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1 Crosswalk Management System Report Filename Run by REPORT CROSSWALK TO STATE adobe pdf OPS$PCUMMING Report Date 04-MAR-13 01:34

2 OPS$PCUMMING Page 2 of 32 Status : FN Media ID : CalOMS - CA Start Date : 01-JAN-06 End Date : Follow-up : Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality K = Key Field System California 1 System Transaction Type - SDS 1 System Transaction Type A Add 1 Admission C Change 2 Resubmission of admission to CalOMS ( If there is a history of changes) A Add 2 (NC) Resubmission of admission to CalOMS (If there is no history of changes) D Delete 3 Deletion of Admission K 2 State Code - SDS 2 FIPS State Code 3 Reporting Date - SDS 3 Month and year data file submitted MMYYYY m/y mmyyyy - MMYYYY

3 OPS$PCUMMING Page 3 of 32 K = Key Field Minimum California K 1 Provider Identifer - - M01> Provider's Partcipant ID Left Justified and filled with trailing blank spaces K 2 Client Identifer (Admission) - - M02> Unique Participant ID K 3 Co-Dependent/Collateral - - M03> Co-dependent - Not Collected K 4 Client Transaction Type - - M04> Admission Transaction Type A Admission 1 Initial Admission T Transfer/Change in Service 2 Transfer or Change in Service K 5 Date of Admission - - M05> Admission Date MMDDYYYY m/d/y mmddyyyy - MMDDYYYY

4 OPS$PCUMMING Page 4 of 32 K = Key Field Minimum California 6 Number of Prior Treatment - - M06> Number of prior episodes Episodes 0 0 Previous Episodes 0 0 Previous Episodes 1 1 Previous Episodes 1 1 Previous Episode 2 2 Previous Episodes 2 2 Previous Episodes 3 3 Previous Episodes 3 3 Previous Episodes 4 4 Previous Episodes 4 4 Previous Episodes 5 5 Or More Previous Episodes or more Previous episodes 7 Unknown Client declined to state 7 Unknown Unknown/Don't Know 7 Unknown Client unable to answer

5 OPS$PCUMMING Page 5 of 32 K = Key Field Minimum California 7 Principal Source of Referral - - M07> Principal source of referral Individual (includes self-referral)) 01 Individual, self referral 02 Alcohol/Drug Abuse Provider 02 Alcohol/Drug Abuse Program 03 Other Health Care Provider 03 Other health Care Provider 04 School (Educational) 04 School/Educational 05 Employer/EAP 05 Employer/EAP 06 Other Community Referral Step Mutual Aid 07 Court/Criminal Justice/DUI/DWI 07 SACPA Court/Probation 07 Court/Criminal Justice/DUI/DWI 08 SACPA Parole 07 Court/Criminal Justice/DUI/DWI 09 DUI/DWI 07 Court/Criminal Justice/DUI/DWI 10 State Drug Court Partnership 07 Court/Criminal Justice/DUI/DWI 11 Comprehendsive Drug Court Implemenation 07 Court/Criminal Justice/DUI/DWI 12 Non SACPA Court/Criminal Justice 06 Other Community Referral 13 Other Community Referral 07 Court/Criminal Justice/DUI/DWI 14 Dependency Court/CPS No longer effective as of:

6 OPS$PCUMMING Page 6 of 32 K = Key Field Minimum California 7 Principal Source of Referral - - M07> Principal source of referral Individual (includes self-referral)) 01 Individual, self referral 02 Alcohol/Drug Abuse Provider 02 Alcohol/Drug Abuse Program 03 Other Health Care Provider 03 Other health Care Provider 04 School (Educational) 04 School/Educational 05 Employer/EAP 05 Employer/EAP 06 Other Community Referral Step Mutual Aid 07 Court/Criminal Justice/DUI/DWI 07 SACPA/ Prop 36 / OTP / Probation or Parole 07 Court/Criminal Justice/DUI/DWI 08 Post-Release Community Supervision (AB 109) 07 Court/Criminal Justice/DUI/DWI 09 DUI/DWI 07 Court/Criminal Justice/DUI/DWI 10 Adult Felon Drug Court 07 Court/Criminal Justice/DUI/DWI 11 Dependency Drug Court 07 Court/Criminal Justice/DUI/DWI 12 Non SACPA Court/Criminal Justice 07 Court/Criminal Justice/DUI/DWI 14 Child Protective Services 8 Date of Birth - - M08> Date of Birth MMDDYYYY MMDDY Date of birth - MMDDYYYY YYY

