T_CLI9: Residential Clients, Short-term Tx

32a. On March 31, 2009, how many clients received the following
RESIDENTIAL substance abuse services at this facility?

(2) Residential short-term treatment, similar to ASAM Level
III.5. (Clinically managed high-intensity residential 
treatment, typically 30 days or less)

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 - 2,13115.8%
1 - 360.3%
2 - 630.5%
3 - 430.3%
4 - 460.3%
5 - 620.5%
6 - 570.4%
7 - 430.3%
8 - 530.4%
9 - 340.3%
10 - 780.6%
11 - 250.2%
12 - 430.3%
13 - 330.2%
14 - 300.2%
15 - 620.5%
16 - 440.3%
17 - 200.1%
18 - 240.2%
19 - 180.1%
20 - 510.4%
21 - 110.1%
22 - 240.2%
23 - 210.2%
24 - 140.1%
25 - 220.2%
26 - 140.1%
27 - 120.1%
28 - 200.1%
29 - 60.0%
30 - 290.2%
31 - 60.0%
32 - 130.1%
33 - 60.0%
34 - 80.1%
35 - 120.1%
36 - 70.1%
37 - 20.0%
38 - 50.0%
39 - 30.0%
40 - 190.1%
41 - 50.0%
42 - 60.0%
43 - 40.0%
44 - 30.0%
45 - 60.0%
46 - 50.0%
47 - 20.0%
48 - 50.0%
49 - 40.0%
Missing Data
-6 Logical Skip 10,11374.8%
-1 Don't Know 10.0%
Total 13,513 100%

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Based upon 3,399 valid cases out of 13,513 total cases.

Summary Statistics

  • mean: 7.59
  • median: 0.00
  • mode: 0.00
  • minimum: 0
  • maximum: 300
  • standard deviation: 17.42

Location: 498-500 (width: 3; 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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