7.1
Detoxification    894  97.2  84.1  35.8  51.1   5.7  24.4  34.7   2.3   3.1   6.6
Short-term treatment (30 days or fewer)  1,804  96.9  83.2  32.6  51.9   6.2  25.1  30.8   2.5   3.8   6.7
Long-term treatment (more than 30 days)  2,932  93.9  82.0  29.3  47.6   3.4  14.4  23.9   2.4   5.3   7.3
Hospital inpatient    780  96.4  56.8  44.0  67.8  55.9  76.7  16.5  10.4   6.0   7.2
Detoxification    686  96.4  54.4  44.6  67.5  58.2  78.3  17.6  10.9   6.1   7.4
Treatment    578  97.1  58.0  45.2  70.8  60.6  78.2  14.0  11.4   6.2   6.4
1 Percentages sum to more than 100 percent because a facility could report more than one licensing, certification, or accreditation organization.
2 Number of facilities sums to more than the total because a facility could offer more than one type of care.
3 Joint Commission was formerly JACHO (Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations); CARF was formerly Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities; NCQA = National Committee for Quality Assurance; COA = Council on Accreditation.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.18a. Facilities employing specific practices as part of their standard operating procedures, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: 2012
Number
Facility operation and primary focus   Number of facilities1
Total Required
continuing
education
for staff
Regularly
scheduled
case review
with supervisor
Periodic client
satisfaction
surveys
conducted
by facility
Periodic
drug testing
of clients
Periodic
utilization
review
Case review
by appointed
quality review
committee
Outcome
follow-up
after discharge
Total  14,311 14,038 13,644 13,224 12,257 12,391 10,460  9,881
Facility operation    
Private non-profit  8,054  7,910  7,832  7,647  6,960  7,273  6,275  5,737
Private for-profit  4,450  4,348  4,102  3,922  3,781  3,593  2,886  2,971
Local, county, or community govt.    758    749    735    725    638    690    547    437
State government    363    355    348    341    328    330    303    237
Federal government    364    360    329    337    318    298    267    270
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    215    212    185    205    208    179    154    165
Dept. of Defense     89     89     89     81     77     72     69     61
Indian Health Service     50     49     45     43     26     39     36     37
Other     10     10     10      8      7      8      8      7
Tribal government    322    316    298    252    232    207    182    229
Primary focus of facility    
Substance abuse treatment services  7,990  7,848  7,740  7,392  7,371  6,865  5,886  5,852
Mental health services    997    968    883    921    570    900    700    501
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 4,732  4,649  4,496  4,386  3,849  4,157  3,495  3,137
General health care    228    223    193    207    174    180    143    146
Other    364    350    332    318    293    289    236    245
1 Number of facilities sums to more than the Total column because a facility could employ more than one of the practices specified.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.18b. Facilities employing specific practices as part of their standard operating procedures, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: 2012
Percent
Facility operation and primary focus Number of facilities Percent1
Required
continuing
education
for staff
Regularly
scheduled
case review
with supervisor
Periodic client
satisfaction
surveys
conducted
by facility
Periodic
drug testing
of clients
Periodic
utilization
review
Case review
by appointed
quality review
committee
Outcome
follow-up
after discharge
Total  14,311  98.1  95.3  92.4  85.6  86.6  73.1  69.0
Facility operation    
Private non-profit  8,054  98.2  97.2  94.9  86.4  90.3  77.9  71.2
Private for-profit  4,450  97.7  92.2  88.1  85.0  80.7  64.9  66.8
