In 2007, 7 percent of outpatient treatment facilities also offered child care services for their clients’ children. Outpatient-only facilities that provided child care for clients’ children were more likely than facilities that did not to use a sliding fee scale (81 vs. 67 percent), to offer treatment at no charge to clients who cannot afford to pay (75 vs. 47 percent), or to accept Medicaid payments (75 vs. 58 percent).
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Date Added: 11/01/09
Inventory #: NSSATS09-1022