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1 New Jersey Substance Abuse Monitoring System (NJ-SAMS) Substance Abuse Treatment Admissions 1/1/ /31/2013 Resident of Camden County Primary Drug Highest School Grade Completed Alcohol 1,278 22% Completed High School 2,877 49% Heroin 2,096 36% Some College % Other Opiates % Cocaine 374 6% Employment Status Marijuana 1,153 20% Unemployed 1,929 33% Other Drugs 275 5% Student 302 5% Not in Labor Force 2,164 37% Intravenous Drug Users 1,606 28% Employed Full/Part Time 1,295 22% Not Assessed 140 2% Smoke Tobacco (Yes) 4,286 74% Living Arrangement Level of Care Homeless 328 6% Outpatient Care (OP) 1,334 23% Dependent Living/Institution % Intensive Outpatient (IOP) 1,720 30% Independent Living 4,593 79% Partial Hospitalization 110 2% Opioid Maintenance OP % Marital Status Opioid Maintenance IOP 64 1% Single/Divorced 4,991 86% Extended Care 0 0% Married/Civil Union % Halfway House 116 2% Widowed 56 1% Long-Term Residential 226 4% Separated 204 3% Short-Term Residential % Hospital Based Residential 0 0% Detox Residential % Legal Problem* Detox Hospital 52 1% None 2,121 36% Detox Outpatient Non-Methadone 1 0% Case Pending 447 8% Detox Outpatient Methadone 3 0% Probation/Parole 1,367 23% Non-traditional Program 4 0% DWI License Suspension % Early Prevention 31 1% Drug Court % DYFS/Family Court % Medication Assisted Therapy Planned in Treatment Other 253 4% Methadone % Suboxone 326 6% Arrest in the Last 30 Days (Yes) 287 5% Referral Source Special Population* Self-referral 1,621 28% DYFS/CPSAI % Family/Friend 229 4% DWI/DUI % Addiction Services Program 521 9% Developmental Disability 11 0% Workforce NJ SAI % Blind and Visually Impaired 11 0% DYFS 209 4% Deaf and Hard of Hearing 8 0% Mental Health 40 1% Criminal Justice 1,481 25% Health Insurance at Admission* IDRC 506 9% No Insurance 3,446 59% Other/Not Assessed 460 8% Medicaid 1,532 26% Medicare 115 2% Any Prior Treatment 3,578 61% Private Insurance % Other Insurance 135 2% Sex Male 3,926 67% Treated in County of Residence 3,016 52% Female 1,904 33% County Where Patient Was Treated Age at Admission Atlantic 343 6% Middlesex 7 0% Under % Bergen 49 1% Monmouth 268 5% % Burlington 39 1% Morris 20 0% % Camden 3,016 52% Ocean 5 0% ,094 19% Cape May 0 0% Passaic 164 3% % Cumberland 462 8% Salem 8 0% ,045 18% Essex 45 1% Somerset 27 0% % Gloucester % Sussex 93 2% 55 and over 250 4% Hudson 57 1% Union 3 0% Hunterdon 6 0% Warren 0 0% Race/Ethnicity Mercer 451 8% Other 3 0% White (non-hispanic) 3,379 58% Black (non-hispanic) 1,496 26% Total Admissions = 5,830 Hispanic Origin % Other 43 1% Unduplicated Clients Admitted = 4,093 *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 Camden County Primary Drug Highest School Grade Completed Alcohol % Completed High School 1,887 47% Heroin 1,332 33% Some College % Other Opiates % Cocaine 234 6% Employment Status Marijuana % Unemployed 1,667 41% Other Drugs 182 5% Student 235 6% Not in Labor Force % Intravenous Drug Users 1,046 26% Employed Full/Part Time 1,099 27% Not Assessed 126 3% Smoke Tobacco (Yes) 2,868 71% Living Arrangement Level of Care Homeless 109 3% Outpatient Care (OP) 1,185 29% Dependent Living/Institution 254 6% Intensive Outpatient (IOP) 1,637 41% Independent Living 3,553 88% Partial Hospitalization 40 1% Opioid Maintenance OP 1,022 25% Marital Status Opioid Maintenance IOP 114 3% Single/Divorced 3,430 85% Extended Care 0 0% Married/Civil Union % Halfway House 0 0% Widowed 40 1% Long-Term Residential 0 0% Separated 137 3% Short-Term Residential 0 0% Hospital Based Residential 0 0% Detox Residential 0 0% Legal Problem* Detox Hospital 0 0% None 1,310 33% Detox Outpatient Non-Methadone 0 0% Case Pending 194 5% Detox Outpatient Methadone 3 0% Probation/Parole % Non-traditional Program 4 0% DWI License Suspension % Early Prevention 25 1% Drug Court % DYFS/Family Court % Medication Assisted Therapy Planned in Treatment Other 172 4% Methadone 1,144 28% Suboxone 31 1% Arrest in the Last 30 Days (Yes) 163 4% Referral Source Special Population* Self-referral 1,041 26% DYFS/CPSAI % Family/Friend 215 5% DWI/DUI % Addiction Services Program 343 9% Developmental Disability 4 0% Workforce NJ SAI 328 8% Blind and Visually Impaired 8 0% DYFS 161 4% Deaf and Hard of Hearing 24 1% Mental Health 9 0% Criminal Justice 1,008 25% Health Insurance at Admission* IDRC % No Insurance 2,587 64% Other/Not Assessed 278 7% Medicaid 1,228 30% Medicare 108 3% Any Prior Treatment 2,328 58% Private Insurance 356 9% Other Insurance 125 3% Sex Male 2,504 62% Treated in County of Residence 3,016 75% Female 1,526 38% County of Residence Age at Admission Atlantic 39 1% Middlesex 2 0% Under % Bergen 0 0% Monmouth 0 0% % Burlington 248 6% Morris 1 0% % Camden 3,016 75% Ocean 6 0% % Cape May 11 0% Passaic 1 0% % Cumberland 36 1% Salem 32 1% % Essex 5 0% Somerset 2 0% % Gloucester % Sussex 0 0% 55 and over 178 4% Hudson 0 0% Union 0 0% Hunterdon 1 0% Warren 0 0% Race/Ethnicity Mercer 24 1% Other 70 2% White (non-hispanic) 2,218 55% Black (non-hispanic) 1,076 27% Total Admissions = 4,030 Hispanic Origin % Other 91 2% Unduplicated Clients Admitted = 3,410 *Totals may be greater than 100% because of multiple responses.

