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The rate of current alcohol use among youths aged 12 to 17 was 14.6 percent in 2008, which is lower than it was in 2007, when it was 15.9 percent. Youth binge and heavy drinking rates were 8.8 and 2.0 percent, respectively. The 2008 rate for youth binge drinking is also lower than the 2007 rate, which was 9.7 percent.
Current illicit drug use differed by employment status in 2009. Among adults aged 18 or older, the rate of illicit drug use was higher for unemployed persons (17.0 percent) than for those who were employed full time (8.0 percent) or part time (11.5 percent). Among those in the "other" employment category, which includes retired persons, disabled persons, homemakers, students, and other persons not in the labor force, the rate of current illicit drug use increased from 4.9 percent in 2008 to 6.0 percent in 2009.
Predictors of Substance Abuse Treatment Completion or Transfer to Further Treatment by Service Type SAMHSA's annual Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) not only provides data on completion rates but on significant predictors of treatment completion for those with discharge information provided by the States for their specialty substance abuse treatment facilities. In general, the significant predictors of substance abuse treatment completion or transfer for clients discharged in 2005 were: alcohol as the primary substance of abuse, less than daily use at admission, being over age 40, having 12 or more years of education, being White, referral to treatment by the criminal justice system, and being employed. Among clients discharged from intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment, men were more likely than women to complete treatment or be transferred for further treatment to another program or facility. Among clients discharged from long term residential substance abuse treatment, women were more likely than men to complete treatment or be transferred for further treatment to another program or facility. Clients referred by the criminal justice system were 58% more likely to complete outpatient treatment or be transferred to further treatment than clients from any other referral source.
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