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94th Congress
2d Session SENATE COMMITTEE PRINT NO. 68
2d SessionI








VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION ACTIVITIES NOVEMBER 1976 INCLUDES VA STATISTICS FOR NOVEMBER 1976 AND
CUMULATIVE FOR FISCAL YEAR 1977 (OCTOBER-NOVEMBER)



SUBIurITED BY THE VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION
TO THE
COMMITTEE ON VETERANS' AFFAIRS UNITED STATES SENATE
VANCE ItARTKE, chaUi,1U'll 94th Congress



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Printed for the use of the Committee on Veternus' Affairs U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 82-853 WASIIINGTON : 1977




































COMMITTEE ON VETERANS' AFFAIRS VANCE HARTKE, Indiana, Chairman HERMAN E. TALMADGE, Georgia CLIFFORD P. HANSEN, Wyoming
JENNINGS RANDOLPH, West Virginia STROM THURMOND, South Carolina
ALAN CRANSTON, California ROBERT T. STAFFORD, Vermont
RICHARD (DICK) STONE, Florida JOHN A. I) URKIN, New IHnpshire FRANK J. BRIZZI, Staff Director GuY 11. MCMICHAEL Ill, Oh nrral Counsel

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FOREWORD


This is a continuing monthly issue of committee prints of Veterans' Administration activities initiated with the February 1972 edition, which was designed to fill the need of Members of Congress and other interested parties for accurate and conveniently presented detailed information about programs administered by the Veterans' Administration.
It contains statistical information concerning Veterans' Administration activities on most of the major programs, including health care, VA drug dependence, VA alcohol dependence, e( ucation and training, compensate ion and pension, guaranteed or insured loams, and direct loans.
In addition, on a quarterly asis, Cables are added to reflect the cumulative statistics for the fiscal year to date for these programs where such information is pertinent. Also, on a perio(lic basis, information on the veterans' outreach services program, the insurance program, and the Veterans' A(ministration expenditures, and the veterans population statistics will b)e in,,luled.
We believe that regular rel)orting of these data will be of considerable benefit to the members of the Veterans' Affairs committeeee and other interested and concerned parties.
The committee wishes to thank the Veterans' Administration for its splendid cooperation in helping to make this material a vailable.
VANCE IIARTKE,
L'Chairman.
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CONTENTS


Page
FOREWORD ----------------------------------------------------------------HEALTH CARE:
Table 1. Xledical care employment and patient admissions ------------------- 2
Table 2. Average daily inpatient census and outpatient medical visits --------- 18 DRUG DEPENDENCE PROGRAM:
Table 3. Summary of VA drug dependence program ------------------------- 36
ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE PROGRAM:
Table 4. Summary of VA alcohol dependence treatment program activity ------ 42 EDUCATION AND TRAINING:
Table 5. Educational assistance for veterans and servicemen ----------------- 46
Table 6. Educational assistance for servicemen ----------------------------- 50
Table 7. Educational assistance for dependents ----------------------------- 54
Table 8. Vocational rehabilitation ----------------------------------------- 58
COMPENSATION AND PENSION:
Table 9. Disability and death-compeDsation and pension ------------------- 62
LOAN GUARANTY:
Table 10. Guaranteed, insured, and direct loans ---------------------------- 66
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VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION ACTIVITIES

NOVEMBER 1976






2

TABLE 1.-MEDICAL CARE EMPLOYMENT

Medical care full- Admissions
tie equivalent
emiplovient,
Novemnber 1976 2 Veterans'
e _Item Hospital gional
No. medical Total IHospitaldistrict Hospital VA and
Total inpatient non-VA Total
care VA
Total Psychiatry


1 All hospitals (total) ------------- 174, 110 138, 169 98, 5(6 93, 368 92, 376 12, 735

Alabama:
2 Biriningham -------- 10 1, 150 993 1, 112 1,095 1,095..........
3 Montgoinr_------------- 10 454 333 290 267 267
4 Tuscaloosa-. ----------------- 10 883 702 343 333 325 275
5 Tuskce_ ---------------------10 1, 378 1, 109 358 358 355 120

6 Total --------------------,-------- 3 865 3, 137 2, 103 2, 053 2, 042 395

Alaska:
7 Juneau (110) (total) ---------- 28 19 216

Arizona:
8 Phoenix -------------------- 25 864 607 617 552 552 69
9 Prescott -------------------- 25 448 355 350 348 313
10 Tucson- ...25 847 640 741 727 727 58

11 Total --------------------------- 2, 159 1,602 1,708 1,627 1, 592 127

Arkansas:
12 Favetteville ---------------- -19 387 346 377 371 371
13 Little Rock_ ---------------- 19 2, 520 2,021 1,354 1, 317 1, 313 244

14 Total ------------------------- 2, 9,07 2,367 1,731 1,688 1,684 244

California:
15 Fresno --------------------- 27 523 414 385 380 380 45
16 Liverxnore ------------------- 27 402 345 265 260 260 14
17 Long Beach ----------------- 26 3, 333 2, 602 1,863 1,824 1,802 217
18 Los Angeles (Brent.) ------------26 1, 009 903 327 319 319 287
19 Los Angeles (Wad.) 26 2, 529 1,788 1, 478 1, 256 1,224
20 Los Angeles (OPC) ---------- 26 303 -----------54----------------------------21 Martinez ------------------- 27 1,019 838 625 617 617 100
22 Palo Alto 3- .- --------------27 2,378 1,970 916 iJ01 899 384
23 San 1)iego ------ 26 1,751 1,496 1, 329 1,304 1,290 130
24 San Francisco ------------- 27 1,206 647 705 674 674 24
25 Seplvda- .......----- 26 1, 69 1, 35S 869() 854 850 169

26 Total -------------------. 16, 092 12, 361 8, 816 8,389 8,315 1,370

Footnotes at end of table.







3

AND PATIENT ADMISSIONS

during November 19761

Administration Non-VA
Item
bed section Hospital Nursing No.
Nurs- care
ing Domi- Total Domibed ciliary non-VA ciliary
Surgical Medical care State Other State Community


26,248 53,393 303 689 5,138 497 2,333 333 1, 6C6 369 1


603 492 -------- -------- 17 ---------- ---------- ---------- 17 ---------- 2
49 218 23 20 ---------- 3 --------- 3
----------- 50 8 -------- 10 ---------- ---------- ---------- 10 4
78 157 3 -------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------- 5

730 f 17 11 50 ---------- 20 ----- ---- 30 ---------- 6


----------- ---------- -------- ------- 216 ----------- 215 ---------- 1 7


128 355 65 ---------- 16 ---------- 49 ---------- 8
76 237 35 2 ---------- ---------- ---------- 2 9
234 435 -------- -------- 14 ---------- ---------- ---------- 14 ---------- 10

438 1,027 -------- 35 81 ---------- 16 ----------- 65 ---------- 11


113 258 -------- -------- 6 ---------- ---------- --------- 6 12
495 574 4 37 ---------- 22 15 13

608 832 4 -------- 43 22 ---------- 21 ---------- 14


152 183 -------- -------- 5 ------- -- ---------- ---------- 5 ---------- 1,5
82 164 -------- -------- 5 ---------- ---------- ---------- 5 ---------- 16
405 1,190 22 -------- 39 ---------- ---------- ---------- 39 ---------- 17
----------- 32 -------- -------- 8 ----------- ---------- ----------- 8 ---------- 18
403 821 -------- 32 222 80 ---------- 42 39 61 19
----------- ---------- -------- -------- 54 ---------- 54 ---------- ---------- ---------- 20
203 314 -------- --------- 8 ---------- 2 ---------- 6 21
202 313 2 -------- 15 ---------- ---------- ---------- 15 ---------- 22
405 755 14 -------- 25 ---------- 12 13 ---------- 23
304 346 -------- -------- 31 22 ---------- 9 24
165 516 4 -------- 15 ---------- ---------- ---------- 15 25

2,321 4,624 42 32 427 80 90 42 '154 61 2 (1







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TABLE I.-MEDICAL CARE EMPLOYMENT

Medical care full- Admissions
time equivalent
employment,
November 1976 2 Veterans'
Re
Item Hospital gional
NO. medical Total Hospitaldistrict Hospital VA and
Total inpatient non-VA Total
care VA
Total Psychiatry


Colorado:
27 Denver -------------------- 24 1,116 873 1,110 1,055 1,0,55 130
28 Fort Lyon ------------------ 24 634 576 84 81 81 70
29 Grand Junction ------------ 24 250 178 178 175 170 ---------30 Total -------------------- -------- 2,000 1,627 1,372 1,311 1,306 200

Connecticut:
31 Newington 3 549 419 429 283 283 23
32 West Haven ---------------- 3 1,374 1,172 846 837 834 69

33 Total -------------------- -------- 1,923 1,591 1,275 1,120 1,117 92

Delaware:
34 Wilmington (total) - 4 562 474 327 300 300 ---------District of Columbia:
35 Washington (total) - 6 1,682 1,302 1,324 1,289 1,289 101

Florida:
3 6 Bay Pines ------------------ 12 1,527 899 870 582 560 75
37 Gainesville- 12 1,031 8:39 913 901 901 48
38 Lake City ------------------ 12 593 501 519 517 516 -------39 Miami --------------------- 12 1,849 1,290 1,564 1,515 1, 50i 160
40 Tampa --------------------- 12 1,759 1, 469 1,511 1,475 1,475 115

41 Total -------------------- -------- 6,759 4,998 5,377 4,990 4,957 398

Georgia:
42 Atlanta (Decatur) ----------- 9 1,281 969 1,187 1,150 1,1.50 97
43 Augusta 3 .................. 9 1,634 1,447 738 714 712 255
44 Dublin --------------------- 9 727 498 489 542 414 ---------45 Total --------- t 3,642 2,914 2,414 2,316 2,276 352

Hawaii:
46 Honolulu (RO) (total) ------- 27 48 ---------- 136 ---------- ---------- ---------Idaho:
47 Boise 28 383 301 357 323 1 323

Footnotes at end of table.







5

AND PATIENT ADMISSIONS-Continued


during November 1976 1


Administration Non-VA

Item
bed section Hospital Nursing No.
Nurs- care
______ _____ ing Domi- Total ___________________ Domibed ciliary non-VA ciliary
Surgical Medical care State Other State Commuinity



290 635--------- ------------55 25 12 13 5 27
11 -------- -------------3-------------- ---------- ---------- 3---------- 28
52 118 5 3----------- ---------------- 3----------29

242 764 5 -- ---61 ------23 12 19 5 30


113 147--------- -----------146 68 4 ------15 59) 31
207 558 3 -----9----------- ---------- --------------9-------------32

320 705 3---- 135 68 4 ------24 59 33


145 155 --- -- --27 2 11 12 2 34


238 950 ---------- 353 ---- 13 22-------------33


211 274 7 15 288 ----- 227----------- 61-------------36
438 415--------- ------------12-------------------- --------------12-------------37
145 371 1 2 1------I---------- 1-------38
383 962 10 49------ 33 ----- 16 ------39
34.5 1,015--------- ------------36 -------- ------ ------- 36-------------40

1,522 3,037 18 15 387 ----- 261---------------126-------------41


351 702--------- ------------37 ------ 20 17-------------42
221 236 2 24----------- --------------10 14-------43
75 339 5 33 37---------------6 1 30 44

647 1,277 7 33 98 ------ 20 16 32 30 45


-------- ---- ---------------136 -- ---136----------- ---------- -----------46


123 ~ 200---------------------34-16 99 47







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TABLE le-MEDICAL CARE EMPLOYMENT

Medical care full- Admissions
time equivalent
employment,
November 1976 2 Veterans'
Re
Rom Hospital gional
No. medical Total Hospitaldistrict Hospital VA and
Total inpatient non-VA Total
care VA
Total Psychiatry


Illinois:
48 Chicago (Lakeside) ---------- 17 1,068 931 1,175 1,146 1,146 40
49 Chicago (Westside) ---------- 17 1,432 937 810 749 749 145
50 Danville ------------------- 15 1,371 1,225 326 324 320 121
51 Hines ---------------------- 17 3,092 2,755 2,284 2,254 2,254 254
52 Mat-ion -------------------- 21 387 310 362 344 344 ---------53 North Chicago -------------- 17 1,973 1,713 560 549 541 175