3 Admissions by Age Group, Gender, Primary Drug 2013 NJ Resident Admissions &Over Total Camden County 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 Camden County Alcohol Cocaine/ Heroin Other Marijuana/ Other Drugs Crack Opiates Hashish N % N % N % N % N % N % N % Audubon Boro Audubon Park Boro Barrington Boro Bellmawr Boro Berlin Boro Berlin Twp Brooklawn Boro Camden City Cherry Hill Twp Chesilhurst Boro Clementon Boro Collingswood Boro Gibbsboro Boro Gloucester City Gloucester Twp Haddon Heights Boro Haddon Twp Haddonfield Boro Hi-Nella Boro Laurel Springs Boro Lawnside Boro Lindenwold Boro Magnolia Boro Merchantville Boro Mount Ephraim Boro Oaklyn Boro Pennsauken Twp Pine Hill Boro Pine Valley Boro Runnemede Boro Somerdale Boro Stratford Boro Tavistock Boro Voorhees Twp Waterford Twp Winslow Twp Wood-Lynne Boro Unknown Total

5 2013 Camden County Substance Abuse Admissions by Municipality of Residence Camden City Pennsauken Township Legend Cam COUNT Gloucester City Cherry Hill Township Top Five Municipalities 1 Camden City Cherry Hill Gloucester Township Gloucester City Pennsauken Township 230 Lindenwold Borough Gloucester Township Winslow Township 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 Camden County 18 & Over Alcohol Drugs Total* Under 18 Total 18 & Over Under 18 Total 18 & Over Under 18 Total N % N % N % N % N % N % N % N % N % Audubon Boro Audubon Park Boro Barrington Boro Bellmawr Boro Berlin Boro Berlin Twp Brooklawn Boro Camden City Cherry Hill Twp Chesilhurst Boro Clementon Boro Collingswood Boro Gibbsboro Boro Gloucester City Gloucester Twp Haddon Heights Boro Haddon Twp Haddonfield Boro Hi-Nella Boro Laurel Springs Boro Lawnside Boro Lindenwold Boro Magnolia Boro Merchantville Boro Mount Ephraim Boro Oaklyn Boro Pennsauken Twp Pine Hill Boro Pine Valley Boro Runnemede Boro Somerdale Boro Stratford Boro Tavistock Boro Voorhees Twp Waterford Twp Winslow Twp Wood-Lynne 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 Camden County Level of Care Living Arragements at Discharge Outpatient Care (OP) 1,345 23% Homeless 314 5% Intensive Outpatient (IOP) 1,731 30% Dependent Living/Institution % Partial Hospitalization 85 1% Independent Living 4,468 78% Opioid Maintenance OP % Opioid Maintenance IOP 86 1% Employment Status at Discharge Extended Care 0 0% Unemployed 1,586 28% Halfway House 109 2% Student 249 4% Long-Term Residential 239 4% Not in Labor Force 2,147 37% Short-Term Residential % Employed Full/Part Time 1,609 28% Hospital Based Residential 0 0% Not Assessed 166 3% Detox Residential % Detox Hospital 40 1% Reasons for Discharge or Treatment not Completed Detox Outpatient Non-Methadone 1 0% Treatment Plan Completed 2,703 47% Detox Outpatient Methadone 5 0% Quit or Dropped Out 1,596 28% Non-Traditional Program 5 0% Needs Different Level of Care 342 6% Early Intervention 34 1% Unable to Meet Client's Other Needs 46 1% Administrative Discharge 414 7% Sex Exhaustion of Payment Source 100 2% Male 3,860 67% Incarcerated 146 3% Female 1,897 33% Medical Discharge/Deceased 57 1% Other 118 2% Age at Discharge Under % Significant Problems or Conditions % Mental Health Problem % % Compulsive Gambling 11 0% ,067 19% Physical Disability or Handicap 70 1% % Victim of Physical Abuse or Neglect 191 3% ,041 18% Victim of Sexual Abuse 150 3% % Pregnancy 49 1% 55 and over 261 5% Suicide Attempt 36 1% Unknown 0 0% Runaway Behavior 102 2% Neglect or Abuse of Own Children 241 4% Race/Ethnicity Child of Substance Abuser 228 4% White 3,293 57% Batterer 16 0% Black 1,508 