Table 1.1. N-SSATS facilities, by status and mode of response: 2013
  Number Percent
Total facilities in survey 18,048 100.0
Closed/ineligible  2,552  14.1
Eligible 15,496  85.9
Total eligible 15,496 100.0
Non-respondents    866   5.6
Respondents 14,630  94.4
Excluded from report    313   2.0
Roll-ups1    169   1.1
Included in report 14,148  91.3
Mode of Response 14,148 100.0
Internet 12,348  87.3
Mail  1,456  10.3
Telephone    344   2.4
     
1 Facilities for which client counts were reported by another facility, and no facility information was received from the facility itself.
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), 2013.
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Table 2.1. Facility turnover: 2003-20131
Number and percent distribution
Facility status Number of facilities
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Total  13,623 13,454 13,371 13,771 13,648 13,688 13,513 13,339 13,720 14,311 14,148
Responded to both current and prior year's surveys 11,730 11,954 11,979 12,057 12,226 12,146 12,065 11,882 11,943 12,230 12,711
New in survey year  1,893  1,500  1,392  1,714  1,422  1,542  1,448  1,457  1,777  2,081  1,437
                     
Closed/non-respondents since previous survey year  1,990  1,669  1,475  1,314  1,545  1,502  1,623  1,631  1,396  1,490  1,600
  Percent distribution
Total     100.0    100.0    100.0    100.0    100.0    100.0    100.0    100.0    100.0    100.0    100.0
Responded to both current and prior year's surveys     86.1     88.9     89.6     87.6     89.6     88.7     89.3     89.1     87.0     85.5     89.8
New in survey year     13.9     11.1     10.4     12.4     10.4     11.3     10.7     10.9     13.0     14.5     10.2
Closed/non-respondents since previous survey year     14.6     12.3     11.0      9.8     11.2     11.0     12.0     12.2     10.2     10.4     11.3
1 Survey reference dates were March 31, 2003-2006, March 30, 2007, March 31, 2008-2011, March 30, 2012, and March 29, 2013. 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), 2003-2013. 
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Table 2.2. Facility operation: 2003-20131
Number and percent distribution
Facility operation  Number of facilities Percent distribution
2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013
Total  13,623 13,371 13,648 13,513 13,720 14,148 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
Private non-profit  8,258  7,912  7,907  7,826 7,869 7,820  60.6  59.2  57.9  57.9  57.4  55.3
Private for-profit  3,403  3,571  3,906  3,959 4,194 4,575  25.0  26.7  28.6  29.3  30.6  32.3
Local, county, or community govt.    979    947    887    795    742    739   7.2   7.1   6.5   5.9   5.4   5.2
State government    475    453    431    401    351    351   3.5   3.4   3.2   3.0   2.6   2.5
Federal government    339    318    328    341    348    370   2.5   2.4   2.4   2.5   2.5   2.6
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    196    186    183    210    225    228   1.4   1.4   1.3   1.6   1.6   1.6
Dept. of Defense    102     93     94     91     89     88   0.7   0.7   0.7   0.7   0.6   0.6
Indian Health Service     34     35     42     38     30     42   0.2   0.3   0.3   0.3   0.2   0.3
Other      7      4      9      2      4     12   0.1      *   0.1      *      *   0.1
Tribal government    169    170    189    191    216    293   1.2   1.3   1.4   1.4   1.6   2.1
1 Survey reference dates were March 31, 2003-2005, March 30, 2007,  March 31, 2009-2011, and March 29, 2013. 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), 2003-2013.
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Table 2.3. Facilities, by type of care offered, and facilities with Opioid Treatment Programs: 2003-20131
Number and percent
Type of care offered and facilities with
Opioid Treatment Programs
Number of facilities Percent
2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013
Total  13,623 13,371 13,648 13,513 13,720 14,148  
Type of care offered  
Outpatient 10,893 10,807 11,078 10,905 11,101 11,542  80.0  80.8  81.2  80.7  80.9  81.6
Regular  9,967  9,690 10,099 10,050 10,295 10,771  73.2  72.5  74.0  74.4  75.0  76.1
Intensive   5,902  5,698  6,055  5,991  6,089  6,363  43.3  42.6  44.4  44.3  44.4  45.0
Detoxification  1,501  1,455  1,445  1,296  1,294  1,362  11.0  10.9  10.6   9.6   9.4   9.6
Day treatment/partial hospitalization  2,156  1,859  2,000  1,726  1,702  1,742  15.8  13.9  14.7  12.8  12.4  12.3
Methadone/buprenorphine maintenance or
   Vivitrol® treatment  
   955  1,225  1,433  1,620  1,223  1,848   7.0   9.2  10.5  12.0   8.9  13.1
Residential (non-hospital)  3,793  3,678  3,716  3,520  3,524  3,450  27.8  27.5  27.2  26.0  25.7  24.4
Detoxification    957    905    996    879    890    861   7.0   6.8   7.3   6.5   6.5   6.1
Short-term treatment (30 days or fewer)  1,596  1,579  1,722  1,671  1,779  1,736  11.7  11.8  12.6  12.4  13.0  12.3
Long-term treatment (more than 30 days)  3,142  3,034  2,995  2,861  2,881  2,858  23.1  22.7  21.9  21.2  21.0  20.2
Hospital inpatient  1,013    986  1,000    797    740    753   7.4   7.4   7.3   5.9   5.4   5.3
Detoxification    900    834    884    713    658    660   6.6   6.2   6.5   5.3   4.8   4.7
Treatment    662    653    665    555    548    547   4.9   4.9   4.9   4.1   4.0   3.9
Facilities with Opioid Treatment Programs2                        
Total   1,067  1,069  1,108  1,239  1,189  1,282  
Outpatient    972    979  1,034  1,121  1,111  1,177  91.1  91.6  93.3  90.5  93.4  91.8
Regular    663    614    690    758    764    885  62.1  57.4  62.3  61.2  64.3  69.0
Intensive     236    261    304    310    315    346  22.1  24.4  27.4  25.0  26.5  27.0
Detoxification    629    625    566    602    584     619  59.0  58.5  51.1  48.6  49.1   6.2
Day treatment/partial hospitalization    113     98     99    100     72    80  10.6   9.2   8.9   8.1   6.1  48.3
Methadone/buprenorphine maintenance or
   Vivitrol® treatment  
   903    927    999  1,051  1,059  1,121  84.6  86.7  90.2  84.8  89.1  87.4
Residential (non-hospital)    110     96     95    126     90     98  10.3   9.0   8.6  10.2   7.6   7.6
Detoxification     76     64     58     69     48     47   7.1   6.0   5.2   5.6   4.0   5.7
Short-term treatment (30 days or fewer)     73     63     62     96     74     73   6.8   5.9   5.6   7.7   6.2   4.2
Long-term treatment (more than 30 days)     55     40     48     65     50     54   5.2   3.7   4.3   5.2   4.2   3.7
Hospital inpatient    124    115    111    144    100    108  11.6  10.8  10.0  11.6   8.4   8.4
Detoxification    121    109    107    135     97     98  11.3  10.2   9.7  10.9   8.2   6.2
Treatment     72     65     76    101     77     79   6.7   6.1   6.9   8.2   6.5   7.6
1 Survey reference dates were March 31, 2003-2005, March 30, 2007, March 31, 2009-2011, and March 29, 2013. 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), 2003-2013.
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Table 3.1. Clients in treatment, by facility operation: 2003-20131
Number and percent distribution
Facility operation  Number of clients Percent distribution
2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013
Total  1,092,546 1,081,049 1,135,425 1,182,077 1,224,127 1,249,629 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
Private non-profit   615,410   595,633   619,954   630,579   646,904   638,858  56.3  55.1  54.6  53.3  52.8  51.1
Private for-profit   282,161   302,595   338,031   375,256   395,577   430,362  25.8  28.0  29.8  31.7  32.3  34.4
Local, county, or community govt.   101,826    95,667    85,953    75,126    73,338    72,949   9.3   8.8   7.6   6.4   6.0   5.8
State government    45,649    42,431    41,813    42,761    40,303    35,812   4.2   3.9   3.7   3.6   3.3   2.9
Federal government    37,155    36,194    38,088    46,282    47,742    53,695   3.4   3.3   3.4   3.9   3.9   4.3
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    28,386    28,842    27,611    37,381    37,321    44,180   2.6   2.7   2.4   3.2   3.0   3.5
Dept. of Defense     6,020     5,771     7,009     6,877     8,487     6,685   0.6   0.5   0.6   0.6   0.7   0.5
Indian Health Service     2,331     1,458     3,098     1,982     1,838     1,368   0.2   0.1   0.3   0.2   0.2   0.1
Other       418       123       370        42        96     1,462      *      *      *      *      *   0.1
Tribal government    10,345     8,529    11,586    12,073    20,263    17,953   0.9   0.8   1.0   1.0   1.7   1.4
1 Survey reference dates were March 31, 2003-2005, March 30, 2007, March 31, 2009-2011, and March 29, 2013. 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), 2003-2013.
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Table 3.2. Clients in treatment, by type of care received, and clients receiving methadone, buprenorphine, or Vivitrol®: 2003-20131
Number and percent distribution
Type of care received and clients receiving
methadone, buprenorphine, or Vivitrol®
Number of clients Percent distribution
2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013
Total  1,092,546 1,081,049 1,135,425 1,182,077 1,224,127 1,249,629 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
Type of care received    
Outpatient   968,719   961,805 1,016,913 1,064,562 1,095,897 1,127,235  88.7  89.0  89.6  90.1  89.5  90.2
Regular   587,975   569,272   595,459   598,282   617,715   603,315  53.8  52.7  52.4  50.6  50.5  48.3
Intensive    128,127   125,573   132,977   147,132   141,964   147,162  11.7  11.6  11.7  12.4  11.6  11.8
Detoxification    11,770    13,474    12,705    10,786    13,450    13,839   1.1   1.2   1.1   0.9   1.1   1.1
Day treatment/partial hospitalization    27,728    24,928    22,297    23,822    23,338    22,828   2.5   2.3   2.0   2.0   1.9   1.8
Methadone/buprenorphine maintenance or 
  Vivitrol®
  213,119   228,558   253,475   284,540   299,430   340,091  19.5  21.1  22.3  24.1  24.5  27.2
Residential (non-hospital)   108,592   104,015   103,709   103,174   112,827   107,727   9.9   9.6   9.1   8.7   9.2   8.6
Detoxification     9,061     7,306     7,536     6,067     9,326    10,244   0.8   0.7   0.7   0.5   0.8   0.8
Short-term treatment (30 days or fewer)    22,926    23,360    24,171    25,807    29,164    27,184   2.1   2.2   2.1   2.2   2.4   2.2
Long-term treatment (more than 30 days)    76,605    73,349    72,002    71,300    74,337    70,299   7.0   6.8   6.3   6.0   6.1   5.6
Hospital inpatient    15,235    15,229    14,803    14,341    15,403    14,667   1.4   1.4   1.3   1.2   1.3   1.2
Detoxification     7,067     6,381     6,319     6,427     6,179     5,768   0.6   0.6   0.6   0.5   0.5   0.5
Treatment     8,168     8,848     8,484     7,914     9,224     8,899   0.7   0.8   0.7   0.7   0.8   0.7
Clients receiving methadone, buprenorphine, or Vivitrol® treatment     
Total    227,003   240,935   266,031   308,781   340,456   382,237  20.8  22.3  23.4  26.1  27.8  30.6
Clients receiving methadone in OTP facilities   227,003   235,836   262,684   284,608   306,440 330,308  20.8  21.8  23.1  24.1  25.0  26.4
Clients receiving buprenorphine2,3 N/A     5,099     3,347    24,173    32,676    48,148 N/A   0.5   0.3   2.0   2.7   3.9
Clients receiving Vivitrol® 2 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A     3,781   N/A   N/A   N/A   N/A   N/A   0.3
1 Survey reference dates were March 31, 2003-2005, March 30, 2007, March 31, 2009-2011, and March 29, 2013. See Appendix A for changes in the survey base, methods, and instruments that affect analysis of trends over time.