54 Total -------------------- -------- 9,323 7,871 5,517 5,366 5,354 735

Indiana:
55 Fort Wayne ---------------- 15 349 286 2 6S 264 263 ---------56 Indianapolis 6 --------------- 15 1,393 1,119 1,150 1,112 1,112 95
57 Marion -------------------- 15 1,210 1,109 247 241 239 160

58 Total -------------------- -------- 2,952 2,514 1,66,5 1,617 1,614 245

Iowa:
59 Des Moines ----------------- 23 770 616 536 495 495 ---------60 Iowa City ------------------ 23 833 702 916 819 819 49
61 Knoxville ------------------ 23 1,000 785 115 11 15 ill 75

62 Total -------------------- -------- 2,603 2, 103 1,567 1,429 1,425 124

Kansas:
63 Lea venworth -------------- 22 1,059 773 .577 572 495 170
64 Topeka -------------------- 22 1,268 1,081 375 364 362 127
65 Wichita -------------------- 22 460 362 326 316 316 ---------66 Total -------------- ----- -------- 2,787 2,216 1,278 1,252 1,173 297

Kentucky:
67 Lexington 5 ----------------- 11 1,738 1,485 1,071 1, 057 1,057 205
68 Louisville ------------ ----- 11 866 710 642 609 609 56

69 Total -------------------- -------- 2,604 2,195 1,713 1,666 1,666 261

Louisiana:
70 Alexandria ----------------- 19 701 15 8 0 503 496 492 11
71 New Orleans ---------------- 19 1,373 1,109 994 .960 960 63
72 Shreveport ----------------- 19 877 730 712 696 696 131

73 Total -------------------- -------- 2,951 2,419 2,209 2, 152 2, 148 205

Maine:
74 Togus (total) --------------- 1 1,061 903 425 :::412 411 135

Footnotes at end of table.









AND PATIENT ADMISSIONS-Continued


during November 1976 1

Administration Non-VA

Item
bed section Hospital Nujrsing No.
Nurs- care
___________________ ing Domi- Total ______ __ _____I)ni
bed ciliary non-VA ciliary
Surgical Medical care State Other State Comn111unity



332 774--------- ------------29----------- ---------- --------------29-----------4
239 :365------ -------- 61---------- 31 3------- 0---------- 49
67 1,32 4 -----2-----------------------------------2---------s
415 1,585--------- ------------30--------------------- --------------30-------------51
84 260 -------- ------------18 ------3 ------ 15-------------52
52 314 8 -----1II---------- ---------- ---------------1-------5:3

1,189 3,430 12 ----- 151 ------ 34--------------117-------------54


97 166 1-------------4----------- ---------- --------------4-----317 710 --------------------38 ------ 25 4 8 1 56
------ 79 2 -----6----------- ---------- --------------6-------------57

414 955 3 -- ---48 ---- -25 4 is 1 5


214 281--------- ------------41 9 12 2 13 5 59
248 522 -------- ------------97 32 8 36 11 10 60
---------- 36 4--------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 61

462 839 4 ----- 138 41 20 3S 24 15 62


140 185 4 73 5--------------------- --------------5-------------63
54 181 2 ----- 11-----------------------------------11-------------64
95 221---------------------10 ------4 ------3 3 65

289 587 6 73 26 ------4 ------19 3 66C


310 542--------- ------------14 1-----I----- 13-------------67
226 327 --------------------33 ------ 14 ------19------------68

536 869 --------------------47 ------ 15 ------ 32-------------69)


184 297 4 -----7--------------------7-------------70
328 569 -------- ------------34 ------7 ------ 21 6 71
265 300 --------------------16---------------6---------------10-----------7

777 1, 166 4 -- - -57 -- - -13 -- - -38 6 73


93 183 1 -- 13 - --- 8 ---------- 5i ---- - 7






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TABLE I.,-MEDICAL CARE EMPLOYMENT

Medical care full- Admissions
time equivalent
employment,
November 1976 2 Veteram'
Re
Item Hospital gional
No. medical Total Hospitaldistrict Hospital VA and
Total inpatient non-VA Total
care VA
Total Psychiatry


Maryland:
75 6 747 547 618 602 602 15
76 Fort Howard --------------- 6 507 415 142 130 130 15
77 Perry Point ----------------- 6 1,210 1,051 199 198 197 103

78 Total -------------------- -------- 2,464 2,013 959 930 929 133

Massachusetts:
79 Bedford -------------------- 1 1,264 933 238 231 229 118
80 Boston (Hosp.) ------------- 1 1,594 1,307 1,083 1,063 1,063 37
81 Boston (OPQ -------------- 1 391 ---------- 234 ---------- ---------- ---------82 Brockton ------------------- 1 1,313 1,091 186 182 177 123
83 Northampton --------------- 1 936 807 259 191 191 150
84 West Roxbury-------------- 1 696 636 319 316 316

85 6,194 4,774 2,319 1,983 1,976 428

Michigan:
86 Allen Park ----------------- 14 1,470 1,041 868 790 787 ill
87 Ann Arbor ----------------- 14 794 709 1,089 1,079 1,079 57
88 Battle Creek ---------------- 14 1,395 1,058 271 263 262 221
89 Iron Mountain -------------- 16 386 308 278 274 273 ---------90 Saginaw -------------------- 14 364 323 249 245 245 ---------91 4,409 3,439 2,755 2,651 2,646 389

Minnesota:
92 Minneapolis ---------------- is 2,092 1,651 1,808 1,747 1,747 112
93 St. Cloud ------------------- 18 1,034 915 143 139 139 114

94 Total -------------------- -------- 3,126 2,566 1,951 1,886 1,886 226

Mississippi:
95 BiloXi 3 ..................... 10 1,264 918 415 409 378 136
96 10 937 800 822 814 814 73

97 Total -------------------- -------- 2,201 1,718 1,237 1,223 1,192 209

Missouri:
98 Columbia ------------------ 21 931 732 673 647 647 47
99 Kansas City ---------------- 22 1,055 928 852 838 838 68
100 Poplar Bluff ---------------- 21 356 253 328 322 322 ---------101 St. Louis 3 ------------------ 21 2,120 1,628 1,152 1,126 1,125 178

102 Total_ 4,462 3, 546 3, 0 05 2,933 2,932 293

Footnotes at end of tablo.









AND PATIENT ADMISSIONS-Continued


during November 19761

Administration Non-VA

Item
bed section Hlospital Niursing No.
Nurs- care
________ _______ ing IDomi- Total _____________ ______ _____ Doryibed ciliary non-VA ciliary
Surgical Medical care State Other 14tate Comn218 369--------- ------------16 10 6-------73
------ 115--------- ------------12-------------------12------------76
94 1 -----I----------- ---------- --------------1-------77

218 578 1 -----29 ------10 19- -- 78


20 91 2 7----------- ---------- --------------7-------------79
403 623------------20-------------------20-------------80
234 178 20 14 ------22 81
435 ---- 4----------- ---------- ---------------4-------82
41------------68 33 2 25 8 83i
98 218--------- ------------3--------------------- ---------------3-------------84

532 1,016 7 ----- 336 211 22 39 34 3(0 85


240 436 3 -----78 38 20 14 6 86
295 727------------10-------------------10-------87
1 1 8-----4--------------------------------8------------8
81 192 14 3 ()


709 1, -548 5 104 ----41 20 37 6 91


714 921--------- ------------61 ------29 6 20 6 92
------ 2.5--------- ------------4---------------------4-------93

714 946--------- ------------65---------------29 6 24 ~ 6 94


149 93 6--------316 ---------- -------- -------------------9,5
299 442--------- ------------8 -------5--------------3-------------96

448 5353 ---- 31 14 ------5 ----- 9-------------97


277 323--------- ------------26 12 14----- 98
279 491--------- ------------14 2 12-------99
137 18.5--------- ------------6--------------------6------------100
299 648 1 -----26G ----- 3 3 17 3 101

992 1,647 1 I72 17 3 49 3 102






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TABLE I.--MEDICAL CARE EMPLOYMENT

Medical care full- Admissions
time equivalent
employment,
November 1976 2 Veterans'
Re
Item Hospital gional
No. medical Total Hospitaldistrict Hospital VA and
Total inpatient non-VA Total
care VA
Total Psychiatry


Montana:
103 Fort Harrison --------------- 24 294 261 253 231 231 ---------104 Miles City ------------------ 24 195 150 129 128 128 ---------105 Total -------------------- -------- 489 411 382 359 359 ---------Nebraska:
106 Grand Island --------------- 23 311 236 227 192 192 ---------107 Lincoln -------------------- 23 441 357 333 317 317 85
108 Omaha --------------------- 23 919 772 685 679 679 53

109 Total -------------------- -------- 1,671 1,365 1,245 1,188 1,188 138

Nevada:
110 Reno ---------------------- 27 456 304 290 273 270 29
ill Las Vegas ------------------ 27 43 --------------------- ---------- ---------- ---------112 Total -------------------- -------- 499 304 ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------New Hampshire:
113 Manchester (total) ---------- 1 473 307 299 282 271 ---------New Jersey:
114 East Orange ---------------- 4 1,992 1,743 1,216 1,180 1,175 118
115 Lyon ---------------------- 4 1,640 1,457 293 291 287 199

116 Total -------------------- -------- 3,632 3,200 1,509 1,471 1,462 317

New Mexico:
117 Albuquerque (total) 25 1,040 822 945 936 929 72

New York:
118 Albany --------------------- 2 1,491 1,205 769 762 756 112
119 Batavia ------------------ 2 436 349 186 185 185 ---------120 Bath ----------------------- 2 697 264 142 141 105 13
121 Bronx ---------------------- 3 1,848 1,596 996 993 993 54
122 Brooklyn (Hosp.) ----------- 3 1,879 1,462 1,337 1,121 1,119 146
123 Brooklyn (OPQ ------------ 3 205 ---------- 5 ---------- ---------- ---------124 Buffalo --------------------- 2 1,650 1,351 1,066 1,057 1,056 123
125 Canandaigua --------------- 2 1,181 1,055 200 200 198 139
126 Castle Point ---------------- 3 584 465 209 209 209 ---------127 Montrose ------------------- 3 1,550 1,393 289 289 286 240
128 New York ------ ------------ 3 2,165 1,659 1,170 1,145 1,145 148
129 New York (Prosthetic Ctr.)--- 29 116 ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------130 Northport ------------------ 3 1,797 1,527 609 608 608 78
131 Syracuse -------------------- 2 866 670 453 437 437 40

132 Total --------------- ---- -------- 12,996 7,431 7,147 7,097 1,093

Footnotes at end of table,









AND PATIENT ADMISSIONS-Continued


during November 1976'

Administration Non-VA

Item
bed section Hospital Nursing No.
Nurs- care
__________ _________ ing Domi- Total ______ _________ _______ omibed ciliary non-VA ciliairY
Surgical Medical care State Other State Colnmun11ity



118 113--------- ------------22 ------17 1 1 3 103
55 73--------- -------------1---------- ---------- --------------1-------104

173 186------------23 ------ 17 1 2 3 105


50 142--------- ------------35----------- --------------14 2 19 106
104 128--------- ------------16 ------8 -------------107
225 401-------------6----------- ---------- --------------6 ----- 108

379 671--------- ------------57 ------8 14 16 19 109


103 138 3 -----17 ------16 -----------1 110
------------------ -------- -------- ---------- ------------------- ------------- -----1

------- ---------- -------- -------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 112


119 152 11 17 ------ 3 14------------113


231 826 5 -----36 ------17 4 12 3 114
13 75 4 ----- 2----------- ---------- --------------2-------115

