Substance Abuse Reports & Statistics
Funded Adult Admissions by Fiscal Year and Client Demographics - State Fiscal Years 2001 - 2014 (Updated
May 07, 2015)
The Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health (DSAMH) has been tracking adult admissions to publicly funded
treatment from State Fiscal Year (SFY) 2001
through State Fiscal Year 2014. A table detailing admissions by primary drug at admission, age,
gender, race, and hispanic origin are provided in the attached file.
- Demographics of Adult Clients Receiving
Treatment from DSAMH Funded Treatment Programs (Added May 21, 2013)
A table detailing
demographic information on clients admitted to DSAMH funded treatment programs for SFY 2012 is provided
in the attached file.
Drug for Alcohol and Drug Admissions to DSAMH Funded Treatment Programs (Updated May 7, 2015)
DSAMH pays particular attention to the primary drug at admission and has created a bar graph displaying
the data from SFY 2001 through 2014.
- Admissions for Primary Drugs
Trend over time of adult (age
18 and over) admissions for primary drugs
- Delaware Substance Abuse Treatment Caseload
(Added November 03, 2011)
As of June 30, 2010 (end of SFY 2010) the Substance Abuse Treatment
facilities of New Castle, Kent, and Sussex counties had 3,950 individuals in treatment.
This report shows the distribution of the level of care for those individuals and the caseloads from the
end of previous fiscal years.
of Delaware Profile of Drug Indicators. Issued by the Office of National Drug
Friday May 08 2015