2 Clients receiving buprenorphine or Vivitrol® only includes those clients who were in substance abuse treatment facilities and does not include those receiving the medications from private physicians not affiliated with a substance abuse treatment facility.
3 For 2007, only buprenorphine clients reported by OTP facilities are included. 
N/A - Not applicable.
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), 2003-2013.
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Table 3.3. Clients in treatment, by substance abuse problem and diagnosed co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders: 2003-20131
Number and percent distribution
Substance abuse problem and diagnosed co-
occurring mental and substance abuse disorders
Number of clients Percent distribution
2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013
Total2 1,092,546 1,081,049 1,135,425 1,182,077 1,224,127 1,249,629          
Substance abuse problem  
Clients with both alcohol and drug abuse   508,300   500,234   509,919   517,887   535,258   534,078  46.5  46.3  44.9  43.8  43.7  42.7
Clients with drug abuse only   356,363   366,640   412,400   441,128   464,406   491,903  32.6  33.9  36.3  37.3  37.9  39.4
Clients with alcohol abuse only   219,453   199,986   211,094   220,373   221,632   216,856  20.1  18.5  18.6  18.6  18.1  17.4
Not reported     8,430    14,189     2,011     2,690     2,832     6,792   0.8   1.3   0.2   0.2   0.2   0.5
Diagnosed co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders N/A N/A   416,260   456,567   506,162   563,071 N/A N/A  36.7  38.6  41.3  45.1
1 Survey reference dates were March 31, 2003-2005, March 30, 2007, March 31, 2009-2011, and March 29, 2013. 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 2003, 8,430 clients reported by 217 facilities; in 2005, 14,189 clients reported by 306 facilities; in 2007, 2,011 clients reported by 223 facilities; in 2009, 2,690 clients reported by 152 facilities; in 2011, 2,832 clients reported by 188 facilities; and in 2013, 6,792 clients reported by 257 facilities).
N/A - Not applicable
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), 2003-2013.
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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 specifically
tailored programs or groups for adolescents: 2003-20131
Number and percent distribution
Type of care received and clients under age 18
in facilities offering specifically tailored programs
or groups for adolescents
Number of clients under age 182 Percent distribution
2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013
Total 92,251 87,611 85,518 84,326 82,532 78,156 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
Type of care received    
Outpatient 80,945 76,240 74,500 74,623 71,687 69,184  87.7  87.0  87.1  88.5  86.9  88.5
Residential (non-hospital) 10,357 10,313 10,134  8,947  9,738  8,071  11.2  11.8  11.9  10.6  11.8  10.3
Hospital inpatient    949  1,058    884    756  1,107    901   1.0   1.2   1.0   0.9   1.3   1.2
Clients under age 18 in facilities offering specifically tailored programs or groups for adolescents 78,330 73,731 70,275 68,448 65,918 65,276  84.9  84.2  82.2  81.2  79.9  83.5
1 Survey reference dates were March 31, 2003-2005, March 30, 2007, March 31, 2009-2011, and March 29, 2013. 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 2003, 4,493 total clients reported by 51 facilities; in 2005, 9,324 total clients reported by 81 facilities; in 2007, 550 total clients reported by 34 facilities; in 2009, 346 total clients reported by 5 facilities; in 2011, 1,417 total clients reported by 9 facilities; and in 2013, 2,520 clients reported by 19 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), 2003-2013.
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Table 4.1. Type of care offered, by facility operation: 2013
Number and percent 
Facility operation 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/
buprenorphine
maintenance
or Vivitrol®
treatment
Short-
term
Long-
term
Detox Treat-
ment
Detox
Number of facilities1
Total  14,148 11,542 10,771  6,363  1,742 1,362  1,848 3,450 1,736 2,858 861 753 547 660
Private non-profit  7,820  5,817  5,500  3,328    920   413    671 2,590 1,152 2,199 545 389 263 339
Private for-profit  4,575  4,199  3,803  2,270    623   752    914   515   389   422 234 216 182 197
Local, county, or community govt.    739    661    632    308     72    39     75    97    48    61  37  37  28  36
State government    351    237    221    127     37    23     40   107    51    79  20  47  45  28
Federal government    370    353    344    190     71   122    127    98    75    63  22  59  25  58
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    228    220    214    147     52   113    117    86    70    53  22  56  23  55
Dept. of Defense     88     86     85     27     11     6      5     3     2     2   - -   1   1   1
Indian Health Service     42     35     33     14      5     1      1     9     3     8   - -   1   - -   1
Other     12     12     12      2      3     2      4     - -     - -     - -   - -   1   1   1
Tribal government    293    275    271    140     19    13     21    43    21    34   3   5   4   2
Percent 
Total  100.0  81.6  76.1  45.0  12.3   9.6  13.1  24.4  12.3  20.2   6.1   5.3   3.9   4.7
Private non-profit  55.3  74.4  70.3  42.6  11.8   5.3   8.6  33.1  14.7  28.1   7.0   5.0   3.4   4.3
Private for-profit  32.3  91.8  83.1  49.6  13.6  16.4  20.0  11.3   8.5   9.2   5.1   4.7   4.0   4.3
Local, county, or community govt.   5.2  89.4  85.5  41.7   9.7   5.3  10.1  13.1   6.5   8.3   5.0   5.0   3.8   4.9
State government   2.5  67.5  63.0  36.2  10.5   6.6  11.4  30.5  14.5  22.5   5.7  13.4  12.8   8.0
Federal government   2.6  95.4  93.0  51.4  19.2  33.0  34.3  26.5  20.3  17.0   5.9  15.9   6.8  15.7
Dept. of Veterans Affairs   1.6  96.5  93.9  64.5  22.8  49.6  51.3  37.7  30.7  23.2   9.6  24.6  10.1  24.1
Dept. of Defense   0.6  97.7  96.6  30.7  12.5   6.8   5.7   3.4   2.3   2.3      - -   1.1   1.1   1.1
Indian Health Service   0.3  83.3  78.6  33.3  11.9   2.4   2.4  21.4   7.1  19.0      - -   2.4      - -   2.4
Other   0.1 100.0 100.0  16.7  25.0  16.7  33.3      - -      - -      - -      - -   8.3   8.3   8.3
Tribal government   2.1  93.9  92.5  47.8   6.5   4.4   7.2  14.7   7.2  11.6   1.0   1.7   1.4   0.7
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), 2013.
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Table 4.2. Type of client substance abuse problem treated and treatment of clients with diagnosed co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders,
by facility operation: March 29, 2013
Number and percent
Facility operation  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  13,797 12,911 11,691 11,153 12,465  93.6  84.7  80.8  90.3
Private non-profit  7,676  7,374  6,511  6,303  7,031  96.1  84.8  82.1  91.6
Private for-profit  4,420  3,911  3,743  3,397  3,856  88.5  84.7  76.9  87.2
Local, county, or community govt.    725    698    655    624    676  96.3  90.3  86.1  93.2
State government    337    321    280    264    311  95.3  83.1  78.3  92.3
Federal government    359    333    292    325    342  92.8  81.3  90.5  95.3
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    222    219    203    205    221  98.6  91.4  92.3  99.5
Dept. of Defense     84     66     53     81     75  78.6  63.1  96.4  89.3
Indian Health Service     41     40     27     31     35  97.6  65.9  75.6  85.4
Other     12      8      9      8     11  66.7  75.0  66.7  91.7
Tribal government    280    274    210    240    249  97.9  75.0  85.7  88.9
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 14,148 facilities, 351 facilities (2 percent) did not respond to these questions; percentages are based on the remaining 13,797 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), 2013.
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Table 4.3. Facility size, according to type of care offered, by facility operation: March 29, 2013
Median number of clients
Facility operation  Median number of clients per facility1
All
facilities1
Type of care offered
Total
out-
patient 
Outpatient Total
residen-
tial
Residential
 (non-hospital)
Total
hospital
inpatient
Hospital inpatient
Regular Intensive Day
treatment
or partial
hospitali-
zation
Detox Methadone/
buprenorphine
maintenance
or Vivitrol®
treatment
Short-
term
Long-
term
Detox Treat-
ment
Detox
Total  40 46 25 10  3  1 106 18  8 15  3 10  6  5
Private non-profit 38 48 30 12  3 - -  65 18  8 16  3 10  5  5
Private for-profit 40 42 20  8  3  1 164 18  8  9  4 16 10  7
Local, county, or community govt. 53 59 40 14 - -  1  73 20 10 16  6 10 - -  5
State government 42 50 35 11  6  1  26 23 19 14  4 23 24 10
Federal government 65 60 40 12  1  2  30 19 13 13 - -  3  3  2
Dept. of Veterans Affairs 102 92 55 15 - -  2  35 19 14 13 - -  3  3  3
Dept. of Defense 30 30 22  2 12 - -   1 50  3 57 - - 22 21  1
Indian Health Service 25 25 21  5 - - 17   - -  9  2  9 - -  1  1  1
Other 25 25 16  3 - -  5   6 - - - - - - - - 11  9  2
Tribal government 28 29 20  9 - -  1  33 11  7 12  1  7  8  3
1 Of 14,148 facilities, 741 facilities (5 percent) whose client counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to these questions. Of the remaining 13,407 facilities, 401 facilities (3 percent) that included client counts for other facilities were excluded from tabulations for this table, and thus, tabulations are based on 13,006 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), 2013.