7 OPS$PCUMMING Page 7 of 32 K = Key Field Minimum California 9 Sex - - M09> Gender 1 Male 1 Male 2 Female 2 Female 7 Unknown Other

8 OPS$PCUMMING Page 8 of 32 K = Key Field Minimum California 10 Race - - M10> Race 05 White 01 White 04 Black or African American 02 Black/African American 02 American Indian ( Other than Alaskan Native) 03 American Indian 01 Alaska Native (Aleut, Eskimo, Indian) 04 Alaskan Native 13 Asian 05 Asian Indian 13 Asian 06 Cambodian 13 Asian 07 Chinese 13 Asian 08 Filipino 23 Native Hawaiians or Other Pacific Islanders 09 Guamanian 23 Native Hawaiians or Other Pacific Islanders 10 Hawaiian 13 Asian 11 Japanese 13 Asian 12 Korean 13 Asian 13 Laotian 23 Native Hawaiians or Other Pacific Islanders 14 Samoan 13 Asian 15 Vietnamese 13 Asian 16 Other Asian 20 Other Single Race 17 Other Race 21 Two or More Races 18 Multi-Racial

9 OPS$PCUMMING Page 9 of 32 K = Key Field Minimum California 11 Ethnicity - - M11> Ethnicity 05 Not of Hispanic Origin 1 Not Hispanic 02 Mexican 2 Mexican/Mexican American 03 Cuban 3 Cuban 01 Puerto Rican 4 Puerto Rican 04 Other Specific Hispanic 5 Other Hispanic/Latino 12 Education - - M12> Education Years of School(Highest Grade) ( General 0-30 Years Completed Equivalency Degree, use 12) 00 Less Than One Grade Completed 0-30 Years Completed 97 Unknown Client declined to answer 97 Unknown Client unable to answer 12 Education - - mds12 Education - (no longer used) Years of School(Highest Grade) ( General Equivalency Degree, use 12) 00 Less Than One Grade Completed No longer effective as of:

10 OPS$PCUMMING Page 10 of 32 K = Key Field Minimum California 13 Employment Status - - M13> Employment Status.. 01 Full Time 1 Employed Full time - 35 hrs or more 02 Part Time 2 Part time - less than 35 hrs 03 Unemployed 3 Unemployed looking for work 04 Not in Labor Force 4 Unemployed not in labor force 04 Not in Labor Force 5 Not in labor force - not seeking 13 Employment Status - - mds13 Employment Status. - (no longer used) 01 Full Time 1 Full Time 02 Part Time 2 Part Time 03 Unemployed 3 Unemployed 04 Not in Labor Force 4 Not in Labor Force No longer effective as of:

11 OPS$PCUMMING Page 11 of 32 K = Key Field Minimum California 14 Substance Problem Codes ( - - M14> Substance Problem ( Primary, Secondary and Tertiary) Primary-14A,Secondary-14B, Tertiart-14C) 01 None 00 None 05 Heroin 01 Heroin 02 Alcohol 02 Alcohol 15 Barbiturates 03 Barbiturates 16 Other Non-Barbituate Sedatives or Hypnotics 04 Other Sedatives or Hypnotics 10 Methamphetamine 05 Methamphetamine 11 Other Amphetamines 06 Other Amphetamines 12 Other Stimulants 07 Other Stimulants 03 Cocaine, Crack 08 Cocaine, Crack 04 Marijuana, Hashish ( includesthc and other 09 Marijuana, Hashish Cannabis Sativa preperations) 08 PCP 10 PCP 09 Other Hallucinogens 11 Other Hallucinogens 13 Benzodiazepines 12 Tranquilers - Benzodiazepine 14 Other Non-Benzodiazapine Tranquilizers 13 Other Tranquilers 06 Non-Prescription Methadone 14 Non-Prescription Methadone 07 Other Opiates and Synthetics 15 OxyCondone/OxyContin 07 Other Opiates and Synthetics 16 Other Opiates and Synthetics 17 Inhalants 17 Inhalants

