The state of Arizona requires substance use disorder (SUD) treatment providers to report quarterly on the number of days they were full and unable to accept referrals for treatment. Response rate to the survey was low, but indicated there may be a decrease in the number of people seeking care and being unable to access services. Responses indicated there continued to be a lack of treatment capacity for children and youth, limited acceptance of some insurance types, lack of access for people leaving correctional facilities, and an overall shortage of residential and outpatient treatment placements.
Funding Source: Arizona Department of Health Services
2019 first quarter report on Arizona's substance use disorder treatment capacity