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Table 4.4. Facility size in terms of number of clients, by facility operation: March 29, 2013
Number and percent distribution
Facility operation  Number of facilities 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  14,148 3,028 2,764 2,927 2,468 2,961 100.0  21.4  19.5  20.7  17.4  20.9
Private non-profit  7,820 1,653 1,663 1,632 1,365 1,507 100.0  21.1  21.3  20.9  17.5  19.3
Private for-profit  4,575 1,060   797   921   774 1,023 100.0  23.2  17.4  20.1  16.9  22.4
Local, county, or community govt.    739   105   117   165   164   188 100.0  14.2  15.8  22.3  22.2  25.4
State government    351    65    68    80    64    74 100.0  18.5  19.4  22.8  18.2  21.1
Federal government    370    57    55    67    72   119 100.0  15.4  14.9  18.1  19.5  32.2
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    228    18    16    47    48    99 100.0   7.9   7.0  20.6  21.1  43.4
Dept. of Defense     88    27    16    12    16    17 100.0  30.7  18.2  13.6  18.2  19.3
Indian Health Service     42    11    15     8     8     - - 100.0  26.2  35.7  19.0  19.0      - -
Other     12     1     8     - -     - -     3 100.0   8.3  66.7      - -      - -  25.0
Tribal government    293    88    64    62    29    50 100.0  30.0  21.8  21.2   9.9  17.1
- -  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), 2013.
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Table 4.5. Facility outpatient operational capacity, by facility operation: March 29, 2013
Number and percent distribution
Facility operation  Number of facilities Percent distribution
Total1 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  10,587 140 516 3,616 3,798 2,517 100.0   1.3   4.9  34.2  35.9  23.8
Private non-profit  5,288  88 321 2,064 1,830   985 100.0   1.7   6.1  39.0  34.6  18.6
Private for-profit  3,896  16  83   985 1,512 1,300 100.0   0.4   2.1  25.3  38.8  33.4
Local, county, or community govt.    608   8  47   243   210   100 100.0   1.3   7.7  40.0  34.5  16.4
State government    218   7  18    83    73    37 100.0   3.2   8.3  38.1  33.5  17.0
Federal government    326  14  28    158     89     37 100.0   4.3   8.6  48.5  27.3  11.3
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    196  11  19   105    51    10 100.0   5.6   9.7  53.6  26.0   5.1
Dept. of Defense     84   3   5    34    29    13 100.0   3.6   6.0  40.5  34.5  15.5
Indian Health Service     34   - -   3    14     6    11 100.0      - -   8.8  41.2  17.6  32.4
Other     12   - -   1     5     3     3 100.0      - -   8.3  41.7  25.0  25.0
Tribal government    251   7  19    83    84    58 100.0   2.8   7.6  33.1  33.5  23.1
1 Out of 14,148 facilities only 10,587 facilities responded to the question.
- -  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), 2013.
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Table 4.6. Facility capacity and utilization of residential (non-hospital) care, by facility operation: March 29, 2013
Number, utilization rate, and percent distribution
Facility operation  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  103,776  97.0 33 3,082    273 1,061  1,477    271 100.0   8.9  34.4  47.9   8.8
Private non-profit  78,754  96.0 33 2,336    196   796  1,158    186 100.0   8.4  34.1  49.6   8.0
Private for-profit  15,712  96.8 33   453     52   161    186     54 100.0  11.5  35.5  41.1  11.9
Local, county, or community govt.   2,976  86.2 35    79     10    33     33      3 100.0  12.7  41.8  41.8   3.8
State government   3,469 104.3 35    97      5    34     47     11 100.0   5.2  35.1  48.5  11.3
Federal government   2,199 123.6 27    78      5    22     39     12 100.0   6.4  28.2  50.0  15.4
Dept. of Veterans Affairs   1,948 125.9 28    67      3    21     33     10 100.0   4.5  31.3  49.3  14.9
Dept. of Defense     133  89.5 44     3       - -     1      2       - - 100.0      - -  33.3  66.7      - -
Indian Health Service     118 125.4 15     8      2     - -      4      2 100.0  25.0      - -  50.0  25.0
Other        - -      - - - -     - -       - -     - -       - -       - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Tribal government     666 128.4 17    39      5    15     14      5 100.0  12.8  38.5  35.9  12.8
1 Of the 3,450 facilities that reported offering residential (non-hospital) services, 98 facilities (3 percent) whose client counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to this question. Of the remaining 3,352 facilities, 80 facilities (2 percent) reported for themselves and other facilities. Therefore, the number of designated beds is based on the responses of 3,272 facilities.
2 Overall utilization rate and designated beds per facility are based on 3,082 facilities (100,417 designated beds and 97,369 clients) that reported both designated beds and clients. Of the 3,272 facilities that reported designated beds, 56 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 134 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), 2013. 
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Table 4.7. Facility capacity and utilization of hospital inpatient care, by facility operation: March 29, 2013
Number, utilization rate, and percent distribution
Facility operation  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  12,282  96.6 25 483     96    167    132     88 100.0  19.9  34.6  27.3  18.2
Private non-profit  6,078  82.3 24 255     60     93     71     31 100.0  23.5  36.5  27.8  12.2
Private for-profit  4,197 110.9 27 154     25     51     36     42 100.0  16.2  33.1  23.4  27.3
Local, county, or community govt.    385 122.9 16  24      5      7      6      6 100.0  20.8  29.2  25.0  25.0
State government  1,369  98.8 41  33      2     12     15      4 100.0   6.1  36.4  45.5  12.1
Federal government    221 108.3 15  14      4      4      3      3 100.0  28.6  28.6  21.4  21.4
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    185 111.9 14  12      4      3      2      3 100.0  33.3  25.0  16.7  25.0
Dept. of Defense     22 100.0 22   1       - -       - -      1       - - 100.0      - -      - - 100.0      - -
Indian Health Service       - -      - - - -   - -       - -       - -       - -       - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Other     14  78.6 14   1       - -      1       - -       - - 100.0      - - 100.0      - -      - -
Tribal government     32 431.3 11   3       - -       - -      1      2 100.0      - -      - -  33.3  66.7
1 Of the 753 facilities that reported offering hospital inpatient services, 12 facilities (2 percent) whose client counts were reported by another facility were not asked to respond to this question. Of the remaining 741 facilities, 13 facilities (2 percent) reported for themselves and other facilities. Therefore, the number of designated beds is based on the responses of 728 facilities.
2 Overall utilization rate and designated beds per facility are based on 483 facilities (12,213 designated beds and 11,795 clients) that reported both designated beds and clients for their facility only. Of the 728 facilities that reported designated beds, 83 facilities (11 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 162 facilities (22 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), 2013. 
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Table 4.8. Services provided, by facility operation: 2013
Number and percent
Services   Facility operation
  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  14,148 7,820 4,575    739   351    370   293  
Assessment and pre-treatment services 13,949  7,682  4,535    728   342    369   293  98.6  98.2  99.1  98.5  97.4  99.7 100.0
Screening for substance abuse 13,493  7,368  4,449    702   320    365   289  95.4  94.2  97.2  95.0  91.2  98.6  98.6
Comprehensive substance abuse assessment
    or diagnosis
13,066  7,140  4,290    684   320    359   273  92.4  91.3  93.8  92.6  91.2  97.0  93.2
Screening for mental health disorders 10,092  5,742  2,931    603   268    316   232  71.3  73.4  64.1  81.6  76.4  85.4  79.2
Screening for tobacco use  8,423  4,866  2,313    467   235    336   206  59.5  62.2  50.6  63.2  67.0  90.8  70.3
Outreach to persons in community who may
    need treatment
 8,420  4,913  2,364    468   194    236   245  59.5  62.8  51.7  63.3  55.3  63.8  83.6
Comprehensive mental health assessment or
  diagnosis
 6,922  3,925  1,956    414   210    278   139  48.9  50.2  42.8  56.0  59.8  75.1  47.4
Interim services for clients when immediate
   admission is not possible
 6,623  3,778  1,735    445   175    283   207  46.8  48.3  37.9  60.2  49.9  76.5  70.6
No services offered    180    125     34     11     9      1     - -   1.3   1.6   0.7   1.5   2.6   0.3      - -
Testing 12,536  7,031  3,938    667   332    343   225  88.6  89.9  86.1  90.3  94.6  92.7  76.8
Drug or alcohol urine screening 12,001  6,732  3,778    631   326    331   203  84.8  86.1  82.6  85.4  92.9  89.5  69.3
Breathalyzer or other blood alcohol testing  8,847  4,854  2,872    476   238    299   108  62.5  62.1  62.8  64.4  67.8  80.8  36.9
TB screening  5,199  2,804  1,520    286   217    257   115  36.7  35.9  33.2  38.7  61.8  69.5  39.2
HIV testing  4,000  2,372    828    250   192    265    93  28.3  30.3  18.1  33.8  54.7  71.6  31.7
Screening for Hepatitis C  3,481  1,832    949    199   148    263    90  24.6  23.4  20.7  26.9  42.2  71.1  30.7
Screening for Hepatitis B  3,244  1,666    902    184   144    264    84  22.9  21.3  19.7  24.9  41.0  71.4  28.7
STD testing  2,959  1,495    819    160   154    250    81  20.9  19.1  17.9  21.7  43.9  67.6  27.6
No services offered  1,376    691    530     67    18     15    55   9.7   8.8  11.6   9.1   5.1   4.1  18.8
Pharmacotherapies  7,641  4,287  2,166    466   271    313   138  54.0  54.8  47.3  63.1  77.2  84.6  47.1
Medications for psychiatric disorders  5,660  3,410  1,217    409   236    293    95  40.0  43.6  26.6  55.3  67.2  79.2  32.4
Nicotine replacement  3,219  1,888    697    164   144    257    69  22.8  24.1  15.2  22.2  41.0  69.5  23.5
Buprenorphine1  3,113  1,540  1,145    121    83    187    37  22.0  19.7  25.0  16.4  23.6  50.5  12.6
Buprenorphine with naloxone (Suboxone®)  2,975  1,479  1,091    107    76    185    37  21.0  18.9  23.8  14.5  21.7  50.0  12.6
Buprenorphine without naloxone   1,686    790    695     56    49     80    16  11.9  10.1  15.2   7.6  14.0  21.6   5.5
Naltrexone (oral)  2,696  1,358    814    140    94    253    37  19.1  17.4  17.8  18.9  26.8  68.4  12.6
Acamprosate (Campral®)  2,530  1,337    712    159    94    194    34  17.9  17.1  15.6  21.5  26.8  52.4  11.6
Disulfiram (Antabuse®)  2,392  1,164    717    132    99    233    47  16.9  14.9  15.7  17.9  28.2  63.0  16.0
Non-nicotine smoking/tobacco cessation
   medications
 2,367  1,253    593    118    97    250    56  16.7  16.0  13.0  16.0  27.6  67.6  19.1
