Specialty and non-specialty U.S. substance abuse treatment spending 1986-2020

Distribution of specialty and non-specialty U.S. substance abuse treatment spending from 1986 to 2020

by Statista Research Department, last edited Oct 31, 2014
Specialty and non-specialty U.S. substance abuse treatment spending 1986-2020 This statistic describes the distribution of substance abuse treatment spending by specialty and non-specialty provider type in the United States from 1986 to 2020. In 2009, 88 percent of substance abuse disorder treatment expenditures were dedicated to specialty providers.
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Distribution of specialty and non-specialty U.S. substance abuse treatment spending from 1986 to 2020

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