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Service Use Among Adolescents With Comorbid Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders

Paul E. Greenbaum

Part 7: Tables

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Tables

Table 1. Relative Frequency of Participants With a Single or Co-Occurring Disorder Receiving Various Services During the 18-month Period From the Wave 1 Assessment


Service

Disorder Group

Adjusted OR

Co-occurring MH and SU
(n = 120)

Only MH
(n = 437)

Psychological testing

42.9

45.3

Individual counseling

91.7

84.9

Family counseling

59.3

52.2

Group therapy

46.0

37.3

Alcohol & drug counseling

43.7

>

12.8

3.20

Special education classes

78.2

89.9

Speech therapy

6.7

15.7

Vocational rehabilitation

3.7

3.7

Psychotropic medication

34.6

35.3

Nonroutine health care

50.0

36.0

Contact with law enforcement

66.7

>

36.5

2.37


Note. MH = mental health, SU = substance use, OR = odds ratio, > = greater than at p < .05.

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Table 2. Relative Frequency of Participants With a Single or Co-Occurring Disorder Receiving Various Services During the 18-month Period From the Wave 4 Assessment


Service

Disorder Group

Co-occurring MH and SU
(n = 120)

Only MH
(n = 363)

Adjusted OR

Psychological testing

35.3

41.5

Individual counseling

43.1

54.8

Family counseling

23.5

33.9

Group therapy

35.3

39.7

Alcohol & drug counseling

30.4

>

16.4

2.58

Special education classes

55.8

<

83.1

2.70

Speech therapy

8.5

14.1

Vocational rehabilitation

5.0

2.7

Psychotropic medication

13.7

<

27.1

2.14

Nonroutine health care

54.9

57.0

Contact with law enforcement

67.6

>

56.4

1.72


Note. MH = mental health, SU = substance use, OR = odds ratio, > = greater than at p < .05, < = less than at p < .05.

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Table 3. Relative Frequency of Participants With a Single or Co-Occurring Disorder Receiving Various Services During the 6-year Period From the Wave 1 Assessment


Service

Disorder Group

Adjusted OR

Co-occurring MH and SU
(n = 196)

Only MH
(n = 472)

Psychological testing

51.5

63.3

Individual counseling

85.7

85.4

Family counseling

67.3

61.2

Group therapy

56.6

54.9

Alcohol & drug counseling

54.1

>

27.1

3.09

Special education classes

76.0

86.0

Speech therapy

10.2

21.4

Vocational rehabilitation

11.7

9.1

Psychotropic medication

36.7

44.5

Nonroutine health care

71.9

67.4

Contact with law enforcement

81.1

>

65.5

2.13


Note. MH = mental health, SU = substance use, OR = odds ratio, > = greater than at p < .05.

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