244 901 9 -----38 ------17 4 14 3 116


291 566 7 9----------- ---------- --------------9-------117


262 382 6 7--------------------7-------118
43 142-------------1--------------------1-------119
------ 92 12 24 1----------- ---------- ---------------1-----------120
290 649--------- ------------3----------- ------- --- --------------3-------121
369 604 2 ----- 216--------------211 ------5122
------ --------- ----5 5- -- - ---------- ---------- 123
252 681 1 -- - -9 7 2 - -- 124
8 51 2-----------------------------------125
73 136-------------- ---------- ---------- -------------------- ----------------- i127
382 615--------- ------------25 ------ 25----------------128
--------- ---------- -------- ------------------------------------------------------------- --------- 12
146 384-----------------------------------------1 130
214 183--------- ------------16 12 2 -2 13 1

2, 047 3, 957 26 24 284---------------260 2 20 2 1:32

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TABLE MEDICAL CARE EMPLOYMENT

Medical care full- Admissions
time equivalent
employment,
November 1976 2 Veterans'
Re
Item Hospital gional
No. medical Total Hospitaldistrict Hospital VA and
Total inpatient non-VA Total
care VA
Total Psychiatry


Puerto Rico:
162 San Juan 3 1,664 1,220 1,839 1,476 1,476 1 162

Rhode Island:
163 Providence (total) ----------- 1 830 647 736 704 704 36

South Carolina:
164 Charleston ----------------- 9 804 681 656 651 651 62
165 Columbia- 9 841 621 551 516 510 50

166 Total -------------------- -------- 1,645 1,302 1,207 1,167 1,161 112

South Dakota:
167 Fort Meade ---------------- 23 551 515 197 195 195 100
168 Hot Springs ---------------- 23 489 307 259 254 201 4
169 Sioux Falls ----------------- is 493 357 373 358 357 38

170 Total -------------------- -------- 1,533 1,179 829 807 753 142

Tennessee:
171 Memphis ------------------- 11 1,836 1,632 1, 192 1,183 1,183 143
172 Mountain Home------------ 8 1,085 648 572 556 485 149
173 Murfreesboro --------------- 11 969 852 291 289 286 255
174 Nashville ------------------- 11 1,133 926 1,170 1 1,142 1,142 50

175 Total -------------------- -------- 5,023 4,058 3,225 3, 170 3,096 597

Texas:
176 Amarillo ------------------- 25 271 239 252 248 248 ---------177 Big Spring ------------------ 25 373 315 245 245 234 ---------178 Bonham -------------------- 20 313 127 156 154 126 6
179 Dallas --------------------- 20 1,683 1,425 1,393 1,339 1,339 154
180 El Paso (OPQ -------------- 25 69 ---------- 82 ---------- ---------- ---------181 Houston ------------------- 20 2,317 1,979 1,563 1,510 1,506 165
182 Kerrville ------------------- 20 498 415 225 217 214 ---------183 Lubbock (OPQ ------------- 2 5 73 ---------- 12 ---------- ---------- ---------184 Marlin --------------------- 20 301 286 161 160 160 ---------185 San Antonio (Hosp.) --------- 20 1,485 1,250 1,262 1,224 1,224 88
186 San Antonio (OPQ ---------- 20 132 ---------- 27 ---------- ---------- ---------187 Temple -------------------- 20 1,240 1,003 809 799 733 61
188 waco ---------------------- 20 1,360 1,155 320 305 302 248

189 Total -------------------- -------- 10,115 8, 194 6,487 6,201 6,086 722

Utah:
190 Salt Lake City (total) -------- 24 1,105 833 840 1132 825 153

Footnotes at end of table.









AND PATIENT ADMISSIONS-Continued


during November 1976 1

Administration Non-VA

Item
bed section hospital Ntirsing No.
Nurs- ca re
________ -______- ing 1)omi- Total _______ __ ______ ____ ]oribed ciliary iion-VA ciliary
Surgical Medical care State Other State Comnmunit y



274 1,040----------------3- 344 19-------162


112 556------------32 ------15 2 11 4 163


265 324--------- ------------5----------- ---------- ----------------------164
198 262 6 35 ------8 5 22-------165

463 586 6 -----40 ------8 5 27------------166


40 55--------- ------------2--------------------2------------167
40 157 ----------------------1 3 1 168
129 190 1 ---- -15 --- ---8 --- ---7------------169

209 402 1 53 22 ------8 1 12 1 170


431 609--------- ------------9----------- ---------- --------------9-------171
88 248 3 68 16----------- ---------- --------------16-------172
------31 3 2----------- ---------- --------------2------------173
316 776-----------------------28-6 22------------174

835 1,664 6 68 55 ------6 ------49------------175


106 142-------------4----------- ---------- --------------4-------176
48 186 11 -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 177
47 73 3 25 2----------- ---------- --------------2-------178
377 808--------- ------------54 ------25 29------------179
------ ---------82 82---------------- 180
468 873 4 53 ------10 43-------181
40 164 3 8----------- ---------- --------------8-------182
------ --------- ----12 12---------------- 183
------ 160--------- ------------1----------- ---------- ----------------------184
343 793--------- ------------18 1 17------------185
------ --------- ----27 27---------------- 186
254 418 ----- 66 10-------------------10------------187
------54 3 15 4 -------II-----------188

1, 693 3, 671 24 91 286---------161---------------125-------189


Z47 425 7 8 ---------- 7190












18

TABLE 2,-AVERAGE DAILY INPATIENT CENSUS


Average daily census during month of

Re- Veterans' Administration
gional
Item Hospital mediNo. cal Total Hospital-bed section
dis- VA and Nurstrict non-VA Total ing DomiVA bed ciliary
Total Psy- Surgi- Medi- care
chiatry cal cal


I All hospitals (total) ---- ------ 110,877 91,814 75,645 23, 803- 15, 127 36,715 7,127 9,042

Alabama:
2 Birmingham ----------- 10 392 345 345 -------- 199 146 -------- -------3 Montgomery ----------- 10 204 187 187 -------- 21 167 -------- -------4 Tuscaloosa ------------ 10 688 661 555 424 -------- 131 106 -------5 Tuskegee -------------- 10 1,033 1,024 917 396 73 448 107 -------6 Total --------------- ------ 21317 2,218 2,005 819 293 892 213 -------Alaska:
7 Juneau (RO) (total)---- 28 143 --------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------Arizona:
8 Phoenix --------------- 25 421 303 303 67 81 155 -------- -------9 Prescott --------------- 25 425 422 192 -------- 42 150 -------- 230
10 Tucson ---------------- 25 325 264 250 35 83 133 13 -------11 Total --------------- ------ 1,171 989 746 102 206 438 13 230

Arkansas:
12 Fayetteville ----------- 19 208 194 194 -------- 61 133
13 Little Rock 2 ---------- 19 1,494 1,387 1,192 523 226 443 195 --------1
14 Total --------------- ------ 1,702 1,580 1,385 523 286 576 195 ------California:
15 Fresno ---------------- 27 210 185 185 23 65 97 -------- -------16 Livermore- 27 169 144 144 10 54 80 -------- -------17 Long Beach ----------- 26 1,251 1,112 959 92 218 649 153 -------18 Los Angeles (Brent.) ---- 26 463 409 409 396 -------- 13 -------- -------19 Los Angeles (Wad.) ----- 26 2,427 1,022 598 -------- 166 431 -------- 425
20 Los Angeles (0 PC) - - 26 13 --------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------21 Martinez -------------- 27 374 354 354 59 129 166 -------- -------22 Palo Alto 27 1,262 1, 189 1,091 848 103 139 99 -------23 San Diego ------------- 26 559 498 445 94 178 174 53 -------24 San Francisco ---------- 27 304 273 273 14 147 112 -------- -------25 Sepulveda ------------- 26 730 644 574 202 110 261 70 -------26 7,762 5,830 5,031 1,738 1,170 2, 123 374 425

Footnotes at end of table.









AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS


November 1976 1Outpatient medical visits-Staff and fee, November 1976

Non-VA Outpatient treatment Apia

tions for Item
Hospital Nursing home Domi- hospitali- No.
ciliary Total Non- zation Other
Total _________ ______________Service service mnd prenon-VA comnected connvcte'd bed care
State Other State Corn- State
munity


19, 063 1, 030 1, 324 4, 373 6, 838 3, 298 1, 413, 237 483, 272 634, 240 176, 090 99, 633 1


47-------- ------- ----------47 ----- 8, 483 1,414 4, 058 2,606 403 2
15 ---- 4 ---- 11 ----- 7,755 3,957 2,427 664 707 :3
27-------- ------- ----------27 ----- 3,037 1, 128 1,377 389 143 4
9-------- ------- ----------9 2,232 562 811 381 478 5

97 ---- 4 ---- 93------------21, 507 7, 061 8,673 4, 040 1, 733


75 ---- 64 ---- 4 -----453 68 10 10 3 63 7


118 ---- 4 ---- 114------------10, 713 3, 129 2, 774 1,932 860 8
3-------- ------- ----------3 ----- 2,132 506 1, 142 403 79 9
61-------- ------- ----------61 ----- 9, 192 3,3 13 4,661 513 703 10

182 ---- 4 ---- 178------------22,039 8,950 8,577 2,870 1,642 11


15-------- ------- ----------15 1, 697 3335 613 624 103 12
107 ---- 5 ---- 102------------16,637 6,452 6,988 1,573 1,642 1:3

122 5 ---- 117------------18, 354 6,807 7,603 2, 199 1, 743 14


25-------- ------- ----------23 ---- 5, 197 977 3, 122 792 306 13
25-------- ------- ----------25 ---- 2,999 575 1,806 471 147 16
139-------- ------- ----------139------------26, 072 7,513 13, 963 3, 153 1,441 17
54 -------------- ----------54-------14, 765 3, 112 10, 797 590 266 18
1,405 405----------407 94 499 15,200 1,643 8,710 3,693 1, 154 19
13 ---- 13-------- -------- ----------22, 794 13, 093 8, 533 537 631 20
20-------- ------- ----------20------------10, 941 2,819 6,559 957 606 21
73 ---- 4 ---- 69------------19, 466 5,019 11,204 2,482 761 22
61 ---- 2 ---- 59------------16, 666 4, 632 8,953 1,708 1,373 2:3
31 ---- 4 ---- 27------------30,461 12,572 14,395 1,536 1,938 24
86-------- ------- ----------86------------16, 275 3, 521 9, 730 1, 716 1, 308 23

1, 932 405 23 407 598 499 180, 836 55, 476 97, 774 17, 635 9, 931 26









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20

TABLE 2.-AVERAGE DAILY INPATIENT CENSUS


Average daily census during month of
- - - - - - - -
Re- Veterans' Administration
gional
Item Hospital mediNo. Cal Total Hospital-bed section
dis- VA and Nurstrict non-VA Total ing DomiVA bed ciliary
Total Psy- Surgi- Medi- care
chiatry cal Cal


Colorado:
27 Denvei ----------------- 24 614 356 356 76 149 131 ---------------28 Fort Lyon ------------- 24 f'. 3 9 513 478 344 -------- 133 36 -------29 Grand Junction -------- 24 133 119 82 -------- 28 54 37 -------30 Total --------------- ------ 1,286 988 915 421 177 318 72 -------Connecticut:
31 Newington ------------ 3 1,022 141 141 21 68 52 ---------------32 West Haven ----------- 3 645 618 531 114 ill 306 87 -------33 Total --------------- ------ 1,666 7 5 9 672 135 179 35S 87 -------Delaware:
34 Wilmington (total) - 4 599 263 263 -------- 130 133 -------- -------District of Columbia:
35 Washington (total) - 6 814 603 603 164 174 264 -------- -------Florida:
36 Bay Pines ------------- 12 1,306 1,067 638 117 126 3955 114 315
37 Gainesville ------------ 12 475 397 397 79 180 138 ---------------38 Lake City ------------- 12 355 340 302 -------- 83 219 38 -------39 Miami ---------------- 12 826 730 642 156 174 313 88 -------40 Tampa ---------------- 12 704 604 604 119 221 264 -------- -------41 Total --------------- ------ 3,666 3, 137 2,583 471 784 1,328 240 315

Georgia:
42 Atlanta (Decatur) 9 496 416 416 98 1 15 0 168 ---------------43 Augusta 2 .............. 9 1,110 845 806 323 116 367 38 -------44 Dublin ---------------- 9 1,307 SS4 393 -------- 55 339 84 406

45 Total --------------------- 2,913 2, 144 1,616 421 321 874 123 406

Hawaii:
46 Honolulu (RO) (total) 27 IOS --------- -------- -------- -------- -------- ---------------Idaho: 28S 142 142 -------- 52 90 -------------47 Boise (total) ----------- 28

Footnotes at end of tables.







