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1 New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions 1/1/ /31/2013 Resident of Cape May County Primary Drug Highest School Grade Completed Alcohol % Completed High School 1,102 46% Heroin % Some College % Other Opiates % Cocaine 75 3% Employment Status Marijuana % Unemployed % Other Drugs 55 2% Student 107 4% Not in Labor Force % Intravenous Drug Users % Employed Full/Part Time % Not Assessed 95 4% Smoke Tobacco (Yes) 1,739 73% Living Arrangement Level of Care Homeless 81 3% Outpatient Care (OP) % Dependent Living/Institution 216 9% Intensive Outpatient (IOP) % Independent Living 2,001 84% Partial Hospitalization 15 1% Opioid Maintenance OP 170 7% Marital Status Opioid Maintenance IOP 17 1% Single/Divorced 1,938 81% Extended Care 0 0% Married/Civil Union % Halfway House 72 3% Widowed 40 2% Long-Term Residential 97 4% Separated 136 6% Short-Term Residential 196 8% Hospital Based Residential 0 0% Detox Residential % Legal Problem* Detox Hospital 2 0% None % Detox Outpatient Non-Methadone 0 0% Case Pending 223 9% Detox Outpatient Methadone 0 0% Probation/Parole % Non-traditional Program 1 0% DWI License Suspension % Early Prevention 50 2% Drug Court % DYFS/Family Court % Medication Assisted Therapy Planned in Treatment Other 75 3% Methadone 195 8% Suboxone 140 6% Arrest in the Last 30 Days (Yes) 138 6% Referral Source Special Population* Self-referral % DYFS/CPSAI % Family/Friend 60 3% DWI/DUI % Addiction Services Program 187 8% Developmental Disability 14 1% Workforce NJ SAI 109 5% Blind and Visually Impaired 2 0% DYFS 190 8% Deaf and Hard of Hearing 6 0% Mental Health 31 1% Criminal Justice % Health Insurance at Admission* IDRC % No Insurance 1,558 65% Other/Not Assessed 126 5% Medicaid % Medicare 50 2% Any Prior Treatment 1,433 60% Private Insurance % Other Insurance 71 3% Sex Male 1,569 66% Treated in County of Residence 1,566 66% Female % County Where Patient Was Treated Age at Admission Atlantic % Middlesex 0 0% Under % Bergen 9 0% Monmouth 102 4% % Burlington 1 0% Morris 6 0% % Camden 11 0% Ocean 4 0% % Cape May 1,566 66% Passaic 62 3% % Cumberland 148 6% Salem 4 0% % Essex 23 1% Somerset 4 0% % Gloucester 161 7% Sussex 23 1% 55 and over 120 5% Hudson 17 1% Union 0 0% Hunterdon 2 0% Warren 0 0% Race/Ethnicity Mercer 12 1% Other 0 0% White (non-hispanic) 2,069 87% Black (non-hispanic) 149 6% Total Admissions = 2,386 Hispanic Origin 157 7% Other 11 0% Unduplicated Clients Admitted = 1,482 *Totals may be greater than 100% because of multiple responses.

2 New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions 1/1/ /31/2013 Treatment Site in Cape May County Primary Drug Highest School Grade Completed Alcohol % Completed High School % Heroin % Some College % Other Opiates % Cocaine 61 4% Employment Status Marijuana % Unemployed % Other Drugs 30 2% Student 91 6% Not in Labor Force % Intravenous Drug Users % Employed Full/Part Time % Not Assessed 78 5% Smoke Tobacco (Yes) 1,137 71% Living Arrangement Level of Care Homeless 14 1% Outpatient Care (OP) % Dependent Living/Institution 43 3% Intensive Outpatient (IOP) % Independent Living 1,484 93% Partial Hospitalization 1 0% Opioid Maintenance OP 110 7% Marital Status Opioid Maintenance IOP 12 1% Single/Divorced 1,294 81% Extended Care 0 0% Married/Civil Union % Halfway House 0 0% Widowed 31 2% Long-Term Residential 0 0% Separated 87 5% Short-Term Residential 1 0% Hospital Based Residential 0 0% Detox Residential 1 0% Legal Problem* Detox Hospital 0 0% None % Detox Outpatient Non-Methadone 0 0% Case Pending 126 8% Detox Outpatient Methadone 0 0% Probation/Parole % Non-traditional Program 2 0% DWI License Suspension % Early Prevention 46 3% Drug Court 100 6% DYFS/Family Court % Medication Assisted Therapy Planned in Treatment Other 51 3% Methadone 129 8% Suboxone 48 3% Arrest in the Last 30 Days (Yes) 87 5% Referral Source Special Population* Self-referral % DYFS/CPSAI % Family/Friend 34 2% DWI/DUI % Addiction Services Program 57 4% Developmental Disability 9 1% Workforce NJ SAI 60 4% Blind and Visually Impaired 2 0% DYFS % Deaf and Hard of Hearing 6 0% Mental Health 27 2% Criminal Justice % Health Insurance at Admission* IDRC % No Insurance 1,075 67% Other/Not Assessed 90 6% Medicaid % Medicare 46 3% Any Prior Treatment % Private Insurance % Other Insurance 58 4% Sex Male 1,025 64% Treated in County of Residence 1,566 98% Female % County of Residence Age at Admission Atlantic 11 1% Middlesex 0 0% Under % Bergen 0 0% Monmouth 0 0% % Burlington 0 0% Morris 0 0% % Camden 0 0% Ocean 2 0% % Cape May 1,566 98% Passaic 0 0% % Cumberland 3 0% Salem 0 0% % Essex 1 0% Somerset 0 0% % Gloucester 2 0% Sussex 0 0% 55 and over 96 6% Hudson 0 0% Union 0 0% Hunterdon 0 0% Warren 0 0% Race/Ethnicity Mercer 0 0% Other 11 1% White (non-hispanic) 1,336 84% Black (non-hispanic) 119 7% Total Admissions = 1,596 Hispanic Origin 127 8% Other 14 1% Unduplicated Clients Admitted = 1,150 *Totals may be greater than 100% because of multiple responses.