Vivitrol® (injectable Naltrexone)  1,718    843    600     71    47    130    27  12.1  10.8  13.1   9.6  13.4  35.1   9.2
Methadone  1,635    645    799     61    58     60    12  11.6   8.2  17.5   8.3  16.5  16.2   4.1
No services offered  5,824  3,207  2,119    259    70     40   129  41.2  41.0  46.3  35.0  19.9  10.8  44.0
Transitional services 13,942  7,734  4,471    733   344    368   292  98.5  98.9  97.7  99.2  98.0  99.5  99.7
Discharge planning 13,573  7,603  4,309    713   333    344   271  95.9  97.2  94.2  96.5  94.9  93.0  92.5
Aftercare/continuing care  12,081  6,585  3,990    604   270    356   276  85.4  84.2  87.2  81.7  76.9  96.2  94.2
No services offered    178     71     93      6     6      1     1   1.3   0.9   2.0   0.8   1.7   0.3   0.3
Ancillary services 14,092  7,808  4,534    738   349    370   293  99.6  99.8  99.1  99.9  99.4 100.0 100.0
Substance abuse education 13,689  7,589  4,391    718   344    359   288  96.8  97.0  96.0  97.2  98.0  97.0  98.3
Case management services 11,487  6,635  3,313    639   301    332   267  81.2  84.8  72.4  86.5  85.8  89.7  91.1
Social skills development 10,671  6,179  3,118    563   290    299   222  75.4  79.0  68.2  76.2  82.6  80.8  75.8
Mental health services  9,109  5,169  2,612    544   262    308   214  64.4  66.1  57.1  73.6  74.6  83.2  73.0
HIV or AIDS education, counseling, or support  8,202  4,916  2,164    470   260    234   158  58.0  62.9  47.3  63.6  74.1  63.2  53.9
Assistance with obtaining social services  8,132  5,317  1,645    522   249    204   195  57.5  68.0  36.0  70.6  70.9  55.1  66.6
Health education other than HIV/AIDS or   
    hepatitis
 7,656  4,593  1,960    419   244    270   170  54.1  58.7  42.8  56.7  69.5  73.0  58.0
Mentoring/peer support  7,612  4,576  2,052    374   216    254   140  53.8  58.5  44.9  50.6  61.5  68.6  47.8
Assistance in locating housing for clients  7,157  4,554  1,585    438   235    228   117  50.6  58.2  34.6  59.3  67.0  61.6  39.9
Self-help groups   6,649  4,019  1,732    305   212    212   169  47.0  51.4  37.9  41.3  60.4  57.3  57.7
Hepatitis education, counseling, or support  6,601  3,884  1,762    369   206    241   139  46.7  49.7  38.5  49.9  58.7  65.1  47.4
Transportation assistance to treatment  5,919  3,858  1,057    406   166    207   225  41.8  49.3  23.1  54.9  47.3  55.9  76.8
Domestic violence services  5,821  3,165  1,909    266   138    171   172  41.1  40.5  41.7  36.0  39.3  46.2  58.7
Smoking cessation counseling  5,808  3,415  1,461    333   191    277   131  41.1  43.7  31.9  45.1  54.4  74.9  44.7
Employment counseling or training for clients  5,394  3,445  1,223    272   169    195    90  38.1  44.1  26.7  36.8  48.1  52.7  30.7
Early intervention for HIV  3,815  2,320    858    240   147    167    83  27.0  29.7  18.8  32.5  41.9  45.1  28.3
Child care for clients' children  1,004    778     76     83    36      4    27   7.1   9.9   1.7  11.2  10.3   1.1   9.2
Acupuncture    643    274    235     49    23     41    21   4.5   3.5   5.1   6.6   6.6  11.1   7.2
Residential beds for clients' children    509    437     22     19    25      1     5   3.6   5.6   0.5   2.6   7.1   0.3   1.7
No services offered     54     12     39      1     2       - -     - -   0.4   0.2   0.9   0.1   0.6      - -      - -
Other services  4,192  2,025  1,626    192   119    115   115  29.6  25.9  35.5  26.0  33.9  31.1  39.2
Treatment for gambling disorder  2,722  1,316  1,018    122    97     82    87  19.2  16.8  22.3  16.5  27.6  22.2  29.7
Treatment for Internet use disorder  1,282    477    692     36    20     40    17   9.1   6.1  15.1   4.9   5.7  10.8   5.8
Treatment for other addiction disorder  3,130  1,414  1,390    125    53     78    70  22.1  18.1  30.4  16.9  15.1  21.1  23.9
No services offered  9,059  5,330  2,651    516   211    203   148  64.0  68.2  57.9  69.8  60.1  54.9  50.5
1 Buprenorphine total is not the sum of buprenorphine with and without naloxone because a facility can provide either or both.
- -  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), 2013.
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Table 4.9. Facilities using counseling as part of their substance abuse treatment program,
by facility operation: 2013
Number
Type of counseling provided,
by facility operation
  Number of
facilities
offering
counseling1
Not
offered
Number of facilities indicating percentage
ranges of clients receiving counseling
25% or
less
26% to
50%
51% to
75%
76% to
100%
 
Individual counseling Total2 13,826    202 1,330 1,199 1,411 9,886
Private non-profit  7,653    103   503   593   700 5,857
Private for-profit  4,461     78   655   423   471 2,912
Local, county, or community govt.    721     11    84    84    88   465
State government    341      4    36    37    43   225
Federal government    363      5    40    39    62   222
Tribal government    287      1    12    23    47   205
Group counseling 13,136    747 1,268 1,071 1,542 9,255
Private non-profit  7,380    331   579   563   807 5,431
Private for-profit  4,114    339   511   344   513 2,746
Local, county, or community govt.    698     32    67    64    89   478
State government    335      7    23    34    36   242
Federal government    352     13    27    38    56   231
Tribal government    257     25    61    28    41   127
Family counseling 11,547  2,057 5,869 2,350 1,456 1,872
Private non-profit  6,442  1,113 3,154 1,364   876 1,048
Private for-profit  3,726    643 1,858   711   447   710
Local, county, or community govt.    568    144   341   119    62    46
State government    276     58   119    71    40    46
Federal government    290     71   246    27     9     8
Tribal government    245     28   151    58    22    14
Marital/couples counseling  8,382  4,948 5,873 1,517   575   417
Private non-profit  4,427  2,988 3,196   773   258   200
Private for-profit  2,939  1,335 1,856   606   273   204
Local, county, or community govt.    362    329   288    56    16     2
State government    173    149   123    30    15     5
Federal government    280     78   256    19     3     2
Tribal government      201     69   154    33    10     4
1 Number of facilities sums to more than the total because a facility could offer more than one type of counseling.
2 Total excludes Not offered 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), 2013.
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Table 4.10. Clinical/therapeutic approaches, by frequency of use: 2013
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 14,148 13,270   561    48    190    79 100.0  93.8   4.0   0.3   1.3   0.6
Relapse prevention 14,148 11,881 1,422   181    471   193 100.0  84.0  10.1   1.3   3.3   1.4
Cognitive-behavioral therapy 14,148  9,970 3,012   372    708    86 100.0  70.5  21.3   2.6   5.0   0.6
Motivational interviewing 14,148  9,101 3,393   675    827   152 100.0  64.3  24.0   4.8   5.8   1.1
12-step facilitation 14,148  6,880 3,555 1,396  2,240    77 100.0  48.6  25.1   9.9  15.8   0.5
Anger management 14,148  5,347 6,045 1,474  1,227    55 100.0  37.8  42.7  10.4   8.7   0.4
Brief intervention 14,148  5,087 6,137 1,554  1,227   143 100.0  36.0  43.4  11.0   8.7   1.0
Trauma-related counseling 14,148  4,197 5,820 2,183  1,842   106 100.0  29.7  41.1  15.4  13.0   0.7
Contingency management/
  motivational incentives
14,148  3,745 4,195 2,561  3,148   499 100.0  26.5  29.7  18.1  22.3   3.5
Matrix model 14,148  2,681 2,787 2,234  4,624 1,822 100.0  18.9  19.7  15.8  32.7  12.9
Rational emotive behavioral
    therapy
14,148  2,310 4,063 2,890  4,316   569 100.0  16.3  28.7  20.4  30.5   4.0
Computerized substance abuse
    treatment/telemedicine
14,148    573 1,051 1,686 10,139   699 100.0   4.1   7.4  11.9  71.7   4.9
Community reinforcement
    plus vouchers
14,148    550 1,173 1,857  9,348 1,220 100.0   3.9   8.3  13.1  66.1   8.6
Other treatment approaches 14,148  1,108   542    90 12,408       ‡ 100.0   7.8   3.8   0.6  87.7       ‡
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), 2013.
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Table 4.11. Facilities offering specifically tailored programs or groups, by facility operation and client type: 2013
Number and percent
Client type Total Facility operation
Number of facilities Percent
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  14,148 7,820 4,575    739   351    370   293  
Any specific program or group 12,235  6,749  3,946    643   319    343   235  86.5  86.3  86.3  87.0  90.9  92.7  80.2
Adult women  6,262  3,461  1,952    399   179    142   129  44.3  44.3  42.7  54.0  51.0  38.4  44.0
Clients with co-occurring mental and substance
  abuse disorders
 6,062  3,486  1,763    327   196    194    96  42.8  44.6  38.5  44.2  55.8  52.4  32.8
Adult men  5,456  3,013  1,794    296   145     92   116  38.6  38.5  39.2  40.1  41.3  24.9  39.6
Criminal justice clients (other than DUI/DWI)  4,675  2,686  1,429    295   123     60    82  33.0  34.3  31.2  39.9  35.0  16.2  28.0
Adolescents  4,220  2,348  1,335    277   105     24   131  29.8  30.0  29.2  37.5  29.9   6.5  44.7
Persons who have experienced trauma  4,141  2,325  1,223    207   115    177    94  29.3  29.7  26.7  28.0  32.8  47.8  32.1
DUI/DWI clients  4,105  1,778  1,943    210    65     37    72  29.0  22.7  42.5  28.4  18.5  10.0  24.6
Young adults  3,196  1,668  1,192    136    74     48    78  22.6  21.3  26.1  18.4  21.1  13.0  26.6
Persons who have experienced intimate partner
  violence, domestic violence
 2,869  1,479  1,054    104    86     66    80  20.3  18.9  23.0  14.1  24.5  17.8  27.3
Persons who have experienced sexual abuse  2,839  1,515    955    111    91    103    64  20.1  19.4  20.9  15.0  25.9  27.8  21.8
Pregnant or postpartum women  2,362  1,255    802    168    77     20    40  16.7  16.0  17.5  22.7  21.9   5.4  13.7
Persons with HIV or AIDS  2,039  1,218    609     77    73     36    26  14.4  15.6  13.3  10.4  20.8   9.7   8.9
Veterans  1,853    844    620     56    47    241    45  13.1  10.8  13.6   7.6  13.4  65.1  15.4
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) clients  1,739    916    656     57    48     30    32  12.3  11.7  14.3   7.7  13.7   8.1  10.9
Seniors or older adults  1,712    873    649     63    47     40    40  12.1  11.2  14.2   8.5  13.4  10.8  13.7
Members of military families    973    428    425     22    21     49    28   6.9   5.5   9.3   3.0   6.0  13.2   9.6
Active duty military    870    299    410     12    12    117    20   6.1   3.8   9.0   1.6   3.4  31.6   6.8
Other  1,255    634    423     63    39     45    51   8.9   8.1   9.2   8.5  11.1  12.2  17.4
No specifically tailored programs or groups
   offered
 4,554  2,557  1,565    215    78     33   106  32.2  32.7  34.2  29.1  22.2   8.9  36.2
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services            (N-SSATS), 2013.