21

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued

November 1976 1 Outpatient medical visits-Staff and fee, July 1976

Non-VA Outpatient treatment
Applications for Item
Hospital Nursing home Doini- hospitali- No.
ciliary Total Non- zation Other
Total Service service and prenon-VA connected connected bed care
State Other State Corn- State
nmunity



258 ------- 3 125 45 85 12, 993 4,965 7, 194 487 337 27
26---------------- 26 1,879 1, 066 495 127 191 28
2-------- -----------------------15 27 1,361
15 ------- ...... 15 1,361 263 778 272 48i 29
299 ------- 3 125 86 85 16, 223 6, 294 8, 467 886 576 30



881 305 1 35 540 9,303 5, 626 2, 651 784 242 31
26 ---------------------- 26 -------- 6,749 1,321 3, 764 884 780 32

907 305 1 ------- 61 540 16, 052 6, 947 6, 415 1, 668 1, 022 33
1,471 3:9554

337 ------- 1 211 78 47 5,219 1,471 2,855 -4339 54 34


211 ------- 4 ------- 84 123 14, 675 4, 995 5, 847 2, 966 867 35


239 ------- 61 178 -------- 34,548 22, F01 6,346 1,954 3,4471 36
79 --------------------- 79 -------- 8,482 2,481 3, 705 1,846 450 37
15 -------------- -------- 15 1,528 226 555 658 89j 38
96 ---- -- 86 --------- 19, 240 6,980 7,871 3,685 704 39
100 ---------------------- 100 -------- 13, 347 3, 794 5, 783 2, 840 930 40

529.71 ------- 45871 --- 477, 145 36,282 24,260 10,983 5,620 41


80 ---- 7 -- 73 --------- 18,501 6,934 7,998 2,290 1,279 42
266 --------------- 178 88 -------- 6,353 1,443 3,333 990 587 43
423 --------------- 124 7 292 1, 114 108, 15) 518 73 44

769 ------- 7 302 168 292 25, 968 8, 485 11, 746 3, 79S 1, 9391 45


108 ------- 103 ----....... 3, 184 2,033 839 113 199 46


146- 3 -------. 28 115 4,434 1,999 1,667 450 318 47







22

TABLE 2.-AVERAGE DAILY INPATIENT CENSUS


Average daily census during month of

Re- Veterans' Administration
gional ____ ________________ __Item Hospital mcdiNo. cal Total Hospital-bed section
dis- VA and Nurstrict non-VA Total _____ ____ ____ ___- ing DomiVA bed ciliary
Total Psy- Surgi- Medi- care
chiatry cal cal


Illinois:
48 Chicago (L.S.) -----------17 518 433 433 26 191 217
49 Chicago (W.S.) ----------17 559 462 462 79 170 213-------50 Danville ----------------15 1,147 1,129 1,017 5.51 60 406 112
51 I-ines-------------------17 1,272 1, 156 1, 156 207 284 666-------52 Marion -----------------21 201 144 144------------35 109................53 North Chicago -----------17 1,565 1,492 1,317 791 58 468 175 ---54 Total --------------- --------5,261 4, 817 4, 530 1,654 798 2,079 287--------Indiana:
55 Fort Wayne -------------15 207 190 151 ----- 58 93 39 ---56 Indianapolis4'---------15 839 564 505 93 152 260 60 ---57 Marion ------------------15 1, 046 1,006 939 276-----------664 66--------58 Total-------------2,092 1, 760 1,595 369 210 1,016 165--------Iowa:
59 Des Moines --------------23 662 271 271------------110 161--------60 Iowa City ---------------23 767 2.58 258 45 114 99--------- -------61 Knoxville ---------------23 818 812 620 224 ---- 396 193

62 Total --------------- --------2,247 1,341 1, 148 269 224 655 193 ---Kansas:
63 Leavenworth--------22 1, 176 1,151 401 140 116 145 42 707
64 Topeka -----------------22 911 867 792 487 23 282 75
65 Wichita----------22 260 122 122 ----- 37 85--------66 Total --------------- --------2,345 2, 140 1,315 627 176 512 118 707

Kentucky:
67 Lexington 4--------------. . 11 972 928 835 351 131 352 93
68 Louisville ---------------11 371 321 321 49 130 143--------69 Total-------------1,343 1,249 1, 156 400 261 495 93

Louisiana:
70 Alexandria---------19 415 405 317 6 96 214 89
71 New Orleans------------ 19 616 448 448 56 175 216
72 Shreveport --------------19 392 350 350 71 113 166-------73 Total --------------- --------1,422 1,203 1, 114 133 385 597 89

Footnotes at end of table.







23

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued


November 1976 1Outpatient medical visits- Staff and fee, July 1976

Non-VA Outpatient treatment
________________ _________________________ __________ ________ Applications for Item
Hospital Nursing home 1)omi- hospitali- No.
Ttlciliary Total Srie Non- zation Other
Total______ Service_____ _____ service and prenon-VA connected connected bed care
State Other State Coln- State
inity



84 ------------ 84 ----- 9,038 118 -5,742 2,838 340 48
96 ---- 15 --- 81------------21,548 6,3.63 11,395 2,441 1, 149 49)
18 ------------ is 2, 792 682 1, 149 431 530 5 0
115-------- ------- ----------115------------14, 596 ;')-)1 9), 689 3, 171 1, 18-r) 31
57--------------57 ----- 3, 199 469 1, 732 850 128 52
73-------- ------- ----------73 ----- 6,373 1,421 3,874 592 486 53

443 15 ---- 428------------57,546 9,804 33,601 10,323 3,818 54


17 ------ ------- --- 17 ---- 1,057 206 363 305 183 55
273 ---- 10 132 46 85 13,890 3,694 7,518 2,084 594 56
40-------- ------- ----------40 ----- 1,988 515 1, 118 214 141 57

330 ~ 10 132 103 85 16,933 4,415 8,999 2,603 98 58


389 143 1 65 41 139 8, 376 2,970 3,987 8,52 37 59
509 19 1 301 66 122 f 4, 547 426 3, 149 693 29 60
6-------- ------- ----------6 1,919 1,027 666 81 15 61

904 162 2 366 113 261 14,842 4,423 7,802 1,626 991 62


25-------- ------- ----------25 2, 81:3 330 998 600 8 83 63
43-------- ------- ----------43----- 7,340 2,645 3,494 629 772 64
138 ---- 4 58 10 66 4,361 1,780 1,931 440 210 63

206 ---- 4 58 78 66 14,714 4, 7353 6,423 1, 669 1,867 66


44--------------44 7,206 1,617 4,017 1,069~ 503 67
49 ---- 3 46 8,260 3,050 3,369 786 1,033 68

93 ---- 3 90 13, 466 4, 667 7,386 -_1, 853 1, 558 69


10-------- ------- ----------10 ---- 2, 443 426 1,006 727 276 70
168 ---- 9 ---- 49 110 21,394 4,378 13,296 2,977 j 743 71
42 2 ---- 40 --- 6,813 1,629 2,864 1,860 460 72

20---- 1 99 110 :30,6352 6, 44:3 17, 166 5,356 4 1, 479 73






24

TABLE 2.-AVERAGE DAILY INPATIENT CENSUS


Average daily census during month of

Re- Veterans' Administration
gional________________________ _____ _Item Hospital mediNo. cal Total Hospital-bed section
dis- VA and Nurstrict nun-VA Total ____ ___________ ing DomiVA bed Ciliary
Total Psy- Su rgi- Mcdi- care
chiatry Cal calI


Maine:
74 Togus -------------------1 621 644 585 337 62 187 1 58 ---Maryland:
75 Baltimore ---------------6 249 224 224 16 82 126--------76 Fort Howard -------------6 274 2,56 209 17------------192 47 ---77 Perry Point --------------6 930 912 845 427-------418 67 ---78 Total --------------- --------1, 45 3 1,391 1,278 460 82 736 114 ---Massachusetts:
79 Bedford -----------------1 950 888 730 404 37 290 158 ---80 Boston (Hosp.) -----------1 7.55 688 688 95 228 365--------81 Boston (OPC)------------ 1 436 -- - -- - -- - -- - - - -- - -- -
82 Brockton----------------1 856 830 733 435 13 285 97 ---83 Northampton ------------1 975 6735 626 379------------247 49 ---84 West Roxbury ------------1 207 203 203 ----- 61 142--------85 Total --------------- --------4, 179 3,284 2,981 1,313 339 1,329 303 ---Michigan:
86 Allen Park ---------------14 1, 228 540 470 76 127 266 71 ---87 Ann Arbor --------------14 323 286 286 58 102 126--------88 Battle Creek -------------14 1, 052 1,024 830 617------------213 194 ---89 Iron Mountain -----------16 227 220 182 ----- 66 116 37 ---90 Saginaw -----------------14 147 138 138------------44 94--------- -------91 Total --------------- --------2,976 2,207 1,906 75 1 340 815 302

Mlinnesota:
92 Minneapolis---------1 1, 170 631 65 1 88 274 289--------93 St. Cloud ---------------18 871 829 785 386------------400 44 ---94 Total --------------- --------2,010 1,480 1,436 474 274 689 44 ---Mississippi:
95 Biloxi 2------------------------10 1, 256 1, 200 760 452 73 235 34 406
96 Jackson -----------------10 402 374 374 6ii 136 178 ---97 Total --------- --------------1,68 1, 574 1, 133 512 208 413 34 406


Footnotes at end of table.







25

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued

November 1976 Outpatient medical visits-Staff and fee, July 1976

Non-VA Outpatient treatintiit
ApplicaItions for Item
Hospital Nursing home Doni- hospitali- No.
ciliary Total Non- zation Other
Total _Serviec service and prenon-VA connected connected bed care
State Other State Con- State
munity



36 --1 35 5, 136 2,550 1,679 591 316 74


25 ------- 5 ------- 20 -------- 13, 607 3, 161 7, 135 2,723 588 75
18--------------- --------- 18s 1,567 256 1,042 110 159 76
18 ----------------- -18 2,361 894 1, 036 251 160 77

61 ----5 ....... 56 -------- 17,535 4,311 9,233 3,084 907 78


62 --------------------- 62 8, 484 3, 389 4, 135 374 586 79
67 ---------------------- 67 --------- 14, 597 3, 337 7, 161 3,226 873 80
436 121 12 54 249 23,764 17,028 5,552 226 958 81
26 -------------- ------- 26--- 8,745 3, 174 4,611 219 741 82
300 13 ------- 181 39 67 6,214 2, 750 2, 560 219 685 83
3 --------------------- 3 3,203 702 1,685 730 86 84

894 134 12 235 197 316 65, 007 30, 380 25, 704 4, 994 3, 929 85


688 ------- 13 450 45 180 21, 881 10, 160 8,309 2, 120 1,283 86
37 ---------------------- 37 3, 779 1, 177 1,731 492 379 87
28 ------- -------- .......-28 6, 189 2, 269 2, 906 356 658 88
7 1------ 1 6 1,947 780 615 386 166 89
9 -------------- -------- 9 -------- 2,472 610 1, 116 587 159 90

769 ------- 14 450 125 180 36, 268 14, 996 14, 677 3,950 2,645 91


519 ..... 6 76 110 327 20, 955 7, 479 9,000 2,984 1,492 92
42 -------------- 42 2,852 1,502 1, 052 149 149 93

561 ------- 6 76 152 327 23, 807 8, 981 10, 052 3, 133 1, 641 94


56 --------- 56 ------- 4,617 1,520 2, 229 567 301 95
28 ------.1 27 8, 998 2, 897 3, 608 1,919 574 96

84 -- -- -. 83 ------ 13, 615 4,417 5, 837 2, 486 97







26

TABLE 2.--AVERAGE DAILY -INPATIENT CENSUS


Average daily census during month of


Re- Veterans' Administration
gional ___Item Hospital mediNo. cal Total Hospital-bed section
dis- VA and Nurstrict non-VA Total ____________________ ing DomfiVA bed ciliary
Total Psy- Surgi- Medi- care
chiatry cal Cal