26% Criminal Activity 1,034 18% Hispanic % Other 195 3% Other 36 1% Not Assessed 4 0% Arrested in the Last 30 days (Yes) 230 4% Mental Illness/Co-Occurring Disorder 4,349 76% County Where Patient Was Treated Atlantic 344 6% Middlesex 15 0% Client Goal Achieved/Partially Achieved at Discharge * Bergen 37 1% Monmouth 266 5% Alcohol or Drug Problem 3,256 60% Burlington 24 0% Morris 16 0% Educational % Camden 2,973 52% Ocean 4 0% Employment or Vocational % Cape May 0 0% Passaic 148 3% Family Situation 2,028 59% Cumberland 457 8% Salem 9 0% Psychological or Mental Health 1,851 62% Essex 46 1% Somerset 27 0% Physical Health 2,021 69% Gloucester % Sussex 93 2% Legal 1,690 54% Hudson 52 1% Union 3 0% Hunterdon 5 0% Warren 1 0% Drug and Alcohol Use at Discharge Mercer 464 8% Other 2 0% Not Using Alcohol or Drugs 3,239 56% Using Alcohol 181 3% Using Drugs % Total Discharges = 5,757 Unknown 1,352 23% Unduplicated Clients Discharged = 4,129 * 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 Camden County Level of Care Living Arragements at Discharge Outpatient Care (OP) 1,214 31% Homeless 121 3% Intensive Outpatient (IOP) 1,624 42% Dependent Living/Institution 197 5% Partial Hospitalization 44 1% Independent Living 3,456 88% Opioid Maintenance OP % Opioid Maintenance IOP 158 4% Employment Status at Discharge Extended Care 0 0% Unemployed 1,195 31% Halfway House 1 0% Student 199 5% Long-Term Residential 0 0% Not in Labor Force 1,086 28% Short-Term Residential 0 0% Employed Full/Part Time 1,274 33% Hospital Based Residential 0 0% Not Assessed 155 4% Detox Residential 0 0% Detox Hospital 0 0% Reasons for Discharge or Treatment not Completed Detox Outpatient Non-Methadone 0 0% Treatment Plan Completed 1,183 30% Detox Outpatient Methadone 3 0% Quit or Dropped Out 1,512 39% Non-Traditional Program 5 0% Needs Different Level of Care 281 7% Early Intervention 32 1% Unable to Meet Client's Other Needs 34 1% Administrative Discharge 328 8% Sex Exhaustion of Payment Source 120 3% Male 2,472 63% Incarcerated 110 3% Female 1,437 37% Medical Discharge/Deceased 34 1% Other 94 2% Age at Discharge Under % Significant Problems or Conditions % Mental Health Problem % % Compulsive Gambling 3 0% % Physical Disability or Handicap 47 1% % Victim of Physical Abuse or Neglect 114 3% % Victim of Sexual Abuse 81 2% % Pregnancy 30 1% 55 and over 164 4% Suicide Attempt 20 1% Unknown 0 0% Runaway Behavior 43 1% Neglect or Abuse of Own Children 184 5% Race/Ethnicity Child of Substance Abuser 96 2% White 2,121 54% Batterer 13 0% Black 1,069 27% Criminal Activity 270 7% Hispanic % Other 62 2% Other 32 1% Not Assessed 43 1% Arrested in the Last 30 days (Yes) 150 4% Mental Illness/Co-Occurring Disorder 2,836 73% County of Residence Atlantic 28 1% Middlesex 2 0% Client Goal Achieved/Partially Achieved at Discharge * Bergen 0 0% Monmouth 0 0% Alcohol or Drug Problem 1,562 43% Burlington 236 6% Morris 2 0% Educational % Camden 2,973 76% Ocean 4 0% Employment or Vocational % Cape May 6 0% Passaic 0 0% Family Situation % Cumberland 31 1% Salem 23 1% Psychological or Mental Health % Essex 5 0% Somerset 2 0% Physical Health % Gloucester % Sussex 0 0% Legal 1,012 46% Hudson 1 0% Union 1 0% Hunterdon 1 0% Warren 0 0% Drug and Alcohol Use at Discharge Mercer 13 0% Other 128 3% Not Using Alcohol or Drugs 1,387 35% Using Alcohol 155 4% Using Drugs % Total Discharges = 3,909 Unknown 1,323 34% Unduplicated Clients Discharged = 3,367 * 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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