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1 New Jersey Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Substance Abuse Overview 2014 Morris County Prepared by Limei Zhu Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Office of Planning, Research, Evaluation and Prevention Trenton, New Jersey May 2015

2 Chris Christie Governor DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES DIVISION OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES 222 SOUTH WARREN STREET PO BOX 700 TRENTON, NJ May 2015 Elizabeth Connolly Act Commissioner LYNN A. KOVICH Assistant Commissioner This statewide Substance Abuse Overview provides statistics on substance abuse treatment in New Jersey for calendar year In 2014 there were 65,553 treatment admissions and 62,525 discharges reported to the New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services by substance abuse treatment providers. These reports were submitted through the web-based New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ- SAMS). A few changes in this report now include on Fee-For-Services admissions, Federal Poverty Level and discharge continuing care. Reports for individual counties include: Admissions for Substance Abuse Treatment by County of Residence Admissions for Substance Abuse Treatment by County of Treatment Provider Substance Abuse Admissions by Municipality and Primary Drug Substance Abuse Admissions by Primary Drug within Municipality Map for Number of Substance Abuse Admissions by Municipality of Residence Admissions by Municipality of Residence, Age Group and Primary Drug Admissions by Age Group, Gender and Primary Drug Discharges for Substance Abuse Treatment by County of Residence Discharges for Substance Abuse Treatment by County of Treatment Provider If you have any questions about this report you may contact us by at or by telephone at (609) Sincerely, Suzanne Borys, Ed. D., Assistant Division Director Office of Planning, Research, Evaluation and Prevention

3 New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions 1/1/ /31/2014 Resident of Morris County Primary Drug** Highest School Grade Completed Alcohol % Completed High School 1,197 49% Heroin % Some College % Other Opiates 134 6% Cocaine 84 4% Employment Status Marijuana % Unemployed % Other Drugs 47 2% Student 71 3% Not in Labor Force % Intravenous Drug Users % Employed Full/Part Time % Not Assessed 185 8% Smoke Tobacco (Yes)** 1,477 66% Living Arrangement Level of Care Homeless 106 4% Outpatient Care (OP) % Dependent Living/Institution % Intensive Outpatient (IOP) % Independent Living 1,888 77% Partial Hospitalization 30 1% Opioid Maintenance OP 115 5% Marital Status Opioid Maintenance IOP 0 0% Single/Divorced 2,030 82% Extended Care 0 0% Married/Civil Union % Halfway House 68 3% Widowed 37 2% Long-Term Residential 84 3% Separated 101 4% Short-Term Residential % Hospital Based Residential 0 0% Legal Problem* Detox Residential 228 9% None % Detox Hospital 0 0% Case Pending % Detox Outpatient Non-Methadone 2 0% Probation/Parole % Detox Outpatient Methadone 0 0% DWI License Suspension % Non-traditional Program 0 0% Drug Court % Early Prevention 47 2% DCCP (DYFS)/Family Court 187 8% Other 48 2% Medication Assisted Therapy Planned in Treatment Methadone 129 5% Arrest in the Last 30 Days (Yes) 137 6% Suboxone 115 5% Special Population* Referral Source DCCP (DYFS)/CPSAI 222 9% Self-referral % DWI/DUI % Family/Friend 89 4% Developmental Disability 5 0% Addiction Services Program 169 7% Blind and Visually Impaired 0 0% Workforce NJ SAI 98 4% Deaf and Hard of Hearing 8 0% DCCP (formerly DYFS) 131 5% Mental Health 50 2% Federal Poverty Level (0-133%)** 1,210 79% Criminal Justice % IDRC % Health Insurance at Admission* Other/Not Assessed 199 8% No Insurance 1,431 58% Medicaid % Sex Medicare 83 3% Male 1,668 68% Private Insurance % Female % Other Insurance 36 1% Age at Admission Treated in County of Residence 1,165 47% Under % % County Where Patient Was Treated % Atlantic 32 1% Middlesex 16 1% % Bergen 111 5% Monmouth 117 5% % Burlington 0 0% Morris 1,165 47% % Camden 1 0% Ocean 5 0% % Cape May 0 0% Passaic % 55 and over 160 6% Cumberland 13 1% Salem 0 0% Essex 106 4% Somerset 61 2% Race/Ethnicity Gloucester 0 0% Sussex 142 6% White (non-hispanic) 1,971 80% Hudson 31 1% Union 28 1% Black (non-hispanic) 171 7% Hunterdon 25 1% Warren 37 2% Hispanic Origin % Mercer 17 1% Other 0 0% Other 37 2% Fee For Service Admissions % Total Admissions = 2,466 Fee For Service Unique Clients % Unduplicated Clients Admitted = 1,759 *Totals may be greater than 100% because of multiple responses. **Percentage calculations excluded missing values.