Missouri:
98 Columbia-------------- 21 386 351 304 40 126 138 47----99 Kansas City -------------22 405 366 366 60 139 167--------- -------100 Poplar Bluff -------------21 211 188 140 ----- 61 79 48 ---101 St. Louis 2---------------21 1,060 827 737 251 150 335 90 ---102 Total -----------------------2,062 1,732 1,547 352 476 719 185----Montana:
103 Fort Harrison ------------24 292 141 141------------47 93................104 Miles City ---------------24 103 88 63 ----- 22 41 26 ---105 Total --------------- ---------395 229 203 ----- 69 134 26 ---Nebraska:
106 Grand Island ------------23 660 180 139 ----- 38 101 41 --107 Lincoln -----------------23 165 148 148 48 50 49 - --- -
108 Omaha ------------------23 338 329 329 66 107 156--------109 Total -----------------------1,183 657 616 114 195 306 41 ---Nevada:
110 Las Vegas ---------------27 -- - -- - -- - -- - -- - - - -- - -- -
il1 Reno -------------------27 156 149 127 18 58 52 22 ---112 Total --------------- ---------156 149 127 18 58 52 22

New Hiampshire:
113 Manchester (total) 1 292 189 151 ----- 50 101 38----New Jersey:
114 East Orange -------------4 1,287 914 875 122 213 541 39 ---115 Lyon -------------------4 1,245 1,230 1,145 680 21 445 85 ---116 Total -----------------------2,532 2, 143 2,020 802 233 985 123 ---New Mexico:
117 Albuquerque (total) --- 25 486 432 385 53 138 195 46 ---Footnotes at end of table.






27

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued

November 1976 1 Outpatient medical visits-Statl and fee, July 1976

Non-VA Outpatient treatment
Applications for Item
HtosIpital Nursing home )oini- Iiospitali- No.
ciliary Total Non- zation Other
Total Service service and prenon-VA connected connected bed care
State Other State Corn- State
munity



35 .... 2 33 -------- 4,979 656 2, 967 597 759 98
39 ------- ------- -------. .--. 9,029 2, 446 4,705 1, 155 723 99
23 ..... 23 2, 474 580 1, 142 559 193 100
234 3 86 75 70 17, 977 3, 381 12,473 1,579 544 101

331 5- 86 170 70 34,459 7, 063 21,287 3,890 2,219 102


152 ---- 4 37 26 85 2, 70:3 1,683 512 300 208 103
15 -------------- --------- 15 798 178 451 154 15 104

167 4 37 41 85 3,501 I 861 963 454 223 105


480 ------- ------- 360 4 116 881 157 309 193 222 106
18 2-- ------- 16 4,669 1,970 1,813 468 418 107
28 --------------------- -28 7, 156 1,393 3,971 1,056 736 108

526 ------- 2 360 48 116 12,706 3,520 6,093 1,717 1,376 109


8 4 - 2, 446 1, 136 926 294 90 110
8 4, -------- 4 ,665 971 2,215 638 841 Ill

8 4 4 -------- 7, 111 2, 107 3, 141 932 931 112


103 1 58 44 6,510 2,246 3,344 655 265 113


372 8 163 101 100 18, 348 7, 181 9, 126 1, 136 905 114
15 ------- ------------15 3, 258 1, 138 1,487 410 223 115

387 S_- 8 163 116 100 21, 606 8, 319 10,613 1,546 1,128 116


54 I 53 7,911 3,310 2,33S 978 1,285 117












82-853-77--5






28

TABLE 2,-AVERAGE DAILY INPATIENT CENSUS

Average daily census during month of

Re- Veterans' Administration
gional
Item Hospital mediNo. Cal Total Hospital-bed section
dis- VA and Nurstrict non-VA Total ing DomiVA bed ciliary
Total Psy- Surgi- Medi- care
chiatry cal Cal

New York:
118 Albany ---------------- 2 722 699 602 102 168 332 97 -------119 Batavia --------------- 2 201 199 199 -------- 23 177
120 Bath ------------------ 2 1,017 1,015 199 10 -------- 188 178 639
121 Bronx ----------------- 3 651 647 647 59 219 369 -------- -------122 Brooklyn (Hosp.) 3 961 925 780 88 244 449 145 -------123 Brooklyn (OP Q 3 2 --------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------124 Buffalo ---------------- 2 811 782 748 107 173 469 35 -------125 Canandaigua ----------- 2 1,034 1,034 935 426 10 499 99 -------126 Castle Point ----------- 3 326 322 229 -------- 62 167 93
127 Montrose -------------- 3 1,255 1,252 1,143 774 14 355 108 -------128 New York (Hosp.) - - 3 841 828 828 140 307 381 -------- -------129 New York (Pros. Ctr.) -- ------ --------- --------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------130 Northport------------- 3 873 869 869 366 143 360 -------- -------131 Syracuse -------------- 2 388 330 292 53 129 110 38 -------132 9,082 8,902 7,470 2,125 1,491 3,855 793 639

North Carolina:
133 Asheville -------------- 8 592 557 476 20 131 325 81 -------134 Durham --------------- 8 413 379 379 69 170 139 -------- -------135 Fayetteville ------------ 8 362 333 294 32 138 124 39
136 Salisbury -------------- 8 949 915 823 480 35 308 92 -------137 Total --------------- ------ 2,315 2,184 1,972 602 474 897 212 -------North Dakota:
138 Fargo (total) ----------- 18 353 209 162 -------- 47 115 48 -------Ohio:
139 Chillicothe ------------- 13 1,149 1,010 916 443 21 451 95 -------140 Cincinnati- -_ -_ -_ ____ 13 613 545 350 69 151 131 194 -------141 Cleveland 2 . . . . . . 13 2,197 1,406 1,306 614 232 461 99 -------142 Columbus (OPQ ------- 13 6 --------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------143 Dayton--------------- 13 1,846 1,798 715 184 148 384 288 795

144 Total --------------- ------ 5,810 4,758 3,287 1,309 552 1,426 676 795

Oklahoma:
145 Muskogee ------------- 20 209 178 178 77 101 -------- -------146 Oklahoma City --------- 20 1,359 361 361 106 126 130 -------- -------147 Total --------------- ------ 1,568 540 0 106 203 231 -------- -------Footnotes at end of table.






29

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued

November 1976 1 1 0 ut patient medical visits-Staff and fee, July 1976

Non-VA Outpatient treatment
Applications for Item
Hospital Nursing home Domi- hospitali- No.
ciliary Total Non- nation Other
Total Service service and prenon-VA connected connected bed care
State Other State Com- State
munity



23 ------- 1 ------- 22 -------- 11,338 3,552 5,303 1,300 1,183 118
2 ------- ------- ------- 2 -------- 5,667 2,919 2,094 377 277 119
2 ------- I ------- 1 -------- 1,296 273 717 154 152 120
4 ------- ------- ------- 4 -------- 16,603 1,570 11,692 2,429 912 121
36 15 ------- 21 -------- 12,410 1,054 6,750 3,566 1,040 122
2 ------- 2 11,900 8,325 2,630 439 506 12
28 ------- 6 22 14,279 5,869 5,635 1,771 1,004 124
--------- ------- ------- ------- -------- -------- 3,850 1, 128 1,865 182 675 125
4 ------- ------- ------- 4 -------- 2,084 597 924 179 384 126
3 ------- ------- ------- 3 -------- 6,359 2,863 2,908 212 376 127
14 ------- 12 ------- 2 -------- 34, 104 12,627 1G, 296 3,372 1,809 128
--------- ------- ------- ------- -------- -------- ----------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 129
4 ------- ------- ------- 4 -------- 16,710 6,911 8,862 703 234 130
58 ------- 2 2G 7 23 10,250 4,924 3,477 1,259 590 131

180 ------- 39 26 92 23 146,850 52, 612 69,153 15,943 9,142 132


35 ------- ------- ------- 35 -------- 6,187 918 3,551 1,046 672 133
34 ------- ------- ------- 34 -------- 8,592 253 6,079 2,189 71 134
29 ------- ------- ------- 29 -------- 3,780 479 2,094 1,093 114 135
33 ------- 11 22 -------- 11,498 6,003 3,311 898 1,286 13G

131 ------- 11 120 -------- 30,057 7, G53 15,035 5, 226 2,143 137


143 ------- 10 ------- 22 ill 2,728 831 1,142 577 178 138


139 -------------- ------- 139 -------- 3,602 914 1,658 326 704 139
68 ------- -------------- 68 -------- 11,652 3,702 5,570 1,528 852 140
791 ------- 10 ------- 86 695 17,069 6,912 5,655 3,537 965 141
6 6 ------- -------- -------- 5,244 3,504 1,359 48 333 142
48 ------- ------- ------- 48 -------- 4,262 459 1,700 1,373 730 143

1,052 ------- 16 ------- 341 695 41,829 15, 491 15,942 6,812 3,1584 144


997 ------- 3 ------- 27 -------- 5,640 2,291 1, 676 880 793 145
997 20 ------- 537 48 392 13,419 2,477 7,935 1,972 1,035 146

1,027 20 3 537 75 392 19,059 4,768 9,611 2,852 1,828 147






30

TABLE 2,"AVERAGE DAILY INPATIENT CENSUS


Average daily census during mnth of

Re- Veterans' Administration
,gional _ __ ____________ _ _ ___Item Hospital mediNo. cal, Total I-ospital-bed section
dis- VA and Nurstriet non-VA Total ___ _____ ____ing DomiVA bed Ciliary
Total Psy- Surgi- Mcvdi- care
chiary cal cal

Oregon:
148q Portland ----------------28 495 426 426 26 154 246--------149 Roseburg-------------- 28 4012 403 :332 161 21 150 71 ---150 White City --------------28 1, 162 1, 160--------- -------- -------- ---------------- 1,160

151 Total --------------- --------2, 119 1,989 758 187 175 396 71 1160

Pennsylvania:
152 Altoona ----------------------192 178 1539 ----- 45 114 19
133 Butler -----------------------339 350 249--------- ----------249 101
154 Coatesville --------------4 1, 356 1, 239 1, 190 829------------361 49 7--155 Erie -------------------------332 16) 132 ----- 35 97 34 --136 Lebanon ----------------4 951 916 797 386 25 386 119
157 Philadelphia -------------4 520 393 393 34 134 205 ---158 Pittsburgh (Psy.) ---------5 794 750 750 459 4 288
159 Pittsburgh (Gen.) ---------- 780 717 509 28 164 316 208 ----160 Wilkes-Barre -------------4 469 415 415 92 96 228--------161 Total ----------------------5, 753 5, 124 4,5395 1, 828 323 2, 244 529 ---Puerto Rico:
162 San Juan (total) ----------3 1, 292 614 614 239 147 228 -------Rhode Island:
163 Providence (total) ---- 1 615 281 281 30 76 175 ------South Carolina:
164 Charleston ---------------9 364 344 344 52 116 177--------165 Columbia ---------------9 597 432 361 20 149 192 72 ---166 Total- -- -- 7-- -- -- -- -- -- -- ----961 777 705 72 24 369 72 ---South Dakota:
167 Fort Meade --------------23 367 360 360 197 14 148 ---- ---168 Hot Springs -------------23 750 617 222 35 37 151--------- ---395
169 Sioux Falls --------------18 278 263 190 17 83 89 73

170 Total --------------- --------1,395 1,240 772 249 134 389 73 895Footnotes at end of table.






31

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued


November 1976 Outpatient medical visits Staff and fee, July 1976


Non-VA Outpatient treatment
... Applications for Item
Hospital Nursing.home )oMni- hosIpitali- No.
ciliary Total Non- zatiol Other
Total __ Service service and preiion1-VAC d
State Other State Corn- State olilecte connected 1d care
unity



70 2 _8 12, 449 4,419 5, 793 1, 338 899 148
.59 59 3, 651 793 2, 156 511 191 149
2 -------- 2 .. . .. ... . .. I63 206 472 82 103 150


