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DAYWAIT: DAYS WAITING TO ENTER TREATMENT

Indicates the number of days from the first contact or 
request for service until the client was admitted and 
the first clinical service was provided.

Guidelines: This item is intended to capture the number
of days the client must wait to begin treatment because
of program capacity, treatment availability, admissions 
requirements, or other program requirements. It should 
not include time delays caused by client unavailability
or client failure to meet any requirement or obligation.
            
ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
0 - 122,3597.9%
1 - 9,4840.6%
2 - 4,9140.3%
3 - 4,2660.3%
4 - 3,2950.2%
5 - 4,1150.3%
6 - 2,5130.2%
7 - 5,6330.4%
8 - 1,8480.1%
9 - 1,3080.1%
10 - 2,3410.2%
11 - 8000.1%
12 - 1,0810.1%
13 - 9200.1%
14 - 2,5850.2%
15 - 1,3070.1%
16 - 5810.0%
17 - 4860.0%
18 - 5450.0%
19 - 4970.0%
20 - 1,0030.1%
21 - 1,1740.1%
22 - 4460.0%
23 - 2950.0%
24 - 3080.0%
25 - 3960.0%
26 - 2590.0%
27 - 3730.0%
28 - 5360.0%
29 - 3080.0%
30 - 1,7520.1%
31 - 2750.0%
32 - 2420.0%
33 - 1900.0%
34 - 2350.0%
35 - 3640.0%
36 - 1860.0%
37 - 1670.0%
38 - 1370.0%
39 - 1000.0%
40 - 2830.0%
41 - 1540.0%
42 - 2050.0%
43 - 1060.0%
44 - 830.0%
45 - 2680.0%
46 - 690.0%
47 - 650.0%
48 - 1060.0%
49 - 1040.0%
Missing Data
-9 MISSING/UNKNOWN/NOT COLLECTED/INVALID 1,363,89288.1%
Total 1,548,753 100%

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Based upon 184,861 valid cases out of 1,548,753 total cases.

Summary Statistics

Location: 56-58 (width: 3; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

(Range of) Missing Values: -9

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: Treatment Episode Data Set -- Admissions (TEDS-A), 1992.

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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.