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Table 4.12. Facilities offering services in sign language for the hearing impaired and in languages other than English,
by facility operation: 2013
Number and percent 
Facility operation  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
  Number of facilities
Total  14,148  3,955  5,799  2,336  1,972  1,491  3,528    119    759
Private non-profit  7,820  2,639  3,539  1,312  1,323    904  2,097     36    393
Private for-profit  4,575    675  1,506    820    338    348  1,071     12    312
Local, county, or community govt.    739    392    433     94    180    159    239      4     36
State government    351    156    180     49     86     45     88      1     12
Federal government    370     61     68     16     34     18     20     13      3
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    228     47     40      7     27      6     13       - -       - -
Dept. of Defense     88      8      8      1      4      3      4       - -      2
Indian Health Service     42      5     16      6      3      7      1     12       - -
Other     12      1      4      2       - -      2      2      1      1
Tribal government    293     32     73     45     11     17     13     53      3
  Percent 
Total  14,148  28.0  41.0  40.3  34.0  25.7  92.2   3.1  19.8
Private non-profit  7,820  33.7  45.3  37.1  37.4  25.5  94.6   1.6  17.7
Private for-profit  4,575  14.8  32.9  54.4  22.4  23.1  91.7   1.0  26.7
Local, county, or community govt.    739  53.0  58.6  21.7  41.6  36.7  94.5   1.6  14.2
State government    351  44.4  51.3  27.2  47.8  25.0  93.6   1.1  12.8
Federal government    370  16.5  18.4  23.5  50.0  26.5  58.8  38.2   8.8
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    228  20.6  17.5  17.5  67.5  15.0 100.0      - -      - -
Dept. of Defense     88   9.1   9.1  12.5  50.0  37.5 100.0      - -  50.0
Indian Health Service     42  11.9  38.1  37.5  18.8  43.8   7.7  92.3      - -
Other     12   8.3  33.3  50.0      - -  50.0  50.0  25.0  25.0
Tribal government    293  10.9  24.9  61.6  15.1  23.3  21.0  85.5   4.8
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), 2013.
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Table 4.13. Facilities detoxifying clients, by substance and facility operation: 2013
Number and percent
Facility operation  Number of facilities1 Routine
use of
medica-
tions
during
detox
Percent1
Total2 Detoxication from: Detoxication from: Routine
use of
medica-
tions
during
detox
Opioids Alcohol Benzo-
diaze-
pines
Meth-
amphet-
amines
Cocaine Other
sub-
stances
Opioids Alcohol Benzo-
diaze-
pines
Meth-
amphet-
amines
Cocaine Other
sub-
stances
Total   2,581  2,188  1,665  1,495  1,306  1,295    271  2,027  84.8  64.5  57.9  50.6  50.2  10.5  78.5
Private non-profit  1,177    966    859    743    642    641    118    849  82.1  73.0  63.1  54.5  54.5  10.0  72.1
Private for-profit  1,091    969    551    540    488    482    119    922  88.8  50.5  49.5  44.7  44.2  10.9  84.5
Local, county, or community
   govt.
    98     91     82     70     61     56     15     80  92.9  83.7  71.4  62.2  57.1  15.3  81.6
State government     61     48     44     39     32     34     11     49  78.7  72.1  63.9  52.5  55.7  18.0  80.3
Federal government    137    106    120     98     77     77      7    122  77.4  87.6  71.5  56.2  56.2   5.1  89.1
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    125     99    112     92     73     71      5    113  79.2  89.6  73.6  58.4  56.8   4.0  90.4
Dept. of Defense      7      5      5      3      3      3       - -      5  71.4  71.4  42.9  42.9  42.9      - -  71.4
Indian Health Service      2       - -      2      1      1      1       - -      1      - - 100.0  50.0  50.0  50.0      - -  50.0
Other      3      2      1      2       - -      2      2      3  66.7  33.3  66.7      - -  66.7  66.7 100.0
Tribal government     17      8      9      5      6      5      1      5  47.1  52.9  29.4  35.3  29.4   5.9  29.4
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 14,148 facilities, 2,581 facilities (18 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), 2013.
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Table 4.14. Facilities with client outreach, by facility operation: 2013
Number and percent
Facility operation    Has website Outreach to persons who may
need treatment
Total number
of facilities
Number of
facilities
Percent Number of
facilities
Percent
Total  14,148 11,396  80.5  8,420  59.5
Private non-profit 7,820  6,814  87.1  4,913  62.8
Private for-profit 4,575  3,455  75.5  2,364  51.7
Local, county, or community government    739    542  73.3    468  63.3
State government    351    246  70.1    194  55.3
Federal government    370    209  56.5    236  63.8
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    228    140  61.4    153  67.1
Dept. of Defense     88     40  45.5     43  48.9
Indian Health Service     42     21  50.0     34  81.0
Other     12      8  66.7      6  50.0
Tribal government    293    130  44.4    245  83.6
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2013.
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Table 4.15. Facility licensing, certification, or accreditation, by facility operation: 2013
Number and percent 
Facility operation  Total Licensing, certification, or accreditation organization
Any listed
agency/
organization
State
substance
abuse
agency
State
mental
health
department
State
department
of health
Hospital
licensing
authority
Joint
Commis-
sion
CARF2 NCQA2 COA2 Other state/
local agency/
organization
  Number of facilities1
Total  14,148 13,353 11,496  5,505  6,126    987  2,604  3,466 423 725 616
Private non-profit  7,820  7,503  6,612  3,284  3,580    572  1,499  2,089 267 511 282
Private for-profit  4,575  4,256  3,759  1,623  1,994    231    593    998 100 160 212
Local, county, or community govt.    739    718    659    357    263     56    100    134  12  14  28
State government    351    331    286    165    177     38     82    102  16  18  15
Federal government    370    344     42     20     23     79    311    111  22  15  25
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    228    224     17      8     10     53    223    105  18  14   4
Dept. of Defense     88     82      9      4      2     24     73      2   2   1  12
Indian Health Service     42     30     13      3      7      2     13      3   - -   - -   7
Other     12      8      3      5      4       - -      2      1   2   - -   2
Tribal government    293    201    138     56     89     11     19     32   6   7  54
  Percent 
Total  14,148  94.4  81.3  38.9  43.3   7.0  18.4  24.5   3.0   5.1   4.4
Private non-profit  7,820  95.9  84.6  42.0  45.8   7.3  19.2  26.7   3.4   6.5   3.6
Private for-profit  4,575  93.0  82.2  35.5  43.6   5.0  13.0  21.8   2.2   3.5   4.6
Local, county, or community govt.    739  97.2  89.2  48.3  35.6   7.6  13.5  18.1   1.6   1.9   3.8
State government    351  94.3  81.5  47.0  50.4  10.8  23.4  29.1   4.6   5.1   4.3
Federal government    370  93.0  11.4   5.4   6.2  21.4  84.1  30.0   5.9   4.1   6.8
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    228  98.2   7.5   3.5   4.4  23.2  97.8  46.1   7.9   6.1   1.8
Dept. of Defense     88  93.2  10.2   4.5   2.3  27.3  83.0   2.3   2.3   1.1  13.6
Indian Health Service     42  71.4  31.0   7.1  16.7   4.8  31.0   7.1      - -      - -  16.7
Other     12  66.7  25.0  41.7  33.3      - -  16.7   8.3  16.7      - -  16.7
Tribal government    293  68.6  47.1  19.1  30.4   3.8   6.5  10.9   2.0   2.4  18.4
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 CARF = 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), 2013.
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Table 4.16. Facility licensing, certification, or accreditation, by type of care offered: 2013
Number and percent 
Type of care offered Total2 Facility licensing, certification, or accreditation organization
Any listed
agency/
organization
State
substance
abuse
agency
State
mental
health
department
State
department
of health
Hospital
licensing
authority
Joint
Commis-
sion
CARF3 NCQA3 COA3 Other state/
local agency/
organization
  Number of facilities1
Total 14,148 13,353 11,496  5,505  6,126    987  2,604  3,466 423 725    616
Outpatient 11,542 10,922  9,421  4,737  4,824    760  2,093  2,864 334 606    496
Regular 10,771 10,175  8,841  4,479  4,375    602  1,752  2,600 302 575    467
Intensive   6,363  6,156  5,333  2,630  2,878    549  1,345  1,481 214 317    241
Detoxification  1,362  1,293  1,067    463    630    152    388    597  80 107     68
Day treatment/partial hospitalization  1,742  1,695  1,370    741    877    302    591    448  78  81     63
Methadone/buprenorphine maintenance
   or Vivitrol® treatment
 1,848  1,789  1,534    607    951    153    494    957  75 121     99
Residential (non-hospital)  3,450  3,252  2,828  1,032  1,642    155    610    936  88 157    170
Detoxification    861    832    727    301    426     60    218    308  24  31     31
Short-term treatment (30 days or fewer)  1,736  1,678  1,431    565    884    110    437    554  49  68     83
Long-term treatment (more than 30 days)  2,858  2,681  2,352    839  1,338    102    408    735  71 139    158
Hospital inpatient    753    726    426    319    509    413    572    125  73  43     28
Detoxification    660    636    355    283    441    377    514    114  70  41     24
Treatment    547    527    326    238    383    320    419     78  61  32     21
  Percent 
Total 14,148  94.4  81.3  38.9  43.3   7.0  18.4  24.5   3.0   5.1   4.4
Outpatient 11,542  94.6  81.6  41.0  41.8   6.6  18.1  24.8   2.9   5.3   4.3
Regular 10,771  94.5  82.1  41.6  40.6   5.6  16.3  24.1   2.8   5.3   4.3
Intensive   6,363  96.7  83.8  41.3  45.2   8.6  21.1  23.3   3.4   5.0   3.8
Detoxification  1,362  94.9  78.3  34.0  46.3  11.2  28.5  43.8   5.9   7.9   5.0
Day treatment/partial hospitalization  1,742  97.3  78.6  42.5  50.3  17.3  33.9  25.7   4.5   4.6   3.6
Methadone/buprenorphine maintenance
  or Vivitrol® treatment
 1,848  96.8  83.0  32.8  51.5   8.3  26.7  51.8   4.1   6.5   5.4
Residential (non-hospital)  3,450  94.3  82.0  29.9  47.6   4.5  17.7  27.1   2.6   4.6   4.9
Detoxification    861  96.6  84.4  35.0  49.5   7.0  25.3  35.8   2.8   3.6   3.6
Short-term treatment (30 days or fewer)  1,736  96.7  82.4  32.5  50.9   6.3  25.2  31.9   2.8   3.9   4.8
Long-term treatment (more than 30 days)  2,858  93.8  82.3  29.4  46.8   3.6  14.3  25.7   2.5   4.9   5.5
Hospital inpatient    753  96.4  56.6  42.4  67.6  54.8  76.0  16.6   9.7   5.7   3.7
Detoxification    660  96.4  53.8  42.9  66.8  57.1  77.9  17.3  10.6   6.2   3.6
Treatment    547  96.3  59.6  43.5  70.0  58.5  76.6  14.3  11.2   5.9   3.8
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 CARF = 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), 2013.