Local, county, or community govt.    758  98.8  97.0  95.6  84.2  91.0  72.2  57.7
State government    363  97.8  95.9  93.9  90.4  90.9  83.5  65.3
Federal government    364  98.9  90.4  92.6  87.4  81.9  73.4  74.2
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    215  98.6  86.0  95.3  96.7  83.3  71.6  76.7
Dept. of Defense     89 100.0 100.0  91.0  86.5  80.9  77.5  68.5
Indian Health Service     50  98.0  90.0  86.0  52.0  78.0  72.0  74.0
Other     10 100.0 100.0  80.0  70.0  80.0  80.0  70.0
Tribal government    322  98.1  92.5  78.3  72.0  64.3  56.5  71.1
Primary focus of facility    
Substance abuse treatment services  7,990  98.2  96.9  92.5  92.3  85.9  73.7  73.2
Mental health services    997  97.1  88.6  92.4  57.2  90.3  70.2  50.3
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 4,732  98.2  95.0  92.7  81.3  87.8  73.9  66.3
General health care    228  97.8  84.6  90.8  76.3  78.9  62.7  64.0
Other    364  96.2  91.2  87.4  80.5  79.4  64.8  67.3
1 Percentages sum to more than 100 percent because a facility could employ more than one of the practices specified.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.19a. Types of client payments accepted by facility, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: 2012
Number
Facility operation and primary focus   Number of facilities1    
Total Type of payment accepted Sliding
fee
scale
Treatment
at no
charge for
clients who
cannot pay
Cash or
self-
payment
Private
health
insurance
Medicare Medicaid State
financed
health
insurance
Federal
military
insurance
No
payment
accepted
Access to
Recovery
(ATR)
vouchers2
IHS/638
contract
care
funds
Other
Total  14,311 12,820 9,306 4,757 8,347 5,791 4,783 454 1,886 662 671 8,810 7,107
Facility operation    
Private non-profit  8,054  7,182  5,281  2,985  5,487  3,634  2,680    329  1,282 258 389  5,602  4,851
Private for-profit  4,450  4,371  2,867    993  1,728  1,354  1,279      4    411 108 205  2,185    947
Local, county, or community govt.    758    689    508    361    580    396    310     32     57  17  35    620    489
State government    363    296    242    167    256    193    152     33     46  19  14    250    270
Federal government    364    148    231     99     92     67    258     32     16  34   6     64    279
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    215    134    184     74     58     44    180      5      8   1   1     52    191
Dept. of Defense     89      2     13      1     - -      2     59     21        - -     - -   2      1     37
Indian Health Service     50      7     29     23     32     21     16      4      7  33   3      7     44
Other     10      5      5      1      2        - -      3      2      1     - -   - -      4      7
Tribal government    322    134    177    152    204    147    104     24     74 226  22     89    271
Primary focus of facility    
Substance abuse treatment services  7,990  7,166  4,446  1,513  3,977  2,648  1,637    324  1,059 280 389  4,687  3,878
Mental health services    997    896    806    653    799    515    572      9     62  25  37    610    449
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 4,732  4,312  3,694  2,368  3,255  2,407  2,353     85    695 292 206  3,212  2,421
General health care    228    158    186    136    151    101    141      4     23  43   6    110    172
Other    364    288    174     87    165    120     80     32     47  22  33    191    187
1 Number of facilities sums to more than the Total column because a facility could accept more than one payment option.
2 Available only in AK, AR, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, FL, HI, IA, ID, IL, IN, LA, MA, MD, MI, MO, MT, NH, NJ, NM, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SD, TN, TX, UT, WA, WI, and WY. See table 6.19a for number of facilities accepting ATRs by State.
