ANYSMH: YTH RCVD SPECIALTY MENTAL HEALTH SRVC IN PST YR
NOTE: The following five variables were created to generate multi-year trend estimates for the 2007 Detailed Tables. These variables contain information on the general types of mental health services received by youths in the past year for problems with behavior or emotions that were not caused by alcohol or drugs. The following variable, ANYSMH, indicates whether a youth reported receiving specialty mental health services in the past year from any of 7 specific inpatient/residential or outpatient specialty sources for problems with behavior or emotions that were not caused by alcohol or drugs. This variable was created based on the following 7 source of treatment variables: stayed overnight in a hospital (YHOSP), stayed in a residential treatment facility (YRESID), spent time in foster care (YFOST), spent time in a day treatment facility (YDAYTRT), received treatment from a mental health clinic (YCLIN), from a private therapist (YTHER), and from an in-home therapist (YHOME). Youths who reported a positive response (source variable=1) to one or more of the 7 questions were included in the yes category regardless of how many of the 7 questions they answered. Youths who did not report a positive response, but answered all 7 of the questions were included in the no category. Youths who did not report a positive response and did not answer all the questions, and adults were included in the unknown/18+ category.
|0||No (All above source variables=0)||15,649||28.1%|
|1||Yes (Any above source variable=1)||2,475||4.5%|
|-9||Unknown/Aged 18+ (See comment above)||37,478||67.4%|
Based upon 18,124 valid cases out of 55,602 total cases.
Location: 5336-5337 (width: 2; decimal: 0)
Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Missing Values: -9
Source: This variable was taken from: National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2004.
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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.