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Table 4.17. Facilities employing specific practices as part of their standard operating procedures, by facility operation: 2013
Number and percent 
Facility operation  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
None of the
practices
are part of
standard
operating
procedures
  Number of facilities1
Total  14,148 13,900 13,507 13,075 12,172 12,208 10,391  9,847     14
Private non-profit  7,820  7,701  7,618  7,466  6,785  7,051  6,129  5,613      2
Private for-profit  4,575  4,466  4,218  3,997  3,906  3,679  2,954  3,085     12
Local, county, or community govt.    739    734    720    705    627    677    554    430       - -
State government    351    345    340    330    315    311    296    241       - -
Federal government    370    363    338    335    328    295    281    275       - -
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    228    225    199    214    216    183    170    173       - -
Dept. of Defense     88     88     88     80     76     73     71     60       - -
Indian Health Service     42     40     39     33     25     28     30     36       - -
Other     12     10     12      8     11     11     10      6       - -
Tribal government    293    291    273    242    211    195    177    203       - -
  Percent 
Total  14,148  98.2  95.5  92.4  86.0  86.3  73.4  69.6   0.1
Private non-profit  7,820  98.5  97.4  95.5  86.8  90.2  78.4  71.8      *
Private for-profit  4,575  97.6  92.2  87.4  85.4  80.4  64.6  67.4   0.3
Local, county, or community govt.    739  99.3  97.4  95.4  84.8  91.6  75.0  58.2      - -
State government    351  98.3  96.9  94.0  89.7  88.6  84.3  68.7      - -
Federal government    370  98.1  91.4  90.5  88.6  79.7  75.9  74.3      - -
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    228  98.7  87.3  93.9  94.7  80.3  74.6  75.9      - -
Dept. of Defense     88 100.0 100.0  90.9  86.4  83.0  80.7  68.2      - -
Indian Health Service     42  95.2  92.9  78.6  59.5  66.7  71.4  85.7      - -
Other     12  83.3 100.0  66.7  91.7  91.7  83.3  50.0      - -
Tribal government    293  99.3  93.2  82.6  72.0  66.6  60.4  69.3      - -
1 Number of facilities sums to more than the Total column because a facility could employ more than one of the practices specified.
- -  Quantity is zero.
*  Less than 0.05 percent.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2013.
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Table 4.18. Types of client payments accepted by facility, by facility operation: 2013
Number and percent
Facility operation Total Type of payment accepted    
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 Sliding
fee scale
Treatment
at no
charge for
clients who
cannot pay
  Number of facilities
Total  14,148 12,774 9,250 4,694 8,335 5,848 4,650 441 1,879 653 608 8,726 6,852
Private non-profit 7,820  7,045  5,178  2,941  5,380  3,631  2,593    319  1,267 254 340  5,514  4,676
Private for-profit 4,575  4,499  2,940  1,011  1,861  1,419  1,283      4    434 119 207  2,217    935
Local, county, or community govt.    739    671    495    357    568    396    289     28     52  18  30    614    474
State government    351    293    234    158    252    185    141     31     48  15   7    240    260
Federal government    370    149    236     96     87     69    261     40     12  30  12     62    269
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    228    137    193     68     53     43    180      8      5   2   8     52    193
Dept. of Defense     88      1     14      3     2      1     55     22        - -     - -   2       - -     30
Indian Health Service     42      6     25     21     26     20     20      6      7  27   2      5     37
Other     12      5      4      4      6       5      6      4       - -     1   - -      5      9
Tribal government    293    117    167    131    187    148     83     19     66 217  12     79    238
  Percent 
Total  14,148  90.3  65.4  33.2  58.9  41.3  32.9   3.1  13.3   4.6   4.3  61.7  48.4
Private non-profit 7,820  90.1  66.2  37.6  68.8  46.4  33.2   4.1  16.2   3.2   4.3  70.5  59.8
Private for-profit 4,575  98.3  64.3  22.1  40.7  31.0  28.0   0.1   9.5   2.6   4.5  48.5  20.4
Local, county, or community govt.    739  90.8  67.0  48.3  76.9  53.6  39.1   3.8   7.0   2.4   4.1  83.1  64.1
State government    351  83.5  66.7  45.0  71.8  52.7  40.2   8.8  13.7   4.3   2.0  68.4  74.1
Federal government    370  40.3  63.8  25.9  23.5  18.6  70.5  10.8   3.2   8.1   3.2  16.8  72.7
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    228  60.1  84.6  29.8  23.2  18.9  78.9   3.5   2.2   0.9   3.5  22.8  84.6
Dept. of Defense     88   1.1  15.9   3.4   2.3   1.1  62.5  25.0      - -      - -   2.3      - -  34.1
Indian Health Service     42  14.3  59.5  50.0  61.9  47.6  47.6  14.3  16.7  64.3   4.8  11.9  88.1
Other     12  41.7  33.3  33.3  50.0  41.7  50.0  33.3      - -   8.3      - -  41.7  75.0
Tribal government    293  39.9  57.0  44.7  63.8  50.5  28.3   6.5  22.5  74.1   4.1  27.0  81.2
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 6.18b 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), 2013.
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Table 4.19. Methods used to accomplish work at facility, by facility operation: 2013
Number and percent distribution
Work activity Number of facilities Percent distribution
Total Method Total Method
Computer/
electronic
only
Paper
only
Both
electronic
and paper
N/A1 Computer/
electronic
only
Paper
only
Both
electronic
and paper
N/A1
Intake 14,148  2,554 2,855 8,493    246 100.0  18.1  20.2  60.0   1.7
Assessment 14,148  3,476  2,729  7,682    261 100.0  24.6  19.3  54.3   1.8
Treatment plan 14,148  4,208  3,154  6,513    273 100.0  29.7  22.3  46.0   1.9
Discharge 14,148  3,933  2,810  7,131    274 100.0  27.8  19.9  50.4   1.9
Referrals 14,148  1,660  3,985  7,957    546 100.0  11.7  28.2  56.2   3.9
Issue/receive lab results 14,148  2,230  2,984  6,398  2,536 100.0  15.8  21.1  45.2  17.9
Billing 14,148  4,392  1,289  7,103  1,364 100.0  31.0   9.1  50.2   9.6
Outcomes mangement 14,148  2,755  2,230  6,323  2,840 100.0  19.5  15.8  44.7  20.1
Medication prescribing/dispensing 14,148  1,557  2,474  4,005  6,112 100.0  11.0  17.5  28.3  43.2
Health records 14,148  2,364  3,079  6,917  1,788 100.0  16.7  21.8  48.9  12.6
Interoperability with other providers 14,148    681  3,320  6,776  3,371 100.0   4.8  23.5  47.9  23.8
1 Records for which there was not a valid response are included in the category N/A.
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), 2013.
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Table 4.20. Facility funding, by facility operation: 2013
Number and percent
Facility operation  Total
number
of facilities
Receives public funds for substance
abuse treatment programs
Number of facilities Percent
Total  14,148  8,034  56.8
Private non-profit 7,820  5,741  73.4
Private for-profit 4,575    868  19.0
Local, county, or community government    739    660  89.3
State government    351    289  82.3
Federal government    370    243  65.7
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    228    173  75.9
Dept. of Defense     88     29  33.0
Indian Health Service     42     34  81.0
Other     12      7  58.3
Tribal government    293    233  79.5
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2013.
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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: March 29, 2013
Number and percent distribution 
Facility operation  Number
of
facilities
with
OTPs1
Percent
distribution
Number of clients receiving medication-assisted opioid therapy2 Percent
distri-
bution of
metha-
done
clients
Percent
distri-
bution of
all
Vivitrol®
clients
Percent
distribution
of all
buprenor-
phine
clients
At facilities with OTPs1 At other facilities Total
Vivitrol®
Total
buprenor-
phine
Total Methadone3 Buprenor-
phine
Vivitrol® Vivitrol® Buprenor-
phine
Total  1,282 100.0 343,180 330,308  12,513     359   3,422 35,635  3,781 48,148 100.0 100.0 100.0
Private non-profit   446  34.8 115,627 111,313   4,218      96   1,162  13,392  1,258 17,610  33.7  33.3  36.6
Private for-profit   707  55.1 195,447 189,264   6,094      89   2,028  17,058  2,117 23,152  57.3  56.0  48.1
Local, county, or community govt.    51   4.0  13,214  12,850     352      12      52   1,085     64  1,437   3.9   1.7   3.0
State government    31   2.4  11,792  11,532     245      15      32     452     47    697   3.5   1.2   1.4
Federal government    41   3.2   5,831   4,194   1,490     147     119   3,166    266  4,656   1.3   7.0   9.7
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    40   3.1   4,831   3,194   1,490     147      99   3,115    246  4,605   1.0   6.5   9.6
Dept. of Defense     - -      - -        - -        - -        - -        - -       8      31      8     31      - -   0.2   0.1
Indian Health Service     - -      - -        - -        - -        - -        - -       2       3      2      3      - -   0.1      *
Other     1   0.1   1,000   1,000        - -        - -      10      17     10     17   0.3   0.3      *
Tribal government     6   0.5   1,269   1,155     114        - -      29     482     29    596   0.3   0.8   1.2
1 Facilities that have Opioid Treatment Programs certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
2 Clients receiving buprenorphine or Vivitrol® only include those clients who were in substance abuse treatment facilities and does not include those receiving the medications from private physicians not affiliated with a substance abuse treatment facility.
3 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), 2013.