4 New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions 1/1/ /31/2014 Treatment Site in Morris County Primary Drug** Highest School Grade Completed Alcohol % Completed High School % Heroin % Some College % Other Opiates 95 7% Cocaine 63 5% Employment Status Marijuana % Unemployed % Other Drugs 27 2% Student 37 2% Not in Labor Force % Intravenous Drug Users % Employed Full/Part Time % Not Assessed % Smoke Tobacco (Yes)** % Living Arrangement Level of Care Homeless 53 3% Outpatient Care (OP) % Dependent Living/Institution 112 6% Intensive Outpatient (IOP) % Independent Living 1,198 67% Partial Hospitalization 2 0% Opioid Maintenance OP 121 7% Marital Status Opioid Maintenance IOP 0 0% Single/Divorced 1,442 81% Extended Care 0 0% Married/Civil Union % Halfway House 35 2% Widowed 22 1% Long-Term Residential 0 0% Separated 47 3% Short-Term Residential 0 0% Hospital Based Residential 1 0% Legal Problem* Detox Residential % None % Detox Hospital 0 0% Case Pending % Detox Outpatient Non-Methadone 0 0% Probation/Parole % Detox Outpatient Methadone 0 0% DWI License Suspension % Non-traditional Program 0 0% Drug Court 142 8% Early Prevention 19 1% DCCP (DYFS)/Family Court 123 7% Other 12 1% Medication Assisted Therapy Planned in Treatment Methadone 123 7% Arrest in the Last 30 Days (Yes) 83 5% Suboxone % Special Population* Referral Source DCCP (DYFS)/CPSAI 137 8% Self-referral % DWI/DUI % Family/Friend 52 3% Developmental Disability 2 0% Addiction Services Program 81 5% Blind and Visually Impaired 0 0% Workforce NJ SAI 34 2% Deaf and Hard of Hearing 3 0% DCPP (formerly DYFS) 94 5% Mental Health 41 2% Federal Poverty Level (0-133%)** % Criminal Justice % IDRC % Health Insurance at Admission* Other/Not Assessed % No Insurance 1,116 62% Medicaid % Sex Medicare 54 3% Male 1,195 67% Private Insurance % Female % Other Insurance 19 1% Age at Admission Treated in County of Residence 1,165 65% Under % % County of Residence % Atlantic 2 0% Middlesex 26 1% % Bergen 43 2% Monmouth 25 1% % Burlington 5 0% Morris 1,165 65% % Camden 10 1% Ocean 16 1% % Cape May 2 0% Passaic 80 4% 55 and over 119 7% Cumberland 3 0% Salem 0 0% Essex 50 3% Somerset 44 2% Race/Ethnicity Gloucester 5 0% Sussex 90 5% White (non-hispanic) 1,502 84% Hudson 22 1% Union 23 1% Black (non-hispanic) 112 6% Hunterdon 11 1% Warren 35 2% Hispanic Origin 146 8% Mercer 6 0% Other 123 7% Other 26 1% Fee For Service Admissions % Total Admissions = 1,786 Fee For Service Unique Client 99 7% Unduplicated Clients Admitted = 1,492 *Totals may be greater than 100% because of multiple responses. **Percentage calculation excluded missing values.

5 Substance Abuse Admissions by Municipality and Primary Drug 2014 NJ Resident Admissions Primary Drug Total Morris County Alcohol Cocaine/ Heroin Other Marijuana/ Other Unknown Crack Opiates Hashish Drugs N % N % N % N % N % N % N % N % Boonton Town Boonton Twp Butler Boro Chatham Boro Chatham Twp Chester Boro Chester Twp Denville Twp Dover Town East Hanover Twp Florham Park Boro Hanover Twp Jefferson Twp Kinnelon Boro Lincoln Park Boro Madison Boro Mendham Boro Mendham Twp Mine Hill Twp Montville Twp Morris Plains Boro Morris Twp Morristown Town Mount Arlington Boro Mount Olive Twp Mountain Lakes Boro Netcong Boro Parsippany-Troy Twp Passaic Twp Pequannock Twp Randolph Twp Riverdale Boro Rockaway Boro Rockaway Twp Roxbury Twp Victory Gardens Boro Washington Twp Wharton Boro Not Stated Total

