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Table 7 Residential substance abuse treatment units' capacity, admissions and special population

From: A descriptive survey of types, spread and characteristics of substance abuse treatment centers in Nigeria

Total = 16
Variable Sum Mean Median Mode Min Max
Capacity and admission       
   Treatment unit's client capacity 566 35.38 27.5 20 12 80
   Clients admitted in the unit, including readmissions, between June 1, 2010 and May 31, 2011 1132 70.75 38 20 0 266
   Clients admitted more than once between June 1, 2010 and May 31, 2011. 155 9.69 3 0 0 65
   New clients (Clients who had not asked for help in unit before) admitted in the unit June 1, 2010 and May 31, 2011. 765 47.81 26.5 0 0 147
Special population on admission       
   Dual diagnosed currently on admission (%)   40.425 30 5.0 0 100
   Dual diagnosed: past one year (%)   42.904 42.5 45 0 96
   Adolescents: currently on admission(%)   17.2 10.5 0 0 88
   Adolescents: past one year (%)   19.28 7.5 0 0 75
   Probationers or parolees (%)   5.29 0 0 0 25
   Probationers or parolees: past one year (%)   7.36 0 0 0 46
   Females: currently on admission(%)   6.16 2 0 0 20
   Females: past one year (%)   11.03 5 0 0 60
Treatment completion June 1, 2010 and May 31, 2011       
   Completed (%)   70.17 79 60 0 100
   Dropped out (%)   9.01 2.5 0.0 0 40
   Absconded (%)   4.33 1.5 0 0 25
   Premature discharge due to non-payment of overdue fees (%)   2.56 0 0 0 15
   Premature discharge due to use of illicit drug within or outside the premises (%)   4.16 0 0 0 20
   Premature discharge due to violent behavior (%)   2.96 1 0 0 20
   Premature discharge due to violation of other rules and regulations of the unit (%)   1.56 0 0 0 10