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Table 4.22. Type of care offered in facilities with Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs), by facility operation: 2013
Number and percent 
Facility operation 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/
buprenorphine
maintenance
or Vivitrol®
treatment
Short-
term
Long-
term
Detox Treat-
ment
Detox
  Number of facilities with OTPs1,2
Total  1,282 1,177   885   346    80   619 1,121    98    73    54    47   108    79    98
Private non-profit   446   374   294   153    33   152   344    53    34    35    22    57    41    49
Private for-profit   707   684   494   126    26   411   664    22    20    13    15    22    18    20
Local, county, or community govt.    51    47    34    19     6    15    46     5     3     1     3     8     5     8
State government    31    26    21    14     2    10    23     2     2     - -     1     7     6     7
Federal government    41    40    37    32    12    30    38    15    14     4     6    14     9    14
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    40    39    36    32    12    30    37    15    14     4     6    14     9    14
Dept. of Defense     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -
Indian Health Service     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -
Other     1     1     1     - -     - -     - -     1     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -     - -
Tribal government     6     6     5     2     1     1     6     1     - -     1     - -     - -     - -     - -
  Percent 
Total  1,282  91.8  69.0  27.0   6.2  48.3  87.4   7.6   5.7   4.2   3.7   8.4   6.2   7.6
Private non-profit   446  83.9  65.9  34.3   7.4  34.1  77.1  11.9   7.6   7.8   4.9  12.8   9.2  11.0
Private for-profit   707  96.7  69.9  17.8   3.7  58.1  93.9   3.1   2.8   1.8   2.1   3.1   2.5   2.8
Local, county, or community govt.    51  92.2  66.7  37.3  11.8  29.4  90.2   9.8   5.9   2.0   5.9  15.7   9.8  15.7
State government    31  83.9  67.7  45.2   6.5  32.3  74.2   6.5   6.5      - -   3.2  22.6  19.4  22.6
Federal government    41  97.6  90.2  78.0  29.3  73.2  92.7  36.6  34.1   9.8  14.6  34.1  22.0  34.1
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    40  97.5  90.0  80.0  30.0  75.0  92.5  37.5  35.0  10.0  15.0  35.0  22.5  35.0
Dept. of Defense       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡
Indian Health Service       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡       ‡
Other     1 100.0 100.0      - -      - -      - - 100.0      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Tribal government     6 100.0  83.3  33.3  16.7  16.7 100.0  16.7      - -  16.7      - -      - -      - -      - -
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), 2013.
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Table 4.23. Facility licensing, certification, or accreditation of facilities with Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs), by type of care offered: 2013
Number and percent 
Type of care offered Total1 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-
sion
CARF2 NCQA2 COA2 Other state/
local agency/
organization
  Number of facilities with OTPs3,4
Total 1,282  1,277  1,153 365    791 111 346 845 39 85  78
Outpatient 1,177  1,172  1,057 332    710  79 281 814 31 81  70
Regular   885    881    813 272    513  57 191 633 24 72  56
Intensive    346    344    296 132    212  48 112 227 12 26  15
Detoxification   619    616    564 182    336  32 119 459 18 64  42
Day treatment/partial hospitalization    80     80     62  27     46  23  44  40  3  2   6
Methadone/buprenorphine maintenance or
   Vivitrol® treatment 
1,121  1,116  1,012 318    673  63 250 798 29 80  67
Residential (non-hospital)    98     97     78  30     57  14  50  53  2  2   8
Detoxification    47     47     40  16     28   8  23  28  1  1   2
Short-term treatment (30 days or fewer)    73     73     57  23     40  12  44  37  1  2   6
Long-term treatment (more than 30 days)    54     53     48  21     32   7  23  29  1 - -   6
Hospital inpatient   108    108     82  32     76  57  92  19  9  6   7
Detoxification    98     98     72  30     68  53  84  18  9  5   7
Treatment    79     79     62  26     54  43  68  12  8  5   6
  Percent 
Total 1,282  99.6  89.9  28.5  61.7   8.7  27.0  65.9   3.0   6.6   6.1
Outpatient 1,177  99.6  89.8  28.2  60.3   6.7  23.9  69.2   2.6   6.9   5.9
Regular   885  99.5  91.9  30.7  58.0   6.4  21.6  71.5   2.7   8.1   6.3
Intensive    346  99.4  85.5  38.2  61.3  13.9  32.4  65.6   3.5   7.5   4.3
Detoxification   619  99.5  91.1  29.4  54.3   5.2  19.2  74.2   2.9  10.3   6.8
Day treatment/partial hospitalization    80 100.0  77.5  33.8  57.5  28.8  55.0  50.0   3.8   2.5   7.5
Methadone/buprenorphine maintenance or
   Vivitrol® treatment 
1,121  99.6  90.3  28.4  60.0   5.6  22.3  71.2   2.6   7.1   6.0
Residential (non-hospital)    98  99.0  79.6  30.6  58.2  14.3  51.0  54.1   2.0   2.0   8.2
Detoxification    47 100.0  85.1  34.0  59.6  17.0  48.9  59.6   2.1   2.1   4.3
Short-term treatment (30 days or fewer)    73 100.0  78.1  31.5  54.8  16.4  60.3  50.7   1.4   2.7   8.2
Long-term treatment (more than 30 days)    54  98.1  88.9  38.9  59.3  13.0  42.6  53.7   1.9      - -  11.1
Hospital inpatient   108 100.0  75.9  29.6  70.4  52.8  85.2  17.6   8.3   5.6   6.5
Detoxification    98 100.0  73.5  30.6  69.4  54.1  85.7  18.4   9.2   5.1   7.1
Treatment    79 100.0  78.5  32.9  68.4  54.4  86.1  15.2  10.1   6.3   7.6
1 Number of facilities sums to more than the total because a facility could offer more than one type of care.
2 CARF = Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities; NCQA = National Committee for Quality Assurance; COA = Council on Accreditation.
3 Facilities that have Opioid Treatment Programs certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
4 Number of facilities sums to more than the Total column because a facility could report more than one licensing, certification, or accreditation organization.
- -  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), 2013.
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Table 4.24. Facility smoking policy, by facility operation: 2013
Number and percent distribution
Facility operation  Number of facilities Percent distribution
Total1 Type of facility smoking policy Total Type of facility smoking policy
Not
permitted
on the
property
or within
any
building
Permitted
only
outdoors
Permitted
outdoors
and in
designated
indoor
area(s)
Permitted
anywhere
without
restriction
Other Not
permitted
on the
property
or within
any
building
Permitted
only
outdoors
Permitted
outdoors
and in
designated
indoor
area(s)
Permitted
anywhere
without
restriction
Other
Total  13,985 5,106 6,672 1,729 16   462 100.0  36.5  47.7  12.4   0.1   3.3
Private non-profit  7,744 3,248 3,312   932  6   246 100.0  41.9  42.8  12.0   0.1   3.2
Private for-profit  4,517 1,137 2,700   551  9   120 100.0  25.2  59.8  12.2   0.2   2.7
Local, county, or community govt.    728   328   298    81 - -    21 100.0  45.1  40.9  11.1      - -   2.9
State government    342   226    73    27 - -    16 100.0  66.1  21.3   7.9      - -   4.7
Federal government    369    71   163    86  1    48 100.0  19.2  44.2  23.3   0.3  13.0
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    227    16   112    63 - -    36 100.0   7.0  49.3  27.8      - -  15.9
Dept. of Defense     88    29    33    15  1    10 100.0  33.0  37.5  17.0   1.1  11.4
Indian Health Service     42    21    13     7 - -     1 100.0  50.0  31.0  16.7      - -   2.4
Other     12     5     5     1 - -     1 100.0  41.7  41.7   8.3      - -   8.3
Tribal government    285    96   126    52 - -    11 100.0  33.7  44.2  18.2      - -   3.9
1 Of 14,148 facilities, 163 (1 percent) facilities did not respond to the question. Percentages are based on the remaining 13,985 facilities.
  - - 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), 2013.
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Table 5.1a. Clients in treatment, according to type of care received, by facility operation: March 29, 2013
Number
Facility operation  Number of clients
Total Type of care received
Total out-
patient
Outpatient Total
residen-
tial
Residential
(non-hospital)
Total
hospital
inpatient
Hospital
inpatient
Regular Inten-
sive
Day
treatment
or partial
hospitali-
zation
Detox Methadone/
buprenorphine
maintenance
or Vivitrol®
treatment
Short-
term
Long-
term
Detox Treat-
ment
Detox
Total  1,249,629 1,127,235 603,315 147,162  22,828 13,839 340,091 107,727 27,184 70,299 10,244 14,667 8,899 5,768
Private non-profit   638,858 553,157 338,227  83,740  13,165  4,518 113,507  79,714 16,290 56,429 6,995 5,987 3,087 2,900
Private for-profit   430,362 407,562 157,942  41,583   7,361  7,085 193,591  17,292  7,031  7,647 2,614 5,508 3,503 2,005
Local, county, or community govt.    72,949  69,669  46,588   8,695   1,175    347  12,864   2,761    871  1,437   453   519   255   264
State government    35,812  30,089  15,131   3,871     360    352  10,375   3,661  1,236  2,304   121 2,062 1,709   353
Federal government    53,695  49,811  33,190   6,243     714  1,427   8,237   3,444  1,410  1,976    58   440   200   240
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    44,180  40,602  25,872   5,636     521  1,359   7,214   3,173  1,390  1,725    58   405   169   236
Dept. of Defense     6,685   6,544   5,920     432     162     24       6     119      6    113     - -    22    21     1
Indian Health Service     1,368   1,214     984     170      26     34        - -     152     14    138     - -     2     1     1
Other     1,462   1,451     414       5       5     10   1,017        - -       - -       - -     - -    11     9     2
Tribal government    17,953  16,947  12,237   3,030      53    110   1,517     855    346    506     3   151   145     6
- -  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), 2013.
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Table 5.1b. Clients in treatment, according to type of care received, by facility operation: March 29, 2013
Row percent distribution 
Facility operation  Row percent distribution
Total Type of care received
Total out-
patient
Outpatient Total
residen-
tial
Residential
(non-hospital)
Total
hospital
inpatient
Hospital
inpatient
Regular Inten-
sive
Day
treatment
or partial
hospitali-
zation
Detox Methadone/
buprenorphine
maintenance
or Vivitrol®
treatment
Short-
term
Long-
term
Detox Treat-
ment
Detox
Total  100.0  90.2  48.3  11.8   1.8   1.1  27.2   8.6   2.2   5.6   0.8   1.2   0.7   0.5
Private non-profit 100.0  86.6  52.9  13.1   2.1   0.7  17.8  12.5   2.5   8.8   1.1   0.9   0.5   0.5
Private for-profit 100.0  94.7  36.7   9.7   1.7   1.6  45.0   4.0   1.6   1.8   0.6   1.3   0.8   0.5
Local, county, or community govt. 100.0  95.5  63.9  11.9   1.6   0.5  17.6   3.8   1.2   2.0   0.6   0.7   0.3   0.4
State government 100.0  84.0  42.3  10.8   1.0   1.0  29.0  10.2   3.5   6.4   0.3   5.8   4.8   1.0
Federal government 100.0  92.8  61.8  11.6   1.3   2.7  15.3   6.4   2.6   3.7   0.1   0.8   0.4   0.4
Dept. of Veterans Affairs 100.0  91.9  58.6  12.8   1.2   3.1  16.3   7.2   3.1   3.9   0.1   0.9   0.4   0.5
Dept. of Defense 100.0  97.9  88.6   6.5   2.4   0.4   0.1   1.8   0.1   1.7      - -   0.3   0.3      *
Indian Health Service 100.0  88.7  71.9  12.4   1.9   2.5      - -  11.1   1.0  10.1      - -   0.1   0.1   0.1
Other 100.0  99.2  28.3   0.3   0.3   0.7  69.6      - -      - -      - -      - -   0.8   0.6   0.1
Tribal government 100.0  94.4  68.2  16.9   0.3   0.6   8.4   4.8   1.9   2.8      *   0.8   0.8      *
*  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), 2013.