3 Admissions by Age Group, Gender, Primary Drug 2013 NJ Resident Admissions &Over Total Cape May Female Gender Male Total* N % N % N % Alcohol Heroin Other Opiates Other Drugs Total Alcohol Heroin Other Opiates Other Drugs Total Alcohol Heroin Other Opiates Other Drugs Total Alcohol Heroin Other Opiates Other Drugs Total Alcohol Heroin Other Opiates Other Drugs Total * Unknown age or gender admissions are not included.

4 Substance Abuse Admissions by Municipality of Residence and Primary Drug 2013 NJ Resident Admissions Primary Drug Total Alcohol Cocaine/ Heroin Other Marijuana/ Other Drugs Cape May County Crack Opiates Hashish N % N % N % N % N % N % N % Avalon Boro Cape May City Cape May Point Boro Dennis Twp Lower Twp Middle Twp North Wildwood City Ocean City Sea Isle City Stone Harbor Boro Upper Twp West Cape May Boro West Wildwood Boro Wildwood City Wildwood Crest Boro Woodbine Boro Unknown Total

5 2013 Cape May County Substance Abuse Admissions by Municipality of Residence Ocean City Legend Cap COUNT Top Five Municipalities 1 Lower Township Middle Township Wildwood City Cape May City Ocean City 148 Middle Township Lower Township Wildwood City Cape May City Data: NJSAMS 2014 May Download Report Date: June, 2014 ¹ 0 NJ Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services Research, Planning and Evaluation Unit Miles

6 Substance Abuse Admissions by Municipality of Residence, Primary Drug and Age 2013 NJ Resident Admissions Cape May 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 % Avalon Boro Cape May City Cape May Point Boro Dennis Twp Lower Twp Middle Twp North Wildwood City Ocean City Sea Isle City Stone Harbor Boro Upper Twp West Cape May Boro West Wildwood Boro Wildwood City Wildwood Crest Boro Woodbine Boro Unknown Total * Missing primary drug or age admissions are not included.

