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2010 New York State Yearbook Banner Section K: Health and Human Service

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    Information on health and related topics in New York State — including hospitals; psychiatric centers; substance abuse treatment; Social Security; Medicaid; temporary and family assistance; Food Stamps; and foster care.

    Highlights

  • Approximately 2.6 million patients were discharged from hospitals in New York State in 2008, a slight increase over the previous year.
  • Close to 7,900 New Yorkers were admitted to state psychiatric centers in fiscal year 2009-10.
  • Over 300,000 people were admitted to substance abuse treatment in New York in 2009. Over 26 percent were 35 to 44 years of age.
  • Over 650,000 New Yorkers received a total of more than $4 billion in Supplemental Security Income in 2008.
  • The average monthly number of Medicaid beneficiaries in New York was close to 4.5 million in 2009, an increase of approximately 273,000 from 2008. Sixty-five percent of the recipients lived in New York City.
  • Over 2 million New Yorkers received a total of approximately $2.8 billion in Food Stamp benefits in 2008.
  • There were 25,510 children in foster care in New York State on December 31, 2008, a 3.2 percent decrease compared to December 31, 2007.
K-1 Hospital Discharges by Age, NYS by Patient County: 2008
K-2 Hospital Discharges by Sex, NYS by Patient County: 2008
K-3 Hospital Discharges by Most Common Diagnosis-Related Groups, NYS: 2008
K-4 Hospital Discharges by Most Common Principal Diagnostic Categories, NYS: 2008
K-5 Admissions to and Resident Patients in All Programs at State Psychiatric Centers, US and NYS: Selected Fiscal Years 1949-50 — 2009-10
K-6 Admissions to and Resident Patients in State Psychiatric Centers by Age, NYS by County of Residence: Fiscal Year 2009-10
K-7 State Psychiatric Centers Resident Patients and Admissions by Selected Characteristics, NYS: Fiscal Years 1971-72 — 2009-10
K-8 Individuals Served by Program Type, State and Local Mental Health Facilities, NYS by County of Residence — 2009 Survey
K-9 NYS Institutional Services Census: Selected Fiscal Years Ended 1950-2010
K-10 Utilization of Residential Program Beds, State and Local Mental Retardation/Developmental Disabilities Facilities, NYS: Selected Fiscal Years Ended 2000-10
K-11 Individuals Served in Residential Programs, State and Local Mental Retardation/Developmental Disabilities Facilities, NYS by County: As of December 31, 2009
K-12 Individuals Enrolled in Day Programs, NYS by County: As of December 31, 2009
K-13 Individuals Enrolled in Selected Nonresidential Programs, NYS by County: As of December 31, 2009
K-14 Admissions to Chemical Dependency Treatment, NYS by County of Residence: 2009
K-15 Admissions to Chemical Dependency Treatment, NYS by County of Program Location: 2009
K-16 Average Daily Enrollment in Chemical Dependency Treatment, NYS by County of Program Location: 2009
K-17 Admissions to Chemical Dependency Treatment, Percent by Sex and Race/Ethnicity, NYS by County of Residence: 2009
K-18 Admissions to Chemical Dependency Treatment, Percent by Age Group, NYS by County of Residence: 2009
K-19 Number of Certified Treatment Programs for Chemical Dependency, NYS: 2010
K-20 Social Security Beneficiaries and Benefit Payments, US by State: 2008
K-21 Supplemental Security Income — Monthly Average Recipients and Annual Expenditures, NYS by Local Districts: 2007 and 2008
K-22 Supplemental Security Income — Monthly Average Recipients and Total Annual Program Expenditures, and Federal and State Shares, NYS by Local District: 2008
K-23 Monthly Average Number of Medicaid Eligibles by Category of Eligibility, NYS by Social Services District: 2009
K-24 Monthly Average Number of Medicaid Beneficiaries by Category of Eligibility, NYS by Social Services District: 2009
K-25 Medicaid Expenditures by Category of Eligibility, NYS by Social Services District: 2009
K-26 Temporary Assistance by Funding Source — Monthly Average Cases and Recipients, and Annual Expenditures, NYS by Local District: 2008
K-27 Temporary Assistance — Year-to-Year Comparison of Monthly Average Cases and Recipients, and Annual Expenditures, NYS by Local District: 2007 and 2008
K-28 Temporary Assistance — Monthly Average Cases, Recipients, Children and Adults, and Annual Expenditures, NYS by Local District: 2008
K-29 Safety Net Assistance — Monthly Average Cases, Recipients, Children and Adults, and Annual Expenditures, NYS by Local District: 2008
K-30 Family Assistance — Monthly Average Cases, Recipients, Children and Adults, and Annual Expenditures, NYS by Local District: 2008
K-31 Food Stamps — Monthly Average Households, Persons, and Annual Expenditures, NYS by Local District: 2008
K-32 Food Stamp Benefits — Monthly Average Number of Households, Persons, and Annual Expenditures, NYS by Local District: 2007 and 2008
K-33 Comparison of Monthly Average Cases and Recipients and Annual Expenditures, NYS: 2007 and 2008
K-34 Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) Households Receiving Assistance by Eligibility Status, NYS by Social Services District: Federal Fiscal Year 2008-09
K-35 Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) Emergency Benefit Summary, NYS by Social Services District: Federal Fiscal Year 2008-09
K-36 Foods Distributed Under the Federal Food Distribution Program by Food Values, NYS by Counties Served: State Fiscal Year 2009-10
K-37 Adoptions by Ethnicity, Gender, Age Group, and Number Subsidized, NYS, NYC, Rest of State: 2008
K-38 Child Support Cases and Collections, NYS by Social Services District: 2008
K-39 Children in Foster Care by Type of Care, NYS by County of Residence: December 31, 2008
   
  Figures
K-1 Admissions to Chemical Dependency Treatment as a Percentage of Total Admissions, NYS by Sex: 2009
K-2 Admissions to Chemical Dependency Treatment as a Percentage of Total Admissions, NYS by Age Group: 2009
K-3 Admissions to Chemical Dependency Treatment as a Percentage of Total Admissions, NYS by Race/Ethnicity: 2009
K-4 Admissions to Chemical Dependency Treatment as a Percentage of Total Admissions, NYS by Program Type: 2009
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