- -  Quantity is zero.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.19b. Types of client payments accepted by facility, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: 2012
Percent
Facility operation and primary focus No. of
facilities
Percent1    
Type of payment accepted Sliding
fee
scale
Treatment
at no
charge for
clients who
cannot pay
Cash or
self-
payment
Private
health
insurance
Medicare Medicaid State
financed
health
insurance
Federal
military
insurance
No
payment
accepted
Access to
Recovery
(ATR)
vouchers2
IHS/638
contract
care
funds
Other
Total  14,311  89.6  65.0  33.2  58.3  40.5  33.4   3.2  13.2   4.6   4.7  61.6  49.7
Facility operation      
Private non-profit  8,054  89.2  65.6  37.1  68.1  45.1  33.3   4.1  15.9   3.2   4.8  69.6  60.2
Private for-profit  4,450  98.2  64.4  22.3  38.8  30.4  28.7   0.1   9.2   2.4   4.6  49.1  21.3
Local, county, or community govt.    758  90.9  67.0  47.6  76.5  52.2  40.9   4.2   7.5   2.2   4.6  81.8  64.5
State government    363  81.5  66.7  46.0  70.5  53.2  41.9   9.1  12.7   5.2   3.9  68.9  74.4
Federal government    364  40.7  63.5  27.2  25.3  18.4  70.9   8.8   4.4   9.3   1.6  17.6  76.6
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    215  62.3  85.6  34.4  27.0  20.5  83.7   2.3   3.7   0.5   0.5  24.2  88.8
Dept. of Defense     89   2.2  14.6   1.1      - -   2.2  66.3  23.6      - -      - -   2.2   1.1  41.6
Indian Health Service     50  14.0  58.0  46.0  64.0  42.0  32.0   8.0  14.0  66.0   6.0  14.0  88.0
Other     10  50.0  50.0  10.0  20.0      - -  30.0  20.0  10.0      - -      - -  40.0  70.0
Tribal government    322  41.6  55.0  47.2  63.4  45.7  32.3   7.5  23.0  70.2   6.8  27.6  84.2
Primary focus of facility      
Substance abuse treatment services  7,990  89.7  55.6  18.9  49.8  33.1  20.5   4.1  13.3   3.5   4.9  58.7  48.5
Mental health services    997  89.9  80.8  65.5  80.1  51.7  57.4   0.9   6.2   2.5   3.7  61.2  45.0
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
 4,732  91.1  78.1  50.0  68.8  50.9  49.7   1.8  14.7   6.2   4.4  67.9  51.2
General health care    228  69.3  81.6  59.6  66.2  44.3  61.8   1.8  10.1  18.9   2.6  48.2  75.4
Other    364  79.1  47.8  23.9  45.3  33.0  22.0   8.8  12.9   6.0   9.1  52.5  51.4
1 Percentages sum to more than 100 percent because a facility could accept more than one payment option.
2 Available only in AK, AR, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, FL, HI, IA, ID, IL, IN, LA, MA, MD, MI, MO, MT, NH, NJ, NM, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SD, TN, TX, UT, WA, WI, and WY. See table 6.19a for number of facilities accepting ATRs by State.
- -  Quantity is zero.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.20. Facility funding, by facility operation and primary focus of facility: 2012
Number and percent
Facility operation and primary focus   Receives public funds for substance abuse
treatment programs
Total
number of
facilities
Number of facilities Percent
Total  14,311  8,286  57.9
Facility operation      
Private non-profit  8,054  5,923  73.5
Private for-profit  4,450    911  20.5
Local, county, or community government    758    658  86.8
State government    363    294  81.0
Federal government    364    242  66.5
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    215    162  75.3
Dept. of Defense     89     32  36.0
Indian Health Service     50     41  82.0
Other     10      7  70.0
Tribal government    322    258  80.1
Primary focus of facility      
Substance abuse treatment services  7,990  4,703  58.9
Mental health services    997    423  42.4
Mix of mental health and substance abuse treatment services  4,732  2,822  59.6
General health care    228    144  63.2
Other    364    194  53.3
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.21. Facilities with Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs) and clients receiving medication-assisted opioid therapy at OTPs and other facilities,
by facility operation and primary focus of facility: March 30, 2012
Number and percent distribution 
Facility operation and primary focus Facilities with OTPs1 No. of clients receiving medication-assisted opioid therapy Percent
distribution
of
methadone
clients
Percent
distribution
of all
buprenor-
phine
clients
Number Percent
distribution
Facilities with OTPs1 Other
facilities
Total
buprenor-
phine
Total Methadone2 Buprenor-
phine
Buprenor-
phine
Total  1,167 100.0 313,921 306,512   7,409 31,814 39,223 100.0 100.0
Facility operation          
Private non-profit   383  32.8 105,862 103,327   2,535  12,689 15,224  33.7  38.8
Private for-profit   670  57.4 186,281 182,896   3,385  15,142 18,527  59.7  47.2
Local, county, or community govt.    42   3.6   8,542   8,376     166   1,097  1,263   2.7   3.2
State government    25   2.1   7,638   7,411     227     529    756   2.4   1.9
Federal government    39   3.3   4,456   3,477     979   2,212  3,191   1.1   8.1
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    38   3.3   4,449   3,470     979   2,173  3,152   1.1   8.0
Dept. of Defense     - -      - -        - -        - -        - -      16     16      - -      *
Indian Health Service     - -      - -        - -        - -        - -       8      8      - -      *
Other     1   0.1       7       7        - -      15     15      *      *
Tribal government     8   0.7   1,142   1,025     117     145    262   0.3   0.7
Primary focus of facility          
Substance abuse treatment services 1,025  87.8 286,376 280,870   5,506  17,050 22,556  91.6  57.5
Mental health services     6   0.5   1,396   1,232     164   1,534  1,698   0.4   4.3
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
  106   9.1  20,059  18,499   1,560  11,383 12,943   6.0  33.0
General health care    12   1.0   1,821   1,698     123   1,211  1,334   0.6   3.4
Other    18   1.5   4,269   4,213      56     636    692   1.4   1.8
1 Facilities that have Opioid Treatment Programs certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
2 The total number of methadone clients in facilities with OTPs is a subset of all methadone clients and will not equal the total number of methadone clients found on Table 3.2.