131 4 127 H;, 963 5,418 8, 421 1, 931 1. 193 151


14 .3 11 2, 057 l:3 777 197 170 152
10 10 2, 334 679 1, 282 267 106 153
117 .. 117 ..3,572 1, 837 816 231 688 154
167 66 14 86 2, 260 948 871 :Q)1 90 155
36 2 34 -- 5, 213 3, 283 I, 403 215 312 156
127 13 ... 114 27, 233 9, 809 1 4, 55 2, 050 809 157
44 .- 44 4, 715 2,524 1, 454 228 509 158
62 3 j59 ....- 11,587 ,), 121 6, 231 904 1, 331 159
55 ------- 15 40 7, 719 4, 972 1, 874 513 360 160

632 ------- 37 66 443 86 66, (10 28, 086 29, 273 4, 956 4, 375 161


677 626 ---... 51 25, 537 8, 809 9, 657 5, 407 1, 664 162


333 2 162 48 121 10,574 5, 568 3, 468 512 1, 026 16:


20 ---- 20 .4, 579 622 2, 898 792 267 164
165 ------- 4 74 87 ... 10, 000 3, 776 3, 691 2, 021 512 165

185 ,_- 4 74 107 14, 579 4,398 6, 589 2,813 779 166


7 7 1,897 306 1,279 217 95 167
133 .........--- 25 9 99 1, 288 152 527 263 346 168
15 -------. 2 ------- 13 .- -- 2,498 922 1,044 376 156 169

155 ------- 2 25 29 99 5, 683 1,380 2, 850 856 597 170











82-853-77---6








TABLE '-4AVERAGE VA!LY INPATIENT CENUS


Average daily census during. wonth f

Re- Veterans' Administration
gional,
Item Hfospital iuediNo. cal Total Hospital-bed section
dis- VA and Nurstrict non-VA Total .... ing DomiVA I bed ciliary
Total Psy- Surgi- Medi- Care
chiatry cal cal


Tennessee:
171 Memphis ------ 11 724 696 696 128 175 393
172 Mountain Home 8 1, 466 1,368 431 62 87 283 55 882
173 Murfreesboro 11 834 830 786 330 456 44
174 Nashville ..- 11 445 392 392 34 161 197

175 Total .3, 470 3, 286 2, 305 554 423 1, 328 100 882

Texas:
176 Amarillo 25 126 111 111 -- 47 64
177 Big Spring ------ 25 182 160 141 7 26 108 19
178 Bonham_ ... 20 415 396 76 14 24 38 96 224
179 Dallas ------- 20 684 585 585 105 209 272 1-.........
180 El Paso (OPC)-----------25 30 ..
181 Houston--------. 20 1,212 1,091 1,017 348 210 458 74
182 Kerrville -------------- 20 299 259 228 ....... 37 191 31 -------183 Lubbock (OPC) -------- 25 2 --- --184 Marlin -------- --------- 20 208 194 194 ----------------- 194
185 San Antonio (Hosp.)_... 20 543 465 465 112 193 160
186 San Antonio (OPC) ----- 20 11 --------.
187 emnpie 20 1,131 1,060 562 90 172 298 ......... 500
188 Waco ......._ ------- 20 1,132 1,080 998 636 362 82

189 Total .......5,974 5, 402 4,376 1,312 918 2,146 303 723

Utah:
190 Salt Lake City (totad) --- 24 422 404 362 107 97 158 42

Vermont:
191 White River Junction
(total) --------------- 1 289 191 165 15 79 70 26

Virginia:
192 Ilampton 7 i, 148 1, 121 410 64 87 259 39 672
193 Richmond- ------ 7 698 667 667 53 151 463--------------..
194 Salem ... 7 862 795 697 361 48 287 98 -------195 Total 2, 708 2, 583 1,774 479 286 1,009 137 672

Washington :
196 American Lake
(Tacoma) --.-.-.-- 28 1 493 469 397 297 1 100 72 ----.-197 1 Seattle .. 28 728 255 255 61 8(i 108 ------198 Spokane_ 28 222 186 i86 I 79 107 ......
199 Vancouver_ .. 28 329 288 285 -52 88 145 3
20( Walla Walla 28 12) 117 117 34 83

201 Total ... 1,901 1,314 1, 2401 410 287 1 543 72 3

Footnot,(t4$ at end of tale.






33

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued


November 1976 Outpatient medical visits Staff and fee, July 1976

Non-VA Outpatient treatment
.................. ........... ......................... Applications for Item
Hospital Nursing home lonli- hospitali- No.
ciliary Total Non- zation Other
Total ____ Service service and prenon-VA connected connected bed care
State Other State Corn- State
munity



28 28 11, 347 2, 256 6, 285 2, 463 343 171
98 98 2,992 628 975 1, 145 244 172
4. 4 2,014 540 907 289 278 173
52 1 51 13,074 6, 202 4, 550 1,888 434 174

182 1 1 181 I 29, 427 9, 626 12, 117 5, 785 1,299 175


14 14 ------ 1, 626 115 907 544 60 176
21 21 1,578 403 662 429 84 177
19 19 1,330 466 i 559 251 54 178
99 7 92 17,785 5,619 8, 565 2, 184 1,417 179
30 30 [ 3,404 2,582 402 117 303 180
122 3 ------- 119 ------- 20,080 2,878 11,580 4,751 871 181
40 --- 40 1, 593 367 755 216 255 182
2 2 4,5,35 2,741 1, 246 67 481 183
14 .14 823 145 450 137 91 184
78 78 --------- 10, 283 2, 255 6, 767 696 565 185
I I ------- 5,248 3,859 633 294 4U2 186
71 71 35,518 1,078 2,718 926 796 187
52 3 --- 49 8, 059 5,288 1,558 404 809 188

573 5..6 --- .517 81, 862 27, 796 36, 802 l1, 016 6, 248 189


18 ---- -------18 9,983 2, 738 5, $46 1, 134 265 190



98 1 78 16 13 4,389 1, 774 2,415 13 70 191


27 27 4,348 1, 664 1, 836 3s83 465 192
31 31 ),039 2 163 4,211 I, 108 1,557 193
66 16 50 12, 601 5, 752 4,294 700 1,855 194

25 88 -I
i 108 2 1 5 2,191 3,8 77 195



22 22 I3, o, 161 1,525 ;10 67 196
475 I 5 142 99 229 1I, 875 7, 391 9,.5O 494 I, 410 197
36 36 j 2, 929 908 1, 686 290 45 198
42 42 ;1, 3w) 534 1 2. 091 270 474 199
12 12 1, 219 252 589 250 128 200

587 15 142 211 22) 29 455 10, 246 15,471 1,614 2, 124 201






34

TABLE 2.-AVERAGE DAILY INPATIENT' CENSUS


Average daily census during month of

Re- Veterans' Administration
gional
Item I hospital mediNo. Cal Total Hospital-bed section
dis- VA and Nurstrict non-VA Total ing DoniiVA bed ciliary
Total Psy- Surgi- Medi- caXe chiatry cal cal


West Virginia:
202 Beckley ---------------- 7 185 180 142 52 89 39
203 Clarksburg ----------- 5 201 166 166 27 66 72
204 Huntington- 7 172 118 118 ---- -50 68
205 Martinsburg -------- 6 1,200 1, 113 570 19 83 468 --------- 542

206 Total ---------------- ------ 1,758 1,577 996 47 252 697 39 542

Wisconsin:
207 Madison ----------------16 751 267 267 11 115 141
208 Tomah ------------------ 16 834 824 726 313 --------- 413 97 -------209 Wood ------------- --- 16 1,724 1,619 681 185 210 286 196 742

210 Total--------------- -------3,308 2,709 1,674 509 325 840 293 742

Wyoming:
211 Cheyenne ..----- --------- 24 153 145 100 23 77 45
212 Sheridan ---------------24 386 308 308 194-------- ----114

213 Total --------------------- 539 453 408 194 23 191 45 -------Philippines:
214 Manila (RI)) (total) 27 80 ------------------------------------------------------Sum of individual stations do not add to overall total due to rounding.
2 Data for the VA psychiatric hospitals, Augusta, Ga.; Brecksville, Ohio; Gulfport, Miss.; Jefferson Barracks, Mo.; North Little Rock, Ark.; and Palo Alto, Calif.; are respectively included with the VA general hospitals, Augusta, Cleveland, Biloxi, St. Louis, Little Rock, and Palo Alto.






35

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued


November 1976 Outpatient medical vi its Staff and fee, July 1976

Non-VA (Outpationt treatment
_________ pjlismttiii fi r lwrn
11 opital Nursing home 1)omi- loiith- Ns.
ciliarv Total N.n- 1t01n 1 thr
Total :m c nie ad prenon-VA connected coinects a bed care
State Other State Com- State
unity



4 4 1,903 488 1 026 335 4 202
36-36 2, 423 410 1 1, 113 777 123 203
33 1 52 3, 735 2, 032 804 4 '3 4 16 204
87 ---------------------- 87 -3, 774 2, 0 9 522 305 205

180 1 179 11, 835 3, 8l8 5, 002 2, 087 928 206


484 4 -------- 398 20 62 4, 012 436 2, 329 843 404 207
10 --------------------- 10 1,915 681 1, 065 134 35 208
105 9 --- 96 19, 228 6, 673 8, 600 1, G15 2, 230 209

599 4 9 398 126 62 25, 155 7, 790 12, 071 2, 622 2, 669 210


8 ------- -------------------- ---- 1, 638 437 730 279 192 211
77 29 48 1,092 285 519 117 171 212

85 37 4S 2, 730 722 1, 249 396 363 213


so 79 I 2,448 733 111 1,223 381 214


Includes data for the VA hospital, Aspinwall, Pa.
Includes consolidated data (of the 2 hospital divisions) for the VA general hospitals, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Indianapolis, Ind.; and Lexington, Ky.






36

TABLE &--SUMMARY OF VA DRUG DEPENDENCE PROGRAM


VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL SERVICE, S

Total (fi8cal year 1977)

Oct. 1, 1976,
Nov. 30, 1976 through
Nov. 30, 1976

Inpatient Care

Patients remaining-end of prior period ------------------------------------------ 1,531 1,562
Total gains ------------------------------------------------------------------- 1,727 3,306
Total losses ------------------------------------------------------------------- 1,680 3,277
Patients remaining-end of period ----------------------------------------------- 1,581 1,581
Patient doys of care ----------------------------------------------------------- 41,425 83,625
Average daily census ----------------------------------------------------------- 1,381 1,371
Patients treated --------------------------------------------------------------- 3,261 4,858
Average monthly turnover rate -------------------------------------------------- 121.7 119.5


VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION DRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT CENTERS


Inpatient Ca7e

Total patients remaining-end of prior period ------------------------------------- 1,015 1,026
Gains:
From station outpatient care-ambulatory care ------------------------------- 80 166
From station outpatient care-other ----------------------------------------- 156 290

Total from station outpatient care ------------------------------------------ 236 456

Transfer from other VA facility --------------------------------------------- 51 97
Referred from outside VA -------------------------------------------------- 66 118
All other ----------------------------------------------------------------- 947 1,886

Total gains ----------------------------------------------------------- 1,300 2,557

Lossse:
Treatment completed --------------------------------------------------- 244 511
Treatment not completed --------------------------------------------------- 251 504
To station outpatient care -------------------------------------------------- 5.59 1,081
Transfer to other VA facility ------------------------------------------------ 42 79
Referred outside VA ------------------------------------------------------- 12 31
Patients rejecting care ----------------------------------------------------- 124 233
Disciplinary action -------------------------------------------------------- 34 70
Other --------------------------------------------------------------------- 31 57

Total losses ----------------------------------------------------------- 1,297 2,566







37

TABLE 3.-SUMMARY OF VA DRUG DEPENDENCE PROGRAM-Continued


VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION DRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT CENTERS-Continued

Total (fiscal year 1977)


Oct. 1, 1976,
Nov. 30, 1976 through
Nov. 30, 1976


Inpatient Care
Patients remaining-end of period
Detoxification-opiates------------------------------------------------------- 107 107
Detoxification-other--------------------------------------------------------- 73 73

