Table 4.22a. Facility licensing, certification, or accreditation of facilities with Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs), by type of care offered: 2011
Number
Type of care offered     Number of facilities with OTPs1,2
Total3 Any listed
agency/
organization
Licensing, certification, or accreditation organization
State
substance
abuse
agency
State mental health department State
department
of health
Hospital
licensing
authority
Joint
Commis-
sion4
CARF4 NCQA4 COA4 Other State/
local agency/
organization
Total 1,189 1,187 1,076 319 697 104 343 793 42 72 119
Outpatient 1,111 1,109 1,006 299 639 77 292 771 31 66 116
Regular 764 762 696 228 441 56 200 533 22 48 88
Intensive  315 314 275 114 192 44 114 198 11 16 37
Detoxification 584 583 537 163 295 30 126 433 17 51 75
Day treatment/partial hospitalization 72 72 54 23 45 25 46 30 3 3 12
Methadone maintenance  1,059 1,057 963 284 604 60 259 756 28 65 112
Residential (non-hospital) 90 90 70 23 52 21 55 41 6 4 7
Detoxification 48 48 39 15 30 8 26 25 4 1 2
Short-term treatment (30 days or fewer) 74 74 56 20 43 21 51 30 5 3 7
Long-term treatment (more than 30 days) 50 50 41 18 27 12 29 24 2 2 4
Hospital inpatient 100 100 75 33 72 55 86 21 10 8 8
Detoxification 97 97 72 32 69 53 84 20 9 7 6
Treatment 77 77 57 26 54 44 65 15 9 7 8
1 Facilities that have Opioid Treatment Programs certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
2 Number of facilities sums to more than the Total column because a facility could report more than one licensing, certification, or accreditation organization.
3 Number of facilities sums to more than the total because a facility could offer more than one type of care.
4 Joint Commission was formerly JCAHO (Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations); CARF was formerly Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities; NCQA = National Committee for Quality Assurance; COA = Council on Accreditation.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), 2011.

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