*  Less than 0.05 percent.
 - -  Quantity is zero.
NOTE: Percentages may not sum to 100 percent because of rounding.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.22a. Type of care offered in facilities with Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs), by facility operation and primary focus of facility: 2012
Number
Facility operation and primary focus   Number of facilities with OTPs1,2
Total Type of care offered
Any out-
patient
Outpatient Any
residen-
tial
Residential
(non-hospital)
Any
hospital
inpatient
Hospital
inpatient
Regular Intensive Day
treatment
or partial
hospitali-
zation
Detox Methadone
maintenance
Short-
term
Long-
term
Detox Treat-
ment
Detox
Total  1,167 1,109   813   310    73   597 1,079    81    63    50    36    85    66    82
Facility operation      
Private non-profit   383   345   264   130    32   144   336    40    27    29    19    39    27    38
Private for-profit   670   657   459   116    24   402   641    18    16    13     8    16    13    15
Local, county, or community govt.    42    39    28    15     2    11    37     2     2     - -     1     5     5     5
State government    25    22    20    13     4     8    20     2     2     - -     - -     6     6     6
Federal government    39    38    35    32    11    30    37    17    16     6     8    19    15    18
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    38    38    35    32    11    30    37    17    16     6     8    18    14    17
Dept. of Defense       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡
Indian Health Service       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡
Other     1     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     1     1     1
Tribal government     8     8     7     4     - -     2     8     2     - -     2     - -     - -     - -     - -
Primary focus of facility      
Substance abuse treatment services 1,025   978   696   237    34   529   958    56    41    35    22    48    33    46
Mental health services     6     5     5     4     4     4     5     - -     - -     - -     - -     4     4     3
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
  106    98    90    62    30    51    88    21    18    13    12    28    25    28
General health care    12    10    10     4     4     6    10     3     3     2     2     5     4     5
Other    18    18    12     3     1     7    18     1     1     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -
1 Facilities that have Opioid Treatment Programs certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
2 Number of facilities sum to more than the Total column because a facility could provide more than one type of care.
- -  Quantity is zero.