6 Substance Abuse Admissions by Primary Drug within Municipality 2014 NJ Resident Admissions Morris County Primary Drug Total Alcohol Cocaine/ Crack Heroin Other Opiates Marijuana/ Hashish Other Drugs Unknown N % N % N % N % N % N % N % N % Boonton Town Boonton Twp Butler Boro Chatham Boro Chatham Twp Chester Boro Chester Twp Denville Twp Dover Town East Hanover Twp Florham Park Boro Hanover Twp Jefferson Twp Kinnelon Boro Lincoln Park Boro Madison Boro Mendham Boro Mendham Twp Mine Hill Twp Montville Twp Morris Plains Boro Morris Twp Morristown Town Mount Arlington Boro Mount Olive Twp Mountain Lakes Boro Netcong Boro Parsippany-Troy Twp Passaic Twp Pequannock Twp Randolph Twp Riverdale Boro Rockaway Boro Rockaway Twp Roxbury Twp Victory Gardens Boro Washington Twp Wharton Boro Not Stated Total

7 2014 Morris County Substance Abuse Admissions by Municipality of Residence Legend Mor COUNT Top Five Municipalities 1 Dover Town Morristown Town Parsippany-Troy Hills Township Mount Olive Township Wharton Borough 106 Wharton Borough Dover Town Mount Olive Township Parsippany-Troy Hills Township Morristown Town Data: NJSAMS 2015 February Download Report Date: May, 2015 ¹ 0 NJ Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Research, Planning and Evaluation Unit Miles

8 Admissions by Municipality of Residence, Age Group and Primary Drug 2014 NJ Resident Admissions Morris County Alcohol Drugs Total 18 & Over Under 18 Total 18 & Over Under 18 Total 18 & Over Under 18 Total N % N % N % N % N % N % N % N % N % Boonton Town Boonton Twp Butler Boro Chatham Boro Chatham Twp Chester Boro Chester Twp Denville Twp Dover Town East Hanover Twp Florham Park Boro Hanover Twp Jefferson Twp Kinnelon Boro Lincoln Park Boro Madison Boro Mendham Boro Mendham Twp Mine Hill Twp Montville Twp Morris Plains Boro Morris Twp Morristown Town Mount Arlington Boro Mount Olive Twp Mountain Lakes Boro Netcong Boro Parsippany-Troy Twp Passaic Twp Pequannock Twp Randolph Twp Riverdale Boro Rockaway Boro Rockaway Twp Roxbury Twp Victory Gardens Boro Washington Twp Wharton Boro Not Stated Total * Missing primary drug or age admissions are not included.

9 Admissions by Age Group, Gender and Primary Drug 2014 NJ Resident Admissions Morris &Over Total* Gender Total* Female Male N % N % N % Alcohol Heroin Marijuana/Hashish Other Drugs Unknown Total* Alcohol Heroin Other Opiates Marijuana/Hashish Other Drugs Unknown Total* Alcohol Heroin Other Opiates Marijuana/Hashish Other Drugs Unknown Total* Alcohol Heroin Other Opiates Marijuana/Hashish Unknown Total* Alcohol Heroin Other Opiates Marijuana/Hashish Other Drugs Unknown Total* * Unknown age or gender admissions are not included.

10 New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Discharges 1/1/ /31/2014 Resident of Morris County Level of Care Living Arragements at Discharge Outpatient Care (OP) % Homeless 92 4% Intensive Outpatient (IOP) % Dependent Living/Institution % Partial Hospitalization 24 1% Independent Living 1,918 81% Opioid Maintenance OP 86 4% Opioid Maintenance IOP 1 0% Employment Status at Discharge Extended Care 0 0% Unemployed % Halfway House 64 3% Student 67 3% Long-Term Residential 85 4% Not in Labor Force % Short-Term Residential % Employed Full/Part Time % Hospital Based Residential 0 0% Not Assessed 150 6% Detox Residential 218 9% Detox Hospital 2 0% Reasons for Discharge or Treatment not Completed Detox Outpatient Non-Methadone 0 0% Treatment Plan Completed 1,160 49% Detox Outpatient Methadone 0 0% Quit or Dropped Out % Non-Traditional Program 0 0% Needs Different Level of Care 183 8% Early Intervention 42 2% Unable to Meet Client's Other Needs 9 0% Administrative Discharge 198 8% Sex Exhaustion of Payment Source 3 0% Male 1,603 68% Incarcerated 31 1% Female % Medical Discharge/Deceased 19 1% Other 13 1% Age at Discharge Under % Continuing Care % No Continuing care needed % % Refused or Unable to Continue % % Continue Care % % % Significant Problems or Conditions % Mental Health Problem % 55 and over 165 7% Compulsive Gambling 8 0% Unknown 0 0% Physical Disability or Handicap 29 1% Victim of Physical Abuse or Neglect 86 4% Race/Ethnicity Victim of Sexual Abuse 73 3% White 1,910 80% Pregnancy 7 0% Black 154 6% Suicide Attempt 27 1% Hispanic % Runaway Behavior 58 2% Other 34 1% Neglect or Abuse of Own Children 37 2% Not Assessed 1 0% Child of Substance Abuser 147 6% Batterer 10 0% Mental Illness/Co-Occurring Disorder Criminal Activity % 1,639 69% Other 43 2% Client Goal Achieved/Partially Achieved at Discharge * Arrested in the Last 30 days (Yes) 63 3% Alcohol or Drug Problem 1,315 60% Educational % County Where Patient Was Treated Employment or Vocational % Atlantic 29 1% Middlesex 11 0% Family Situation % Bergen 106 4% Monmouth 104 4% Psychological or Mental Health % Burlington 0 0% Morris 1,142 48% Physical Health % Camden 1 0% Ocean 4 0% Legal % Cape May 0 0% Passaic % Cumberland 12 1% Salem 0 0% Drug and Alcohol Use at Discharge Essex 95 4% Somerset 61 3% Not Using Alcohol or Drugs 1,301 55% Gloucester 0 0% Sussex 143 6% Using Alcohol 161 7% Hudson 46 2% Union 26 1% Using Drugs % Hunterdon 22 1% Warren 37 2% Unknown % Mercer 19 1% Other 0 0% * Percentage for goal achievment based on total clients for whom goal was applicable. All other percentages are based on total discharges. Total Discharges = 2,374 Unduplicated Clients Discharged = 1,715