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Table 5.1c. Clients in treatment, according to type of care received, by facility operation: March 29, 2013
Column percent distribution 
Facility operation  Column percent distribution
Total Type of care received
Total out-
patient
Outpatient Total
residen-
tial
Residential
(non-hospital)
Total
hospital
inpatient
Hospital
inpatient
Regular Inten-
sive
Day
treatment
or partial
hospitali-
zation
Detox Methadone/
buprenorphine
maintenance
or Vivitrol®
treatment
Short-
term
Long-
term
Detox Treat-
ment
Detox
Private non-profit  51.1  49.1  56.1  56.9  57.7  32.6  33.4  74.0  59.9  80.3  68.3  40.8  34.7  50.3
Private for-profit  34.4  36.2  26.2  28.3  32.2  51.2  56.9  16.1  25.9  10.9  25.5  37.6  39.4  34.8
Local, county, or community govt.   5.8   6.2   7.7   5.9   5.1   2.5   3.8   2.6   3.2   2.0   4.4   3.5   2.9   4.6
State government   2.9   2.7   2.5   2.6   1.6   2.5   3.1   3.4   4.5   3.3   1.2  14.1  19.2   6.1
Federal government   4.3   4.4   5.5   4.2   3.1  10.3   2.4   3.2   5.2   2.8   0.6   3.0   2.2   4.2
Dept. of Veterans Affairs   3.5   3.6   4.3   3.8   2.3   9.8   2.1   2.9   5.1   2.5   0.6   2.8   1.9   4.1
Dept. of Defense   0.5   0.6   1.0   0.3   0.7   0.2      *   0.1      *   0.2      - -   0.1   0.2      *
Indian Health Service   0.1   0.1   0.2   0.1   0.1   0.2      - -   0.1   0.1   0.2      - -      *      *      *
Other   0.1   0.1   0.1      *      *   0.1   0.3      - -      - -      - -      - -   0.1   0.1      *
Tribal government   1.4   1.5   2.0   2.1   0.2   0.8   0.4   0.8   1.3   0.7      *   1.0   1.6   0.1
Total 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
*  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), 2013.
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Table 5.2. Clients in treatment, according to substance abuse problem and diagnosed co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders,
by facility operation: March 29, 2013
Number and percent
Facility operation  Total1 Substance abuse problem Total2  Diagnosed co-
occurring mental and
substance abuse
disorders
Number of clients Percent distribution
Both
alcohol
and drug
abuse
Drug
abuse only
Alcohol
abuse only
Total Both
alcohol
and drug
abuse
Drug
abuse
only
Alcohol
abuse only
Number of
clients
Percent
Total 1,242,837 534,078 491,903 216,856 100.0  43.0  39.6  17.4 1,239,436 563,071  45.4
Private non-profit   637,392 305,445 220,398 111,549 100.0  47.9  34.6  17.5   634,836 303,927  47.9
Private for-profit   427,508 141,429 220,940  65,139 100.0  33.1  51.7  15.2   426,847 169,033  39.6
Local, county, or community govt.    72,493  35,674  23,235  13,584 100.0  49.2  32.1  18.7    72,474  32,928  45.4
State government    33,883  14,601  14,426   4,856 100.0  43.1  42.6  14.3    33,731  15,493  45.9
Federal government    53,685  27,851   9,037  16,797 100.0  51.9  16.8  31.3    53,686  33,765  62.9
Dept. of Veterans Affairs    44,180  24,311   7,894  11,975 100.0  55.0  17.9  27.1    44,180  29,490  66.7
Dept. of Defense     6,675   1,569     832   4,274 100.0  23.5  12.5  64.0     6,676   3,053  45.7
Indian Health Service     1,368     821     196     351 100.0  60.0  14.3  25.7     1,368     699  51.1
Other     1,462   1,150     115     197 100.0  78.7   7.9  13.5     1,462     523  35.8
Tribal government    17,877   9,079   3,868   4,930 100.0  50.8  21.6  27.6    17,862   7,925  44.4
1 Of 1,249,629 clients, the 6,792 clients (1 percent) reported by the 257 facilities that did not respond to the substance abuse problem question (Q31) were excluded.
2 Of 1,249,629 clients, the 10,193 clients (1 percent) reported by the 384 facilities that did not respond to the co-occurring disorders question (Q32) were excluded.
NOTE: Numbers and percentages may not sum to totals 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), 2013.
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Table 5.3. Clients under age 18 in treatment, according to type of care received, by facility operation: March 29, 2013
Number and percent distribution
Facility operation  Number of clients under age 18 Percent distribution
Total1  Type of care received Total Type of care received
Outpatient Residential
(non-
hospital)
Hospital
inpatient
Outpatient Residential
(non-
hospital)
Hospital
inpatient
Total  78,156 69,184 8,071   901 100.0  88.5  10.3   1.2
Private non-profit 50,147 43,991 5,935   221 100.0  87.7  11.8   0.4
Private for-profit 17,631 15,624 1,581   426 100.0  88.6   9.0   2.4
Local, county, or community govt.  5,510  5,442    66     2 100.0  98.8   1.2      *
State government  2,129  1,692   186   251 100.0  79.5   8.7  11.8
Federal government    414    297   117     - - 100.0  71.7  28.3      - -
Dept. of Veterans Affairs 18 18 0 0 100.0 100.0      - -      - -
Dept. of Defense 31 31 0 0 100.0 100.0      - -      - -
Indian Health Service    316    199   117     - - 100.0  63.0  37.0      - -
Other 49 49 0 0 100.0 100.0      - -      - -
Tribal government  2,325  2,138   186     1 100.0  92.0   8.0      *
1 Nineteen facilities reporting 2,520 total clients did not respond to the question about clients under age 18.
- -  Quantity is zero.
*  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), 2013.
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Table 6.1. N-SSATS facilities, by status, response rate, mode of response, and state or jurisdiction: 2013
State or
jurisdiction1
Total
facilities
in survey
Closed/
ineligible2
Eligible Response
rate3
(Percent)
Total
included
in report4
Mode of response5
(Percent distribution)
Total
eligible 
Total
respondents
Total Internet Mail Telephone
Total  18,048  2,552 15,496 14,630  94.4 14,148 100.0  87.3   2.4  10.3
Alabama     181     18    163    156  95.7    154 100.0  90.9   2.6   6.5
Alaska     124     20    104     98  94.2     93 100.0  86.0   2.2  11.8
Arizona     399     48    351    323  92.0    313 100.0  85.3   1.3  13.4
Arkansas     124     25     99     92  92.9     89 100.0  84.3   2.2  13.5
California   2,008    274  1,734  1,632  94.1  1,551 100.0  85.8   2.4  11.8
Colorado     672    131    541    512  94.6    488 100.0  82.4   3.1  14.5
Connecticut     260     36    224    216  96.4    212 100.0  88.7   0.5  10.8
Delaware      49      6     43     43 100.0     42 100.0  90.5      - -   9.5
District of Columbia     45      6     39     38  97.4     37 100.0  83.8   2.7  13.5
Florida     856    126    730    649  88.9    622 100.0  88.1   3.1   8.8
Georgia     621    203    418    365  87.3    360 100.0  78.9   3.3  17.8
Hawaii     133      3    130    127  97.7    123 100.0  94.3   0.8   4.9
Idaho     148     26    122    120  98.4    117 100.0  85.5   0.9  13.7
Illinois     865    166    699    675  96.6    650 100.0  90.8   2.0   7.2
Indiana     343     38    305    285  93.4    275 100.0  92.7   1.8   5.5
Iowa     187     21    166    165  99.4    144 100.0  91.0   2.1   6.9
Kansas     268     45    223    215  96.4    210 100.0  91.0   1.9   7.1
Kentucky     397     41    356    333  93.5    328 100.0  83.5   4.0  12.5
Louisiana     245     56    189    177  93.7    166 100.0  86.1   1.2  12.7
Maine     277     33    244    223  91.4    222 100.0  83.3   2.7  14.0
Maryland     441     48    393    370  94.1    360 100.0  89.2   2.2   8.6
Massachusetts     398     44    354    330  93.2    316 100.0  88.0   2.8   9.2
Michigan     607     78    529    494  93.4    489 100.0  86.3   3.3  10.4
Minnesota     397     29    368    364  98.9    354 100.0  92.4   2.3   5.4
Mississippi     125     18    107    104  97.2    101 100.0  84.2   5.0  10.9
Missouri     335     67    268    262  97.8    258 100.0  91.9   1.2   7.0
Montana      88     11     77     76  98.7     72 100.0  90.3   1.4   8.3
Nebraska     153     24    129    118  91.5    114 100.0  90.4   2.6   7.0
Nevada    111    15     96     89  92.7     81 100.0  82.7   7.4   9.9
New Hampshire     67     9     58     55  94.8     55 100.0  70.9  10.9  18.2
New Jersey    439    43    396    376  94.9    372 100.0  84.7   4.0  11.3
New Mexico    200    48    152    141  92.8    139 100.0  82.7   2.2  15.1
New York  1,079   127    952    936  98.3    905 100.0  91.3   2.0   6.7
North Carolina    653   150    503    447  88.9    433 100.0  82.9   3.7  13.4
North Dakota     77     8     69     69 100.0     65 100.0  83.1   3.1  13.8
Ohio    468    57    411    392  95.4    378 100.0  87.3   0.8  11.9
Oklahoma    261    21    240    230  95.8    223 100.0  82.5   3.6  13.9
Oregon    287    16    271    258  95.2    246 100.0  86.6   2.0  11.4
Pennsylvania    634    47    587    559  95.2    539 100.0  88.1   3.2   8.7
Puerto Rico    198    13    185    161  87.0    161 100.0  83.9   3.7  12.4
Rhode Island     70     5     65     62  95.4     62 100.0  87.1   1.6  11.3
South Carolina    124    10    114    112  98.2    111 100.0  91.0   0.9   8.1
South Dakota