12 OPS$PCUMMING Page 12 of 32 K = Key Field Minimum California 14 Substance Problem Codes ( - - M14> Substance Problem ( Primary, Secondary and Tertiary) Primary-14A,Secondary-14B, Tertiart-14C) 18 Over-the-Counter 18 Over the Counter 11 Other Amphetamines 19 Ecstasy 20 Other 20 Other Club Drugs 20 Other Unknown 20 Other Other ( free form field text) 15 Usual Route of Administration ( - - M15> Usual Route of Administration Primary-15A, Secondary-15B, Tertiar-15C) 01 Oral 1 Oral 02 Smoking 2 Smoking 03 Inhalation 3 Inhalation 04 Injection (IV or intramuscular) 4 Injection 96 Not Applicable None or not applicable for secondary substance only 20 Other Other

13 OPS$PCUMMING Page 13 of 32 K = Key Field Minimum California 16 Frequency of Use ( Primary-16A, - - M16> Frequency of Use, Primary, Secondary (Tertiary not collected) Secondary-16B, Tertiary-16C) 01 No use in the past month 0 No use in the past month times in past month days in the past month times per week days in the past month 05 Daily days in the past month times per week days in the past month 96 Not Applicable None or not applicable for secondary subtances only 16 Frequency of Use ( Primary-16A, - - mds16 Frequency of Use. - (no longer used) Secondary-16B, Tertiary-16C) 01 No use in the past month 1 No past month use times in past month times in past month times per week times per week times per week times per week 05 Daily 5 Daily No longer effective as of:

14 OPS$PCUMMING Page 14 of 32 K = Key Field Minimum California 17 Age of First Use (Primary-17A, - - M17> Age of First Use Secondary-17B, Tertiary-17C) Indicates The Age at First Use Age at First Use Indicates The Age at First Use Age at First Use 97 Unknown Unknown 00 Indicates a Newborn with a substance dependecy problem K 18 Type of Services - - M18> Type of Service.. 07 Ambulatory - Non-Intensive Outpatient 1 Non-residentail/Outpatient Recovery 06 Ambulatory - Intensive Outpatient 2 Non-residentail/Outpatient Day Program, Intensive 08 Ambulatory Detoxification 3 Non-residentail/Outpatient Detox 01 Detoxification - Hospital Inpatient ( Detox, 24 4 Residential Detox Hospital hour Service) 02 Detoxification Free-standing Residential ( 5 Residential Detox non-hospital Detox, 24 hour Service) 04 Rehabilitation/Residential - Short-term, ( 30 6 Residential Treatment - 30 days or less days or fewer) 05 Rehabiliation/Residential - Long-term, ( more 7 Residential Treatment - 31 days or more than 30 days) 03 Rehabilitation/Residential - Hospital (other than detox)

15 OPS$PCUMMING Page 15 of 32 K = Key Field Minimum California K18 Type of Services - - mds18 Type of Service. - (no longer used) 07 Ambulatory - Non-Intensive Outpatient 1 Treatment/recovery nonresidential/outpatient 06 Ambulatory - Intensive Outpatient 2 Day program - intensive 08 Ambulatory Detoxification 3 Detoxification 01 Detoxification - Hospital Inpatient ( Detox, 24 4 Detoxification (Hospital) hour Service) 02 Detoxification Free-standing Residential ( 5 Detoxification (Non-Hospital) Detox, 24 hour Service) 04 Rehabilitation/Residential - Short-term, ( 30 6 Treatment/recovery (30 days or less) days or fewer) residential 05 Rehabiliation/Residential - Long-term, ( more 7 Treatment/recovery (31 days or more) than 30 days) No longer effective as of: Opioid Replacement Therapy - - M19> Opioid Replacement.. (Planned/ Actual)Was -Use of Methadone Planned/Actual 2 No 1 None 1 Yes 2 Methadone 1 Yes 3 LAAM 1 Yes 4 Buprenorphine-Subutex 1 Yes 5 Buprenorphine-Suboxone 7 Unknown Other

16 OPS$PCUMMING Page 16 of 32 K = Key Field Minimum California 19 Opioid Replacement Therapy - - mds19 Medication prescribed. - (no longer used) (Planned/ Actual)Was -Use of Methadone Planned/Actual 2 No 1 None 1 Yes 2 Methadone and/or LAAM (LAAM added 3/15/1996) 7 Unknown 3 Other No longer effective as of:

17 OPS$PCUMMING Page 17 of 32 K = Key Field Optional California 1 Detail Drug Code, Primary ~ S01-03> Detailed drug code - Not Collected 2 Detail Drug Code, Secondary ~ S01-03> Detailed drug code - Not Collected 3 Detail Drug Code, Tertiary ~ S01-03> Detailed drug code - Not Collected 4 DSM Diagnosis ~ S04> DSM code - Not Collected 5 Psychiatric Problem in Addition to ~ S05> Psych Problem in Addition to Alcohol or Drug Alcohol or Drug Problem If multiple disabilities are reported and one of the disabilities reported is 6 (Mental) then =>1, otherwise =>2 2 No 1 None 2 No 2 Visual Disability 2 No 3 Hearing Disability 2 No 4 Speech Disability 2 No 5 Mobility Disability 1 Yes 6 Mental Disability 2 No 7 Developmentally Disabled 2 No 8 Other Disability - Not AOD 7 Unknown Client Declined to state 7 Unknown Client unable to answer

18 OPS$PCUMMING Page 18 of 32 K = Key Field Optional California 6 Pregnant at Time of Admission ~ S06> Pregnant 2 No 0 No 1 Yes 1 Yes 7 Unknown Not Sure/Don't know 6 Pregnant at Time of Admission ~ suds 6 Is this person currently pregnant? - (no longer used) 1 Yes 1 Yes 2 No 2 No No longer effective as of: Veteran Status ~ S07> Veteran.. 2 No 0 No 1 Yes 1 Yes 7 Unknown Client declined to state 7 Unknown Client unable to answer 7 Veteran Status ~ suds 7 Veterans status.- (no longer used) 1 Yes 1 Yes 2 No 2 No No longer effective as of:

19 OPS$PCUMMING Page 19 of 32 K = Key Field Optional California 8 Living Arrangements ~ S08> Living arrangement 01 Homeless 1 Homeless 02 Dependent Living 2 Dependent Living 03 Independent Living 3 Independent Living 9 Source of Income/Support ~ S09> Source of Income - NOT COLLECTED 10 Health Insurance ~ S10> Health Insurance - NOT COLLECTED 11 Expected/Actual Primary Source of ~ S11> Expected Source of Payment - NOT COLLECTED Payment 12 Detailed Not in Labor Force ~ S12> Detailed Not In Labor Force - NOT COLLECTED

20 OPS$PCUMMING Page 20 of 32 K = Key Field Optional California 13 Detailed Criminal Justice Referral ~ S13> Detailed criminal justice referral Categories 03 Probation/Parole 07 SACPA Court/Probation 03 Probation/Parole 08 SACPA Parole 07 DUI/DWI 09 DUI/DWI 01 State/Federal Court 10 State Drug Court Partnership 02 Other Court ( Not State or Federal) 11 Comprehensive Drug Court Implentation 08 Other 12 Non-SACPA Court/Criminal Justice 04 Other Recognized Legal Entity ( Local Law, Corr. Agncy, Youth Ser., Review Board 05 Diversionary Program (E.G. TASC) 97 Unknown 96 Not Applicable 06 Prison No longer effective as of:

21 OPS$PCUMMING Page 21 of 32 K = Key Field Optional California 13 Detailed Criminal Justice Referral ~ S13> Detailed criminal justice referral Categories 03 Probation/Parole 07 SACPA/ Prop 36 / OTP / Probation or Parole 03 Probation/Parole 08 Post-Release Community Supervision (AB 109) 07 DUI/DWI 09 DUI/DWI 01 State/Federal Court 10 Adult Felon Drug Court 02 Other Court ( Not State or Federal) 11 Dependency Drug Court 08 Other 12 Non-SACPA Court/Criminal Justice 14 Marital Status ~ S14> Marital Status - NOT COLLECTED 15 Days Waiting to Enter Treatment ~ S15> Days Waiting to enter treatment Days Number of Days Days Number of Days 997 Unknown Unknown 997 Unknown Unable to answer

22 OPS$PCUMMING Page 22 of 32 K = Key Field Optional California 16 Number of Arrests in the 30 Days ~ S16> Arrests in 30 days prior to admission Prior to Admission Number of Arrests 0 None Number of Arrests Number of Arrests 97 Unknown Unable to answer 17 Frequency of Attendance at Self- ~ S17> Frequency of attendance at self-help programs (NOT COLLECTED) Help Programs in 30 days prior to Admission