11 New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Discharges 1/1/ /31/2014 Treatment Site in Morris County Level of Care Living Arragements at Discharge Outpatient Care (OP) % Homeless 47 3% Intensive Outpatient (IOP) % Dependent Living/Institution 147 8% Partial Hospitalization 2 0% Independent Living 1,503 86% Opioid Maintenance OP 95 5% Opioid Maintenance IOP 2 0% Employment Status at Discharge Extended Care 0 0% Unemployed % Halfway House 35 2% Student 30 2% Long-Term Residential 16 1% Not in Labor Force % Short-Term Residential 0 0% Employed Full/Part Time % Hospital Based Residential 1 0% Not Assessed 99 6% Detox Residential % Detox Hospital 0 0% Reasons for Discharge or Treatment not Completed Detox Outpatient Non-Methadone 0 0% Treatment Plan Completed % Detox Outpatient Methadone 0 0% Quit or Dropped Out % Non-Traditional Program 0 0% Needs Different Level of Care 115 7% Early Intervention 18 1% Unable to Meet Client's Other Needs 8 0% Administrative Discharge % Sex Exhaustion of Payment Source 4 0% Male 1,174 68% Incarcerated 25 1% Female % Medical Discharge/Deceased 13 1% Other 18 1% Age at Discharge Under % Continuing Care % No Continuing care needed % % Refused or Unable to Continue % % Continue Care % % % Significant Problems or Conditions % Mental Health Problem % 55 and over 126 7% Compulsive Gambling 3 0% Unknown 0 0% Physical Disability or Handicap 9 1% Victim of Physical Abuse or Neglect 44 3% Race/Ethnicity Victim of Sexual Abuse 41 2% White 1,444 83% Pregnancy 4 0% Black 111 6% Suicide Attempt 14 1% Hispanic 157 9% Runaway Behavior 2 0% Other 22 1% Neglect or Abuse of Own Children 12 1% Not Assessed 4 0% Child of Substance Abuser 72 4% Batterer 3 0% Mental Illness/Co-Occurring Disorder Criminal Activity 135 8% 1,070 62% Other 21 1% Client Goal Achieved/Partially Achieved at Discharge * Arrested in the Last 30 days (Yes) 46 3% Alcohol or Drug Problem % Educational % County of Residence Employment or Vocational % Atlantic 3 0% Middlesex 24 1% Family Situation % Bergen 45 3% Monmouth 24 1% Psychological or Mental Health % Burlington 5 0% Morris 1,142 66% Physical Health % Camden 12 1% Ocean 18 1% Legal % Cape May 2 0% Passaic 68 4% Cumberland 2 0% Salem 0 0% Drug and Alcohol Use at Discharge Essex 46 3% Somerset 42 2% Not Using Alcohol or Drugs % Gloucester 4 0% Sussex 92 5% Using Alcohol 102 6% Hudson 21 1% Union 20 1% Using Drugs % Hunterdon 11 1% Warren 35 2% Unknown % Mercer 11 1% Other 111 6% * Percentage for goal achievment based on total clients for whom goal was applicable. All other percentages are based on total discharges. Total Discharges = 1,738 Unduplicated Clients Discharged = 1,462

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