T_CLI8: Outpatient Clients, Day Tx/Partial Hosp

33a. How many clients received each of the following 
OUTPATIENT substance abuse services at this facility
during March 2009?

(3) Outpatient day treatment or partial hospitalization, 
similar to ASAM Level II.5. (20 or more hours per week)

ONLY INCLUDE clients who received treatment in March AND
were still enrolled in treatment on March 31, 2009.

COUNT a client in one service only, even if the client
received multiple services.

DO NOT count family members, friends, or other non-treatment
clients.

Note: ASAM is the American Society of Addiction Medicine
            
ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
0 - 9,16467.8%
1 - 580.4%
2 - 630.5%
3 - 570.4%
4 - 300.2%
5 - 490.4%
6 - 450.3%
7 - 300.2%
8 - 400.3%
9 - 160.1%
10 - 680.5%
11 - 150.1%
12 - 410.3%
13 - 170.1%
14 - 110.1%
15 - 450.3%
16 - 110.1%
17 - 170.1%
18 - 80.1%
19 - 90.1%
20 - 570.4%
21 - 40.0%
22 - 120.1%
23 - 30.0%
24 - 110.1%
25 - 310.2%
26 - 60.0%
27 - 40.0%
28 - 50.0%
29 - 50.0%
30 - 220.2%
31 - 40.0%
32 - 60.0%
33 - 20.0%
34 - 20.0%
35 - 110.1%
37 - 60.0%
38 - 30.0%
39 - 50.0%
40 - 220.2%
41 - 30.0%
42 - 30.0%
43 - 20.0%
44 - 10.0%
45 - 90.1%
46 - 20.0%
47 - 10.0%
48 - 20.0%
49 - 20.0%
50 - 150.1%
Missing Data
-6 Logical Skip 3,37024.9%
-1 Don't Know 10.0%
Total 13,513 100%

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Based upon 10,142 valid cases out of 13,513 total cases.

Summary Statistics

  • mean: 2.35
  • median: 0.00
  • mode: 0.00
  • minimum: 0
  • maximum: 1974
  • standard deviation: 24.45

Location: 547-550 (width: 4; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

(Range of) Missing Values: -10 , -9 , -8 , -7 , -6 , -5 , -4 , -2 , -1

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2009.

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