7 New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Discharges 1/1/ /31/2013 Resident of Cape May County Level of Care Living Arragements at Discharge Outpatient Care (OP) % Homeless 80 4% Intensive Outpatient (IOP) % Dependent Living/Institution % Partial Hospitalization 15 1% Independent Living 1,839 81% Opioid Maintenance OP 118 5% Opioid Maintenance IOP 13 1% Employment Status at Discharge Extended Care 1 0% Unemployed % Halfway House 75 3% Student 101 4% Long-Term Residential 97 4% Not in Labor Force % Short-Term Residential 192 9% Employed Full/Part Time % Hospital Based Residential 0 0% Not Assessed 87 4% Detox Residential % Detox Hospital 2 0% Reasons for Discharge or Treatment not Completed Detox Outpatient Non-Methadone 0 0% Treatment Plan Completed 1,027 45% Detox Outpatient Methadone 0 0% Quit or Dropped Out % Non-Traditional Program 5 0% Needs Different Level of Care % Early Intervention 49 2% Unable to Meet Client's Other Needs 13 1% Administrative Discharge 133 6% Sex Exhaustion of Payment Source 9 0% Male 1,512 67% Incarcerated 66 3% Female % Medical Discharge/Deceased 10 0% Other 90 4% Age at Discharge Under % Significant Problems or Conditions % Mental Health Problem % % Compulsive Gambling 3 0% % Physical Disability or Handicap 16 1% % Victim of Physical Abuse or Neglect 65 3% % Victim of Sexual Abuse 55 2% % Pregnancy 10 0% 55 and over 117 5% Suicide Attempt 13 1% Unknown 0 0% Runaway Behavior 19 1% Neglect or Abuse of Own Children 53 2% Race/Ethnicity Child of Substance Abuser 119 5% White 1,934 86% Batterer 6 0% Black 153 7% Criminal Activity % Hispanic 161 7% Other 36 2% Other 8 0% Not Assessed 2 0% Arrested in the Last 30 days (Yes) 94 4% Mental Illness/Co-Occurring Disorder 1,846 82% County Where Patient Was Treated Atlantic % Middlesex 0 0% Client Goal Achieved/Partially Achieved at Discharge * Bergen 6 0% Monmouth 107 5% Alcohol or Drug Problem 1,182 55% Burlington 1 0% Morris 6 0% Educational % Camden 6 0% Ocean 4 0% Employment or Vocational % Cape May 1,456 64% Passaic 58 3% Family Situation % Cumberland 145 6% Salem 4 0% Psychological or Mental Health % Essex 18 1% Somerset 4 0% Physical Health % Gloucester 149 7% Sussex 24 1% Legal % Hudson 22 1% Union 0 0% Hunterdon 0 0% Warren 0 0% Drug and Alcohol Use at Discharge Mercer 10 0% Other 0 0% Not Using Alcohol or Drugs 1,209 54% Using Alcohol 141 6% Using Drugs % Total Discharges = 2,258 Unknown % Unduplicated Clients Discharged = 1,398 * Percentage for goal achievment based on total clients for whom goal was applicable. All other percentages are based on total discharges.

8 New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Discharges 1/1/ /31/2013 Treatment Site in Cape May County Level of Care Living Arragements at Discharge Outpatient Care (OP) % Homeless 29 2% Intensive Outpatient (IOP) % Dependent Living/Institution 80 5% Partial Hospitalization 0 0% Independent Living 1,330 90% Opioid Maintenance OP 73 5% Opioid Maintenance IOP 6 0% Employment Status at Discharge Extended Care 0 0% Unemployed % Halfway House 0 0% Student 88 6% Long-Term Residential 0 0% Not in Labor Force % Short-Term Residential 0 0% Employed Full/Part Time % Hospital Based Residential 0 0% Not Assessed 50 3% Detox Residential 1 0% 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 5 0% Needs Different Level of Care % Early Intervention 46 3% Unable to Meet Client's Other Needs 9 1% Administrative Discharge 104 7% Sex Exhaustion of Payment Source 2 0% Male % Incarcerated 56 4% Female % Medical Discharge/Deceased 4 0% Other 75 5% Age at Discharge Under % Significant Problems or Conditions % Mental Health Problem % % Compulsive Gambling 0 0% % Physical Disability or Handicap 14 1% % Victim of Physical Abuse or Neglect 41 3% % Victim of Sexual Abuse 33 2% % Pregnancy 5 0% 55 and over 91 6% Suicide Attempt 10 1% Unknown 0 0% Runaway Behavior 2 0% Neglect or Abuse of Own Children 32 2% Race/Ethnicity Child of Substance Abuser 65 4% White 1,220 82% Batterer 5 0% Black 124 8% Criminal Activity 92 6% Hispanic 126 8% Other 6 0% Other 6 0% Not Assessed 10 1% Arrested in the Last 30 days (Yes) 61 4% Mental Illness/Co-Occurring Disorder 1,241 84% County of Residence Atlantic 13 1% Middlesex 0 0% Client Goal Achieved/Partially Achieved at Discharge * Bergen 0 0% Monmouth 0 0% Alcohol or Drug Problem % Burlington 0 0% Morris 0 0% Educational % Camden 0 0% Ocean 2 0% Employment or Vocational % Cape May 1,456 98% Passaic 0 0% Family Situation % Cumberland 0 0% Salem 0 0% Psychological or Mental Health % Essex 1 0% Somerset 0 0% Physical Health % Gloucester 1 0% Sussex 0 0% Legal % Hudson 0 0% Union 0 0% Hunterdon 0 0% Warren 0 0% Drug and Alcohol Use at Discharge Mercer 0 0% Other 13 1% Not Using Alcohol or Drugs % Using Alcohol 126 8% Using Drugs % Total Discharges = 1,486 Unknown % Unduplicated Clients Discharged = 1,063 * Percentage for goal achievment based on total clients for whom goal was applicable. All other percentages are based on total discharges.

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