"Among the 9.5 million adults aged 18 or older in 2019 who had a co-occurring SUD [Substance Use Disorder] and AMI [Any Mental Illness] in the past year (2019 DT 10.6), 48.6 percent (or 4.6 million people) received either substance use treatment at a specialty facility or mental health services in the past year, 38.7 percent (or 3.7 million people) received only mental health services, and 7.8 percent (or 742,000 people) received both substance use treatment at a specialty facility and mental health services (Figure 80 and 2019 DT 10.27).
"In the 2015 reporting period, six states and jurisdictions (Connecticut [adults only], the District of Columbia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and Puerto Rico) reported a total of 417,443 admissions to MH-TEDS [Mental Health Treatment Episode Data Set]. [Table 7.1]:
" Of admissions who began treatment prior to the 2015 reporting period, 69 percent of admissions received treatment in community programs, 57 percent in residential treatment centers, 43 percent in state psychiatric hospitals, and 31 percent in institutions under the justice system [Table 7.1].
"For the 2013 reporting period, 45 states reported that a total of 5,576,659 individuals received mental health services; for the 2014 reporting period, 47 states reported that a total of 5,818,881 individuals received mental health services; for the 2015 reporting period, 45 states reported that a total of 5,311,897 individuals received mental health services; for the 2016 reporting period, 47 states reported that a total of 5,813,339 individuals received mental health services; for the 2017 reporting period, 48 states reported that a total of 5,934,383 individuals received mental health s
"Of the 105,860 clients who received inpatient mental health treatment services on April 29, 2016, 32 percent were in general hospitals, 29 percent were in public psychiatric hospitals, and 28 percent were in private psychiatric hospitals."
"NSDUH includes questions that are used to identify people who needed substance use treatment (i.e., treatment for problems related to the use of alcohol or illicit drugs) in the past year. For NSDUH, people are defined as needing substance use treatment if they had an SUD in the past year or if they received substance use treatment at a specialty facility32 in the past year.33,34
Prevalence of Marijuana Use in Lifetime, Past Year, and Past Month among Persons in the US Aged 12 or Older, by Demographic Characteristics: Number in Thousands
" Marijuana/hashish was reported as the primary substance of abuse by 14 percent of TEDS admissions aged 12 and older in 2015 [Table 1.1b].
" The average age at admission for primary marijuana/hashish admissions was 26 years [Table 2.1b]. Thirty-one percent of marijuana/hashish admissions were under age 20 (vs. 7 percent of all admissions combined), and primary marijuana/hashish abuse accounted for 78 percent of admissions aged 12 to 14 and 75 percent of admissions aged 15 to 17 years [Table 2.1c].
Estimated Prevalence of Cannabis Dependence or Abuse in the US
" Among people aged 12 or older, the percentage who were past year marijuana users increased from 11.0 percent (or 25.8 million people) in 2002 to 17.5 percent (or 48.2 million people) in 2019. Over this same period, the percentage who were past year cocaine users decreased
from 2.5 percent (or 5.9 million people) to 2.0 percent (or 5.5 million people).
" In 2013, among the 20.2 million persons aged 12 or older who were classified as needing substance use treatment but not receiving treatment at a specialty facility in the past year, 908,000 persons (4.5 percent) reported that they perceived a need for treatment for their illicit drug or alcohol use problem (Figure 7.10). Of these 908,000 persons who felt they needed treatment but did not receive treatment in 2013, 316,000 (34.8 percent) reported that they made an effort to get treatment, and 592,000 (65.2 percent) reported making no effort to get treatment.