‡  No facilities in this category.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.22b. Type of care offered in facilities with Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs), by facility operation and primary focus of facility: 2012
Percent
Facility operation and primary focus Number
of
facilities
Percent of facilities with OTPs1,2
Type of care offered
Any out-
patient
Outpatient Total
residen-
tial
Residential
(non-hospital)
Total
hospital
inpatient
Hospital
inpatient
Regular Intensive Day
treatment
or partial
hospitali-
zation
Detox Methadone
maintenance
Short-
term
Long-
term
Detox Treat-
ment
Detox
Total  1,167  95.0  69.7  26.6   6.3  51.2  92.5   6.9   5.4   4.3   3.1   7.3   5.7   7.0
Facility operation      
Private non-profit   383  90.1  68.9  33.9   8.4  37.6  87.7  10.4   7.0   7.6   5.0  10.2   7.0   9.9
Private for-profit   670  98.1  68.5  17.3   3.6  60.0  95.7   2.7   2.4   1.9   1.2   2.4   1.9   2.2
Local, county, or community govt.    42  92.9  66.7  35.7   4.8  26.2  88.1   4.8   4.8      - -   2.4  11.9  11.9  11.9
State government    25  88.0  80.0  52.0  16.0  32.0  80.0   8.0   8.0      - -      - -  24.0  24.0  24.0
Federal government    39  97.4  89.7  82.1  28.2  76.9  94.9  43.6  41.0  15.4  20.5  48.7  38.5  46.2
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    38 100.0  92.1  84.2  28.9  78.9  97.4  44.7  42.1  15.8  21.1  47.4  36.8  44.7
Dept. of Defense       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡
Indian Health Service       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡
Other     1      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - - 100.0 100.0 100.0
Tribal government     8 100.0  87.5  50.0      - -  25.0 100.0  25.0      - -  25.0      - -      - -      - -      - -
Primary focus of facility        
Substance abuse treatment services 1,025  95.4  67.9  23.1   3.3  51.6  93.5   5.5   4.0   3.4   2.1   4.7   3.2   4.5
Mental health services     6  83.3  83.3  66.7  66.7  66.7  83.3      - -      - -      - -      - -  66.7  66.7  50.0
Mix of mental health and substance
    abuse treatment services
  106  92.5  84.9  58.5  28.3  48.1  83.0  19.8  17.0  12.3  11.3  26.4  23.6  26.4
General health care    12  83.3  83.3  33.3  33.3  50.0  83.3  25.0  25.0  16.7  16.7  41.7  33.3  41.7
Other    18 100.0  66.7  16.7   5.6  38.9 100.0   5.6   5.6      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
1 Facilities that have Opioid Treatment Programs certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
2 Percentages sum to more than 100 percent because a facility could provide more than one type of care.
- -  Quantity is zero.
‡  No facilities in this category.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.23a. Facility licensing, certification, or accreditation of facilities with Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs), by type of care offered: 2012
Number
Type of care offered     Number of facilities with OTPs1,2
Total3 Any listed
agency/
organization
Licensing, certification, or accreditation organization
State
substance
abuse
agency
State
mental
health
department
State
department
of health
Hospital
licensing
authority
Joint
Commis-
sion4
CARF4 NCQA4 COA4 Other State/
local agency/
organization
Total 1,167  1,163  1,041 335    676  86 318 799 38 81 104
Outpatient 1,109  1,105    993 318    636  67 280 777 31 76  99
Regular   813    810    738 251    461  52 199 580 25 64  73
Intensive    310    309    266 121    183  41 106 214 16 22  23
Detoxification   597    596    540 171    305  26 132 433 18 60  61
Day treatment/partial hospitalization    73     72     56  26     41  21  43  39  4  2   6
Methadone maintenance  1,079  1,076    971 314    617  58 263 765 31 76  97
Residential (non-hospital)    81     81     56  20     40  11  45  49  2  3   5
Detoxification    36     36     26   9     15   5  19  25  1 - -   2
Short-term treatment (30 days or fewer)    63     63     41  17     30  11  40  35  1  2   5
Long-term treatment (more than 30 days)    50     50     40  14     27   5  23  32  1  2   2
Hospital inpatient    85     84     54  28     51  43  75  27  9  6  10
Detoxification    82     81     52  27     49  42  73  25  9  6  10
Treatment    66     66     41  24     38  36  59  21  7  5   9
1 Facilities that have Opioid Treatment Programs certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
2 Number of facilities sums to more than the Total column because a facility could report more than one licensing, certification, or accreditation organization.
3 Number of facilities sums to more than the total because a facility could offer more than one type of care.
4 Joint Commission was formerly JCAHO (Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations); CARF was formerly Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities; NCQA = National Committee for Quality Assurance; COA = Council on Accreditation.
- -  Quantity is zero.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2012.

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Table 4.23b. Facility licensing, certification, or accreditation of facilities with Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs), by type of care offered: 2012
Percent
Type of care offered Number
of
facilities3
  Percent of facilities with OTPs1,2
Any listed
agency/
organization
Licensing, certification, or accreditation organization
State
substance
abuse
agency
State
mental
health
department
State
department
of health
Hospital
licensing
authority
Joint
Commis-
sion4
CARF