23 OPS$PCUMMING Page 23 of 32 K = Key Field Discharge/NOMS California 1 System Transaction at Discharge ~~ D01> System transaction type at discharge A Add 4 Discharge A Add 5 Resubmission of discharge CalOMS (if no history of changes) C Change 5 Resubmission of discharge CalOMS (if history of changes) D Delete 6 Deletion of discharge 2 State Code at Discharge ~~ D02> FIPS State code at discharge 3 Reporting Date at Discharge ~~ D03> Month and year data file submitted for discharges MMYYYY 4 Provider Identifer at Discharge ~~ D04> Provider's Participant ID at discharge 15 Characters, left justified and filled with trailing blank spaces 5 Client Identifier at Discharge ~~ D05> Unique participant ID at discharge 6 Co-Dependent/Collateral at ~~ D06> Co-Dependent/Significant Other - discharge NOT COLLECTED Discharge

24 OPS$PCUMMING Page 24 of 32 K = Key Field Discharge/NOMS California 7 Type of Service at Discharge ~~ D07> Type of service at discharge.. 07 Ambulatory -Non Intensive -Outpatient 1 Non-residential/outpatient recovery 06 Ambulatory - Intensive -Outpatient 2 Non-residential/outpatient day program intensive 08 Ambulatory Detoxification 3 Non-residential/outpatient detox 01 Detoxification, 24-Hour Service, Hospital 4 Residential detox hospital Inpatient 02 Detoxification, 24-Hour Service, Free Standing 5 Residential detox non-hospital Residential 04 Rehabilation/Residential - Short Term (30 Days 6 Residential treatment - 30 days or less or Fewer) 05 Rehabilation/Residential - Long Term (More 7 Residential treatment - 31 days or more than 30 Days) 7 Type of Service at Discharge ~~ dis 7 Type of service at discharge. - (no longer used) 07 Ambulatory -Non Intensive -Outpatient 1 Treatment/recovery nonresidential/outpatient 06 Ambulatory - Intensive -Outpatient 2 Day program - intensive 08 Ambulatory Detoxification 3 Detoxification 01 Detoxification, 24-Hour Service, Hospital 4 Detoxification (Hospital) Inpatient 02 Detoxification, 24-Hour Service, Free Standing 5 Detoxification (Non-Hospital) Residential 04 Rehabilation/Residential - Short Term (30 Days 6 Treatment/recovery (30 days or less) or Fewer) residential 05 Rehabilation/Residential - Long Term (More 7 Treatment/recovery (31 days or more) than 30 Days) No longer effective as of: Date of Last Contact ~~ D08> Date of last contact - NOT COLLECTED

25 OPS$PCUMMING Page 25 of 32 K = Key Field Discharge/NOMS California 9 Date of Discharge ~~ D09> Date of Discharge MMDDYYYY - MMDDYYYY - MMDDYYYY 10 Reason for Discharge, Transfer, or ~~ D10> Reason for Discharge.. Discontinuance of Treatment 01 Treatment Completed 1 Completed Treatment/Referred 01 Treatment Completed 2 Completed Treatment/Not Referred 04 Transferred to Another Substance Abuse 3 Left Before Treatment Program or Facility Completion/Satifactory/Referred 02 Left Against Professional Advice 4 Left Before Completion/Satisactory/Not Referred 04 Transferred to Another Substance Abuse 5 Left Before Treatment Program or Facility Completion/Unsatifactory/Referred 02 Left Against Professional Advice 6 Left Before Completion/Unsatisactory/Not Referred 06 Death 7 Death 05 Incarerated 8 Incarceration

26 OPS$PCUMMING Page 26 of 32 K = Key Field Discharge/NOMS California 10 Reason for Discharge, Transfer, or ~~ dis10 Discharge status. - (no longer used) Discontinuance of Treatment 01 Treatment Completed 1 Completed treatment/recovery plan and/or goals 02 Left Against Professional Advice 2 Left before completion with satisfactory progress 06 Death 2 Left before completion with satisfactory progress 05 Incarerated 2 Left before completion with satisfactory progress 02 Left Against Professional Advice 3 Left before completion with unsatisfactory progress 06 Death 3 Left before completion with unsatisfactory progress 05 Incarerated 3 Left before completion with unsatisfactory progress 03 Ternimated by Facility 3 Left before completion with unsatisfactory progress 04 Transferred to Another Substance Abuse 4 Referred or transferred for further Treatment Program or Facility drug/alcohol treatment/recovery No longer effective as of: Provider Identifier at Admission - - M01> Provider's Partcipant ID - Comes from admission file 12 Client Identifier at Admission - - M02> Unique Participant ID - Comes from admission file