Total dletoxification------------------------------------------------------- 18 180IS

Methadone maintenance------------------------------------------------------ 96 96
Drug-free therapy------------------------ ----------------------------------- 621 621
Other modalities------------------------------------------------------------- 120 120

Total patients remaining------------------------------------------------- 1,017 1,017

Patient days of care-------------------------------------------------------- 30, 779 62, 131
Average daily census--------------------------------------------------------- 1,026 1,019
Patients treated------------------------------------------------------------ 2,314 3, 583
Average monthly turnover rate------------------------------------------------ 126.4 125.9
Operating beds (month-EOP) (YTD.-average) ---------------------------------1,182 1, 158
Bed occupancy rate---------------------------------------------------------- 88. 3 88.0
Diagnosis of patients admitted (by 1C1)A code):
304.0 and 304.1 (opium, opium derivatives, and synthetic analgesics) -----846 1,631
304.2( barbiturates)------------------------------------------------------- 45 99
304.3 (other hypnotics, sedatives, tranquilizers) --------------------------------21 55
304.4 (cocaine)----------------------------------------------------------- 11 21
304.5 (marijuana; hashish)------------------------------------------------- 11 23
304.6 (other psycho-stimulants)--------------------------------------------- 38 80
304.7 (hallucinogens)------------------------------------------------------ 11 26
304.8 (other)------------------------------------------------------------- 33 55
Alcohol patients admitted to DDTC-------------------------------------------- 285 548
Patients admitted with multiple drug use---------------------------------------- 332 709
Number admitted with service in:
Europe--------------------------------------------------------------------- 259 493
Vietnam-------------------------------------------------------------------- 550 1, 068
United States only----------------------------------------------------------- 255 541
Number of ASMRO referrals------------------------------------------------------ 18s 41
Patients with concurrent alcohol problem EOP---------------------------------------- 197 197








TABLE 3.-SUMMARY OF VA DRUG DEPENDENCE PROGRAM-Continued

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION DRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT CENTERS-Continue4

Total (fiscal year 1977)

Oct. 1, 1976,
Nov. 30, 1976 through
Nov. 30, 1976


litpaliat Care Continiued

Applications for hospital care:
Pending determination eligibility --end of prior period ---------------------------78 46
Ileceived ------------------------------------------------------------- 1,783 3,582
In need of care -------------------------------------------------------- 1, 511 2,933
Not in need of care ---------------------------------------------------- 82 280
Cancelled or withdrawn ------------------------------------------------- 183 369
Legally ineligible 4------------------------------------------------------ 4 14
Pending determination eligibility-end of period --------------------------- 42 42
Acceptance rate. --------------------------------------------------- 94.9 91.3


ALL OT11ER VA FACILITIES-NONDRUG DEPENI)ENCE TREATMENT CENTER ACTIVITY


Inpaticnt Care

Patients remaining-end of prior period -------------------------------..------------ 516 536

Total gains ------------------------------------------------------------------ 427 749

Losses:
Transfer to VA DDTC ----------------------------------------------------- 30 52
Referred to outside VA ----------------------------------------------------- 7 17
All other ------------------------------------------------------------------- 346 642

Total losses ----------------------------------------------------------- 383 711

Patients remaining-end of period ------------------------------------------------64 564
Patient days of care ----------------------------------------------------------- 10, 646 21,494
A rage daily census ----------------------------------------------------------- 355 352
Patients treated --------------------------------------------------------------- 947 1,275
Average monthly turnover rate ---------------------------------------------------- 107.9 I01. 0







39

TABLE 3.-SUMMARY OF VA DRUG DEPENDENCE PROGRAM-Continued

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL SERVICES


7otal (f cral Year 1,)7-)


Oct. 1, 1976',
.Vo'. 40, 170 through
Nov. 30, l)-W0


Outpaticnl Care

Outpatients remaining-end of prior period-_ 7, 985 7,905
Total gains ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 868 1,794
Total losses ...... -- -974 1,879
Outpatients remaining- end of period --------------------------------------------- 7, S71 7, 871
Visits made ------------------------------------------------------------------- 99, 046 201 369


VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION DRUG I)EPENDENCE TREATMENT CENTERS


Outpatient Care

Total outpatients remaining-end of prior period ---------------------------------- 7, 370 7, 337

Gains:
From station inpatient care ------------------------------------------------- 492 970
Transfer from other VA facility ----------------------------------------------11 50
To prebed care- ------------------------------------------------------------ 31 74
To ambulatory care --------------------------------------------------------- 259 492

Total gains- ----------------------------------------------------------- 793 1,586

Losses:
Treatment completed- ------------------------------------------------------ 174 361
Treatment not completed --------------------------------------------------- 400 693
To station inpatient care --------------------------------------------------- 149 261
Transfer to other VA facility- -------------------------- ---------------- 21 4S
Referred outside VA ------------------------------------------------------- 19 38
Patients rejecting care ------------------------------------------------------55 89
Disciplinary action_ -------------------------------------------------------- 42 89
Other- -5-------------------------------------------------------------------- 6 106

Total losses- ----------------------------------------------------------- 925 1,685

Outpatients remaining-end of period:
Detoxification-opiates ----------------------------------------------------- 141 141
Detoxification-all other ------------------------------------------------------ 5- 8 38

Total detoxification ---------------------------------------------------- 199 199

Methadone maintenance -------------------------------------------------------- 4,248 4, 218
Drug-free therapy ------------------------------------------------------------- 2,439 2, 439
Other modalities -------------------------------------------------------------- 372 372

Total outpatients remaining --------------------------------------------7, 258 7, 258






40

TABLE 3.-SUMMARY OF VA DRUG DEPENDENCE PROGRAM-Continued


VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION DRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT CENTERS-Continued

Total (fiscal year 1977)

Oct. 1, 1976,
ATov. 30,1976 through
Alov. 30,1976


Outpatieid Care-Continued

Remaining in ambulatory care EOP --------------------------------------------- 3,485 3,485
Different patients visiting ------------------------------------------------------ 6,894 14,047
Visits made ------------------------------------------------------------------- 98,265 199,173
Visits per patients per month --------------------------------------------------- 14.3 14.2

Diagnosis of patients admitted (by ICDA code):
304.0 and 304.1 (opium, opium derivatives, and synthetic analgesics) ------------- 576 1,143
304.2 (barbiturates) -------------------------------------------------------- 15 34
304.3 (other hypnotics, sedatives, tranquilizers) ------------------------------- 30 40
304.4 (cocaine) ------------------------------------------------------------ 2 19
304.5 (marijuana, hashish) -------------------------------------------------- 6 14
304.6 (other psyco-stimulants) ---------------------------------------------- 13 33
304.7 (hallucinogens) ------------------------------------------------------- 5 7
304.8 (other) -------------------------------------------------------------- 4 5

Alcohol patients admitted to DDTC --------------------------------------------- 142 291
Patients admitted with multiple drug use ----------------------------------------- 177 348
Number admitted with service in:
Europe ------------------------------------------------------------------- 161 328
Vietnam ------------------------------------------------------------------ 412 738
United States only --------------------------------------------------------- 171 348

Referrals from outside --------------------------------------------------------- 80 139
Patients with concurrent alcohol problem EOP ------------------------------------ 849 849

Recidivism for VA drug care:
I time- 129 462
2 times ------------------------------------------------------------------- 157 297
3 times ------------------------------------------------------------------- 86 160
4 times ------------------------------------------------------------------- 31 68
5 or more times ----------------------------------------------------------- 39 70

Total recidivists (recidivism includes iDpatient and outpatient) -------------- 532 1,057

Outreach contracts:
Direct ------------------------------------------------------------------- 4,601 9,023
On behalf of patient ------------------------------------------------------- 7,297 14,894

Total outreach contacts ------------------------------------------------ 11,898 23,917






41

TABLE 3.-- SUMMARY OF VA DRUG DEPENDENCE PROGRAM-Continued


ALL OTHER VA FACILITIES-NONDRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT CENTER ACTIVITY Total (fiscal y(ar 1977)

Oct. 1, 1,976,
A'o. "'0, 1!)7; through
Nov. o, 1.;


Oatpatietd Care-Continued

Followup contacts ------------------------------------------------------------- 3, 214 6, 275
Outpatients remaining-end of prior period ------------------------------------615 568

Total gains 7----------------------------------------------------------------- 75 208

Losses:
Transfer to VA DI)TC -----------------------------------------------------7 101
Referred to outside VA ----------------------------------------------------- 4 8
All other ------------------------------------------------------------------ 38 85

Total losses- -------------------------------------------------------49 194

Outpatients remaining-end of period- - 613 613
Visits made- ------------------------------------------------------------------- 781 2, 196









TABLE 4.-SUMMARY OF VA ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE TREATMENT PROGRAM

ACTIVITY

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL SERVICES

Total (fiscal year 1977)


Oct. 1, 1976,
Nov. 30, 1976 through
Nov. 30, 1976


inpatient Care

Patients remaining-end of prior period--------------------------------------------- 32 31
Total gains---------------------------------------------------------------------- 30 60
Total losses--------------------------------------------------------------------- 25 54
Patients remaining-end of period-------------------------------------------------- 37 37
Patient days of care------------------------------------------------------------- 1,121 2,134
Average daily census-------------------------------------------------------------- 37 35
Patients treated------------------------------------------------------------------ 62 91
Average monthly turnover rate---------------------------------------------------- 67.6 77.1


VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION ALCOHOLISM TREATM ENT UNIT ACTIVITY


Inpatient Care

Patients remiaining-end of prior period-------------------------------------------- 2,442 2,488

Gains:
From station outpatient care-amnbulatory care---------------------------------- 164 322
From station outpatient care-other--------------------------------------------- 365 724

Total from station outpatient care------------------------------------------ 529 1,046

Transfer from other VA facility------------------------------------------------ 141 285
Referred from outside VA----------------------------------------------------- 197 460
All other------------------------------------------------------------------ 2,510 4,846

Total gains------------------------------------------------------------- 3,377 6,637

Losses:
Treatment comlpleted-------------------------------------------------------- 1,249 2,425
Treatment not completed----------------------------------------------------- 272 500
To station outpatient care---------------------------------------------------- 1, 279 2,519
Transfer to other VA facility---------------------------------------------------- 95 202
Referred outside VA---------------------------------------------------------- 50 102
Patients rejecting care-------------------------------------------------------- 230 501
Disciplinary action----------------------------------------------------------- 57 104
Other---------------------------------------------------------------------- 152 337

Total losses------------------------------------------------------------ 3,384 6,690

Patients remaining-end of period------------------------------------------------- 2,464 2,464
Patient days of care------------------------------------------------------------- 76, 597 153, 359
Average daily cnsu ---------------------------------------------------------------- 2, 553 2,514
Patients treated----------------------------------------------------------------- 5,848 9, 154
Average monthly turnover rate--------------------------------------------------- 132. 5 133. 1
Operating beds (month-EOP) (YTD.-average)------------------------------------ 2,855 2,809
Bed occupancy rate-------------------------------------------------------------- 89.4 89. 5






43

TABLE 4.-SUMMARY OF VA ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE TREATMENT PROGRAM ACTIVITY-Continued


VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT UNIT ACTIVITY- continuedd

Total (fiscal y~ar 1977)

Oct. I, 197';,
Nov. 30, 19 through
A7v. 30, 1970


In patic Care-Continued

Diagnosis of patients admitted (by ICI)A code):
291 (alcoholic psychosis) -------------------- 36 73
303 (alcoholism) ------------------------------------------.---------------- 3, 2C0 6, 284
'09.13 (nonpsychotic organic brain syndrome with alcohol) ----------------------117 260
Drug patients admitted to ATIX .. .24 44

Admission by period of service:
World War II---------....--------------------------- 1, 598 3, 1C5
Korea -------------------------------------------------------------------- 57S 1, 165
Vietnam era ----------------------------- 595 1,175
Other -------------------------------------------------- 606 1, 186

Patients with concurrent drug problem EOP -------------------------------------- 11
Applications for hospital care pending determination eligibility- end of prior period-__ 16 41

