TRMTNEED: NEEDED TRMT IN PST YR FOR ILLICIT DRUG ABUSE
NOTE: The remaining variables in this section are recoded variables that were created from one or more of the preceding edited variables from this same section or from other sections. These next questions deal with treatment for alcohol and drug problems, not including cigarettes. For these questions we are interested in treatment designed to help you reduce or stop your alcohol or drug use. We are also interested in treatment for medical problems associated with your alcohol or drug use. A respondent was defined with illicit drug abuse treatment need (TRMTNEED) if they met any one of the following 4 criteria in the past year: (1) dependent on any illicit drug (DEPILL=1) (2) used marijuana daily, or used some other illicit drug on at least 52 days (IRMJFY = 363, 364, 365) OR (IRSEDFY or IRSTMFY or IRANLFY or IRTRNFY or IRHALFY or IRCOCFY or IRINHFY = 52-365) (3) were injection drug users or used heroin (CONDLREC=1,2 or HRNDLREC=1,2 or STNDLREC=1,2) OR (HERREC=1,2 or HRSMKREC=1,2 or HRSNFREC=1,2) (4) received any treatment for drug abuse from a location such as a hospital, rehabilitation facility (in or out patient), mental health center, emergency room, private doctor's office, jail/prison, self-help group, or some other place. (TXYRADG=2,3,5,6,11,12) AND (TXYRHOSP or TXYRRFIN or TXYRRFOP or TXYRMHC or TXYRTXER or TXYRDOC or TXYRJAIL or TXYRSHG or TXYRSOP = 1,3,5)
|1||Yes (See comment above)||3,044||5.7%|
Based upon 53,560 valid cases out of 53,560 total cases.
- mean: 0.06
- median: 0.00
- mode: 0.00
- minimum: 0
- maximum: 1
- standard deviation: 0.23
Location: 2400-2401 (width: 2; decimal: 0)
Variable Type: numeric
Source: This variable was taken from: National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 1999.
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Disclaimer: The frequencies for this variable may not be weighted. They are purely descriptive and may not be representative of the study population. Please use with caution and consult the study documentation.
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