27 OPS$PCUMMING Page 27 of 32 K = Key Field Discharge/NOMS California 13 Co-Depentent/Collateral at - - M03> Co-dependent - Not Collected Admission - Comes from admission file 14 Client Transaction Type. - - M04> Admission Transaction Type - Comes from admission file 15 Date of Admission. - - M05> Admission Date - Comes from admission file 16 Type of Service at Admission - - M18> Type of Service.. - Comes from admission file 17 Date of Birth. - - M08> Date of Birth - Comes from admission file 18 Sex. - - M09> Gender - Comes from admission file

28 OPS$PCUMMING Page 28 of 32 K = Key Field Discharge/NOMS California 19 Race. - - M10> Race - Comes from admission file 20 Ethnicity. - - M11> Ethnicity - Comes from admission file

29 OPS$PCUMMING Page 29 of 32 K = Key Field Discharge/NOMS California 21 Substance Problem At Discharge, ~~ D21> Substance Problem at discharge (Primary, Secondary, Tertiary) 01 None 00 None 05 Heroin 01 Heroin 02 Alcohol 02 Alcohol 15 Barbiturates 03 Barbiturates 16 Other Non- Barbiturate Sedatives or Hypontics 04 Other Sedatives or Hypnotics 10 Methampetamine 05 Methamphetamine 11 Other Amphetamines 06 Other Amphetamines 12 Other Stimulants 07 Other Stimulants 03 Cocaine/Crack 08 Cocaine, Crack 04 Marijuana/Hashish 09 Marijuana, Hashish 08 PCP 10 PCP 09 Other Hallucinogens 11 Other Hallucinogens 13 Benzodiazepines 12 Tranquilizers - Benzodiazepine 14 Other Non-Benzodiazepine Tranquilizer 13 Other Tranquilizers 06 Non-Prescription Methadone 14 Non-prescription Methadone 07 Other Opiates and Synthetics 15 OxyCondone/OxyContin 07 Other Opiates and Synthetics 16 Other Opiates and Synthetics 17 Inhalants 17 Inhalents

30 OPS$PCUMMING Page 30 of 32 K = Key Field Discharge/NOMS California 21 Substance Problem At Discharge, ~~ D21> Substance Problem at discharge (Primary, Secondary, Tertiary) 18 Over-The-Counter 18 Over-the-counter 11 Other Amphetamines 19 Ecstasy 20 Other 20 Other Club drugs 97 Unknown Unknown 20 Other Other (free form field text) 22 Frequency of Use at Discharge ~~ D22> Frequency of use at discharge (Primary, Secondary, Tertiary) 01 No Use in the Past Month 0 No use in the past month Times in the Past Month days in the past month Times in the Past Week days in the past month 05 Daily days in the past month Times in the Past Week days in the past month 96 Not Applicable None or not applicable for secondary substances only 23 Living Arrangements at Discharge ~~ D23> Living arrangement at discharge 01 Homeless 1 Homeless 02 Dependent Living 2 Dependent living 03 Independent Living 3 Independent living

31 OPS$PCUMMING Page 31 of 32 K = Key Field Discharge/NOMS California 24 Employment at Discharge ~~ D24> Employment status at discharge 01 Full Time 1 Employed full time - 35 hrs or more 02 Part Time 2 Part time - less than 35 hrs 03 Unemployed 3 Unemployed - looking for work 04 Not in Labor Force 4 Unemployed - not in labor force 04 Not in Labor Force 5 Not in labor force - not seeking 25 Detailed Not In Labor Force at ~~ D25> Detailed not in labor force at discharge - NOT COLLECTED Discharge 26 Number of Arrests in 30 Days Prior ~~ D26> Arrests in 30 days prior to discharge to Discharge Number of Arrests 0 None Number of Arrests Number of arrests 997 Unknown Unable to answer 27 Frequency of Attendance at Self- ~~ D27> Frequency of attendance at self-help programs NOT COLLECTED Help program in the 30 Days Prior to Discharge

32 Crosswalk Management System REPORT CROSSWALK TO STATE End of Report

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