Appendix Table 1. State data system reporting characteristics: 2010
State or jurisdiction Facilities reporting TEDS data to the State SSA Eligible clients Change of service within episode Change of provider within episode
Facilities required to report to the State SSA1 Facilities reporting voluntarily to the State SSA
Alabama Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility Admission Admission
Alaska Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility Transfer Admission
Arizona Facilities that receive State/public funding None State/public-funded clients only n/a2 n/a2
Arkansas Facilities that are licensed by State SSA State Community Correction
   facilities
Some private facilities
All clients in a licensed facility Transfer Admission
California Facilities that receive State funding
All licensed narcotic treatment facilities
None All clients in facility except DUI Transfer Transfer
Colorado State-licensed facilities
Methadone facilities
Community-based juvenile and adult justice treatment programs,
   except institutionally-based
None All clients receiving substance abuse
   treatment services in facility
Admission Admission
Connecticut Facilities that receive State/public funding (including corrections)
Facilities serving adults that are licensed by State Dept of Public
   Health
Some facilities treating youth < 18
General hospitals funded by SSA
None All clients in facility Admission Admission
Delaware Facilities that receive State/public funding, excluding:
- Child/youth services
- Most Medicaid-funded services
- Most criminal justice system services
None State/public-funded clients only Admission Admission
Dist. of Columbia Facilities that receive State/public funding None State/public-funded clients only Transfer Admission
Florida Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility Transfer Admission
Georgia Facilities that receive SAPT/BG, State and Medicaid funding
   through the State SSA (this includes Medicaid for foster
   children, aged, blind, and disabled individuals)
None SSA funded clients with SA or
   co-occurring SA and MH disorders
Admission Admission
Hawaii Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility Admission Admission
Idaho Facilities that receive State/public funding None State/public-funded clients only Transfer Admission
Illinois Facilities that receive funding through the State SSA (this
   includes Medicaid paid sub-acute addiction treatment services)
None State/public-funded clients only Transfer Admission
Indiana Facilities that receive State/public funding None State/public-funded clients only Transfer Admission
Iowa Facilities that receive State/public funding
Facilities that are licensed/certified by State SSA
Medicare-certified facilities
State prison
DHS youth facility
All clients in facility Transfer Admission
Kansas Facilities that receive State/public funding
Medicaid-certified facilities
Department of Corrections 4th-time DUI facilities
None All clients in facility Transfer Transfer
Kentucky Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility Transfer Admission
Louisiana Facilities that receive State/public funding
State programs
None State/public-funded clients only Admission Admission
Maine Facilities that receive State/Federal/public funding
Facilities licensed by the State 

Some private substance
   abuse providers report
          
 
   
All clients in facility Admission Admission
Maryland Facilities that receive state/public funding None All clients in facility Transfer Admission
Massachusetts Facilities that are licensed/certified and hold a contract with the
 State SSA
Houses of corrections and
  some private Opioid
  treatment programs that
  do not have a contract
  with the State
All clients in facility Admission Admission
Michigan Facilities that receive State/public funding
Medicaid providers of substance abuse treatment
None Clients whose services are
   supported by State/public funds
   through the Dept of Community
   Health, including Medicaid
Transfer Transfer
Minnesota Providers serving publicly-funded clients None All clients in facility Admission Admission
Mississippi Facilities that receive State/public funding
Facilities certified by Mental Health Department
None All clients in facility Transfer Admission
Missouri Facilities that receive State/public funding None State/public-funded clients only Transfer Admission
Montana Facilities that receive State/public funding
Facilities that are licensed/certified by State SSA
None All clients in facility except DUI clients Transfer Admission
Nebraska Facilities that receive SSA-administered State/public funding None State/public-funded clients only Admission Admission
Nevada Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility Transfer Transfer
New Hampshire Facilities that receive State/public funding, Methadone,
 Maintenanace facilities
None State/public-funded clients only Transfer Admission
New Jersey Facilities that receive State/public funding
Facilities that are licensed/certified by State SSA
Facilities in State intoxicated driver program

Some private facilities and
   solo practitioners
All clients in facility Admission Admission
New Mexico Facilities that receive SSA substance abuse funding None SSA funded clients with SA or
   co-occurring SA and MH disorders
Transfer Transfer
New York Facilities that receive State/public funding
Facilities that are licensed/certified by State SSA
None All clients in facility Admission Admission
North Carolina Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility Transfer Transfer
North Dakota Eight State Divisional service centers and other facilities
   receiving SAPT block grant funds
One State hospital
Some private facilities All clients in State Hospital and
  Regional Human Services Centers
  Small privates report only SAPT-
  funded clients
n/a3 Admission
Ohio Facilities that receive State/public funding None State/public-funded clients only Admission Admission
Oklahoma Facilities that receive State/public funding None State/public-funded clients only Transfer Admission
Oregon Facilities that receive State/public funding or are required
   because they provide DUI or methadone treatment
None All clients in facility Admission Admission
Pennsylvania Facilities that receive SAPT BG/State funds through the Dept of
   Health; this includes some but not all Medicaid funds spent on
   substance abuse diagnoses
Some, but not all, county
   prisons, hospitals, and
   private providers and solo
   practitioners
State/public-funded clients only are
   required; data on all clients are
   requested and received from some
   facilities
Admission Admission
Puerto Rico Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility Admission Admission
Rhode Island Facilities that receive State/public funding
Facilities that are licensed/certified by State SSA
VA Hospital reports voluntarily
None All clients in facility Admission Admission
South Carolina Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility Transfer Admission
South Dakota Facilities that receive State/public funding
Facilities that are licensed/certified by State SSA Medicare-
  certified facilities
Solo practitioners licensed/certified by State SSA
None All clients in facility Transfer Admission
Tennessee Facilities that receive State/public funding None State/public-funded clients only Transfer Admission
Texas Facilities that receive State/public funding None State/public-funded clients only Admission Admission
Utah Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility Transfer Transfer
Vermont Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility Transfer Admission
Virginia Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility n/a3 Admission
Washington Facilities that receive State/public funding
Medicare-certified facilities
State-certified privately
   funded methadone
   treatment programs
State/public-funded clients only are
   required; data on all clients are
   requested and received from some
   facilities
Transfer Transfer
West Virginia Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility Transfer Transfer
Wisconsin Facilities that receive State/public funding None State/public-funded clients only Admission Admission
Wyoming Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in a facility Admission Admission
1 "State/public funding" generally refers to funding by the State Substance Abuse Agency but may also include funding by another public agency.
2 Neither an admission nor transfer record results from a change in service or provider.
3 Neither an admission nor transfer record results from a change in service within a provider.
n/a  Not applicable.
SOURCE: State Substance Abuse Agencies, January 2012.

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