National Addiction & HIV Data Archive Program

AMHOUTP3: RCVD OUTPATIENT MENTAL HEALTH TRT IN PST YR

NOTE: The variables in this section are recoded variables
that were created from one or more variables from the
following sections: Adult Mental Health Treatment or Recoded
Substance Treatment.

NOTE:  AMHOUTP3 is similar to the variable AMHOUTP2
which was created above. The only difference is
that those respondents who reported receiving outpatient
mental health treatment/counseling in the past year at "Some
Other Place" (AUOPTYR=1 and AUOPOTOP=1) only and their
write-in response was classified as an invalid outpatient
mental health treatment/counseling location or alternative
treatment/support (AUOPYRS2=7,8,10,11) are defined as SAS
missing instead of having a positive response. In addition
to the responses described above, like AMHOUTP2, AMHOUTP3
was also defined as SAS missing for persons aged 12-17 and
those coded as bad data, legitimate skip, don't know,
refused, or blank (AUOPTYR=85,89,94,97,98,99).

AMHOUTP3 was assigned a positive response if a respondent
indicated they had received outpatient mental health
treatment/counseling in the past year (AUOPTYR=1) and they
did not indicate an alternative source or invalid outpatient
location (AUOPYRS2=7,8,10,11) as their only location for
outpatient treatment..
            
ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
1 Yes (See comment above) 2,8055.1%
2 No (AUOPTYR=2) 34,11361.8%
Missing Data
-9 Unknown/Aged 12-17 (See comment above) 18,31233.2%
Total 55,230 100%

Based upon 36,918 valid cases out of 55,230 total cases.

Location: 4077-4078 (width: 2; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

(Range of) Missing Values: -9

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2003.

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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.