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Table 2 Availability and Mode of Provision of Behavioral Health Services for Juvenile Offenders\a

From: Juvenile justice systems of care: results of a national survey of community supervision agencies and behavioral health providers on services provision and cross-system interactions

Service CS Directly Provides BH Directly Provides External Provider/Other Not Available/
Don’t Know
Prevention
Substance Use Prevention 17% 55% 39% 1%
HIV/AIDS testing 0% 4% 94% 2%
Tuberculosis, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C testing 1% 4% 93% 3%
Sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing 0% 3% 94% 3%
STI prevention, education and counseling 2% 23% 73% 3%
Hepatitis prevention, education, and counseling 0% 22% 75% 4%
HIV prevention, education and counseling 2% 25% 64% 9%
Substance Use Treatment
Outpatient 9% 93% 6% 1%
Co-occurring substance and mental health treatment 5% 80% 17% 3%
Continuing or aftercare 4% 68% 25% 10%
Intensive outpatient 1% 39% 48% 15%
Other recovery support 1% 25% 55% 21%
Residential treatment 1% 10% 65% 25%
Medication assisted treatment 0% 7% 62% 31%
Detoxification 0% 4% 57% 39%
Mental Health Treatment
Individual counseling 9% 91% 10% 0%
Family counseling 11% 87% 14% 0%
Group counseling 4% 76% 24% 2%
Medication assisted treatment 1% 74% 29% 0%
Residential treatment 1% 7% 76% 18%
Day program < 1% 18% 64% 19%
  1. \a Data are weighted to reflect the estimated national population estimate of the 3202 CS agencies and 4252 BH service providers and in the U.S. and have been adjusted for survey non-response at the state level