Received--------------------------------------------- 4,381 8,990
I n n e e d o f c a r e . .. . . . . . .. . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 6 S 2 7 3 1 0
Not in need of care -------------------------886 1,720
Cancelled or withdrawn ------------------------------------------------------ 1 9 393
Legally ineligible ----------------------------------------------------------- 17 18
Pending determination eligibility EOP ---------------------------------------- --6
Acceptance rate ------------------------------------------------------- 80. 6 81.0


ALL OTHER VA FACILITIES-NONALCOHOLISM TREATMENT UNIT ACTIVITY


1upatiiu Care

Patients remaining-end of prior period-. .--------- 4, 748 4, 725

Total gains------------------------------------------------3,-858 7,710

Losses:
Transfer to VA ATU ------------------------------------------------------ 481 888
Referred outside VA ------------------------------------------------------- 166 358
All other ------------------------------------------------------------------ 3, 067 6, 209

Total losses ----------------------------------------------------------- 3, 714 7,455

Patients remaining-end of period ----------------------------------------------- 4,724 4,724
Patient days of care ------------------------------------------------------------ 1,5, 56 271, 6s7
Average daily census --------------------------------------------------------- 4, 519 4,454
Patients treated --------------------------------------------------------- 438 12, 179
Average monthly turnover rate --------.--------------------------------- ----- s2. 2 83. 7






44

TABLE 1-SUMMARY OF VA ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE TREATMENT PROGRAM ACTIVITY-Continued


VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL SERVICES

Total (fiscal year 1977)

Oct. 10 1976,
lVov. 30,1976 through
Nov. 30,1976

Outpatient Care

Outpatients remaining-end of prior period --------------------------------------- 25,327 24,980
Total gains -------------------------------------------------------------------- 2,702 5,344
Total losses ------------------------------------------------------------------- 6,494 8,726
Outpatients remaining-end of period -------------------------------------------- 24,799 24,799
Visits made ------------------------------------------------------------------- 27,484 54,553


VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT UNIT ACTIVITY


Outpatient Care

Outpatients remaining-end of prior period --------------------------------------- 16,167 15,905

Gains:
From station inpatient care ------------------------------------------------- 1,212 2,375
Transfer from other VA facility --------------------------------------------- 21 64
To probed care ------------------------------------------------------------ 160 313
To ambulatory care -------------------------------------------------------- 272 510

Total gains ----------------------------------------------------------- 1,665 3,262

Losses:
Treatment completed ------------------------------------------------------ 584 939
Treatment not completed --------------------------------------------------- 260 526
To station inpatient care --------------------------------------------------- 383 773
Transfer to other VA facility ------------------------------------------------ 47 133
Referred outside VA ------------------------------------------------------- 44 97
Patients rejecting care ----------------------------------------------------- 247 437
Disciplinary action -------------------------------------------------------- 6 31
Othei ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 25 54

Total loss( -------------------------------------------------------------- 1,596 2,990

Outpatients remaining-end of period -------------------------------------------- 16,236 16,236
Remaining in ambulatory care EOP --------------------------------------------- 1,584 1,584
Different patients visiting ------------------------------------------------------ 6,792 13,756
Visits made ------------------------------------------------------------------- 18,560 36,445
Visits per patient per month ---------------------------------------------------- 2.7 2.6

Diagnosis of patients admitted (by ICDA code):
291 (alcoholic psychosis) --------------------------------------------------- 21 39
303 (alcoholism) ----------------------------------------------------------- 1,605 3,156
309.13 (nonpsychotic organic brain syndrome with alcohol) --------------------- 34 57
Drug patients admitted to ATU ------------------------------------------------- 5 10






45

TABLE 4.-SUMMARY OF VA ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE TREATMENT PROGRAM ACTIVITY-Continued

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT ["NIT A( TiVIT Y- Continued


Total (fiscal year 1977)


Oct. 1, 1916,,
Noil. 30, 19)76 through
Nroi. 30, 1976


Outpatient Care-Continued

Admissions b~y period of ser-vice:
World War 11--------------------------------------------------------------- 747 1, 522
Korea---------------------------------------------------------------------- 373 690
Vietnam era---------------------------------------------------------------- 299 59 7
All other-------------------------------------------------------------------- 246 453

Patients with concurrent drug problem EOP------------------------------------------ 353 3
Referrals f rom outside VA--------------------------------------------------------- 13;9 3:30
Recidivism for VA alcohol care:
I time--------------------------------------------------------------------- 675 1,300
2 times--------------------------------------------------------------------- 278 585
3 times--------------------------------------------------------------------- 144 200
4 time -------------------------------------------------------- 89 178
5 or mnore times-------------------------------------------------------------- 233 481

Total recidivists (recidivism include-, both inpatient and outpatient care) -- 1, 441 2, 834

Outreach contacts:
Direct--------------------------------------------------------------------- 7, 630 14, 206
On behalf of patient--------------------------------------------------------- 35,804 11,233

Total outreach contacts-------------------------------------------------- 13, 454 25, 439

Followup contacts-------------------------------------------------------------- 6,036 11,836


ALL OTHER VA FACILITIES- NONALCOILOLISM TREATMENT UNIT ACTIVITY


Outpatient Care

Outpatient remaining- end of prior period------------------------------------------ 9,160 9,073

Total gains------------------------------------------------------------------ 1,037 2,082

Losses:
Transfer to VA DI)TC------------------------------------------------------- 1,094 1,187
Referred outside VA--------------------------------------------------------- 3,055 3, 110
All other------------------------------------------------------------------- 749 1,439

Total losses------------------------------------------------------------ 4, 898 5, 736

Outpatient remaining-end of period----------------------------------------------- 8, 5363 8,.,363
Visits made------------------------------------8, 924 1 s, IlOS






46

TABLE 5e-EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE

Training status at end of

In training
Item Regional office
No.
Not leading
to a On-job
Total College standard training
college
degree


1 Total --------------------------------------- 1,223,661 856,666 302,144 64,851

2 Alabama: Montgomery ------------------------------ 26,826 17, 155 S, 115 1,556
3 Alaska: Juneau ------------------------------------- 1,818 718 867 233
4 Arizona: Phoenix ----------------------------------- 24,920 20,674 3,420 826
5 Arkansas: Little Rock ------------------------------- 14,500 6,959 6,606 935
6 California: Los Angeles ------------------------------ 80,390 67,753 11,305 1,332

7 San Diego ------------------------------- 27,910 22,289 5,244 377
8 San Francisco ---------------------------- 68,469 56,390 10,137 1, 942
9 Clorado: Denvet ------------------------------------- 21,788 16,053 5,038 697
10 Connecticut: Hartford ------------------------------- 13,540 8,550 3,432 1,558
11 Delaware: Wilmington ------------------------------- 3,424 2,501 803 120
12 District of Columbia: Washington -------------------- 25,516 14,894 9,834 788

13 Florida: St. Petersburg ------------------------------ 56,643 36,686 17,886 2,071
14 Georgia: Atlanta ----------------------------------- 30,677 16,424 12,714 1,539
15 Hawaii: Honolulu ----------------------------------- 8,582 6,031 2, 180 371
16 Idaho: Boise --------------------------------------- 4, 5 2 5 2,977 1,216 332
17 Illinois: Chicago ------------------------------------ 50,321 38,481 9,313 2, 527
18 Indiana: Indianapolis ------------------------------- 22,583 13, 258 7,165 2,160

19 Iowa: Des Moines ---------------------------------- 12,319 6,329 5,298 692
20 Kansas: Wichita ------------------------------------ 11,899 7,993 3,344 562
21 Kentucky: Louisville -------------------------------- 17,22.5 12,213 4,045 967
22 Louisiana: New Orleans ----------------------------- 16,223 9,244 5,062 1,917
23 Maine: Togus -------------------------------------- 7,021 4,135 2,082 804
24 Maryland: Baltimore -------------------------------- 14,074 10,156 3,368 550

25 Massachusetts: Boston ------------------------------ 27,798 22,989 4,050 759
26 Michigan: Detroit ---------------------------------- 45,576 32,258 11,251 2,067
27 Minnesota: St. Paul --------------------------------- 18,647 9,196 7,954 1,497
28 Mississippi: Jackson --------------------------------- 10,803 6,242 3,632 929
29 Missouri: St. Louis --------------------------------- 30,858 20, 9150 8,202 1, 706
30 Montana: Fort Harrison ----------------------------- 3,904 2,133 1,184 587

31 Nebraska: Lincoln ---------------------------------- 10,332 6,353 2,984 995
32 Nevada: Reno ------------------------------------- 5,108 3,874 1,070 164
33 New Hampshire: Manchester ------------------------- 4,884 3,542 1,079 263
34 New Jersey: Newark -------------------------------- 24,843 17,434 6,962 1,087
35 Now Mexico: Albuquerque --------------------------- 8,004 5,268 2,433 303
36 New York: Buffalo ---------------------------------- 20,613 14,328 4,402 1,883






47

FOR VETERANS AND SERVICEMEN


November 1976 Training activity

Terminated Duiring November 1976 Fiscal year (October-N ovenmiber 1977) ti


Entitlement Original Ternii- Original TerniiTotal exhausted entrances Reentrance-, nations entrances Rteemitramicems matiomis



5,525,419 121,496 31,964 97,465 263,004 88, 863 293, 897 438,008 1

98,972 3,726 726 2,381 4,412 2,043 7, 35,5 10,214 2
12, 350 100 84 145 938 171 417 1,239 3
79, 825 2, 068 382 1, 135 4, 888 955 3, 462 8, 401 4
45, 252 1,637 313 758 1, 905 695 2, 118 3, 6.50 5
398,949 11,357 1,871 8,589 12,510 45, 946 28,752 23,799 6

88, 934 1, 702 819 2, 012 5, 161 2, 314 6, 182 9, 276 7
300, 494 7, 767 1,562 4, 902 11,496 4, 4 75 16, 990 18, 26 1 8
108, 554 2, 065 857 2, 313 5, 812 2, 204 5, 873 9), 4 85 9
60,088 1 ,117 239 740 4,574 693 2,513 6, 116 10
14,635 229 81 205 773 266 728 1, 143 11
249, 375 1, 671 3, 334 9, 024 16, 718 7, 386 19,365 28,032 12

215, 032 5, 172 1, 491 4,273 11,464 4, 141 12, 295 18, 514 1:3
130, 824 2, 750 840 2, 322 5, 734 2, 069 6, 765 10, 398 14
48,551 747 874 1,391 3,262 1,537 3,233 5,591 15
19,932 462 77 230 560 237 639 1,216 16
245,847 4,905 994 3,612 12,222 3, 155 1], 148 18,213 17
96,897 1,625 481 1,737 4,072 1,402 4, 121 6,856 18

58, 777 1,612 214 591 1,528 689 1233,082 19)
54, 548 1, 169 224 523 2,871 679 1,656 4, 036 20
70,811 1,411 399 1,018 3,685 1, 148 2,876 6, 52 1 21
84, 282 2, 392 321 684 2, 439 1, 128 2, 625 5, 045 22
25, 246 407 193 508 1,248 5115 1, 771 2, 122 23
58, 948 944 372 988 5, 549 977 2, 822 6, 946 24

118,316 2,679 518 1,815 8,056 1,834 6, 183 10,944 25
208, 787 3, 525 947 3, 567 10, 946 2, 654 12, 553 16, 877 26
95, 658 2, 058 371 1, 384 2, 555 1, 350 4, 263 4, 581 27
39, 842 1, 097 222 700 1, 641 774 2, 235 3, 45 2 28
136, 478 2, 754 758 2, 472 7, 864 1, 883 6, 777 12, 505 29
20, 187 393 64 237 496 271 85 7 864 30

42, 298 1,171 240 635 1, 861 627 1, 996 3, 133 31
19,614 431 128 342 1,060 366 1, 114 2, 115 32
21,428 391 145 356 817 379 1, 178 1,677 133
113, 970 2, 073 574 1, 276 4, 353 1, 575 5109 6, 955 134
34, 793 877 137 389 1, 684 493 1, 12:3 2, 626 35
93, 283 1, 869 44.5 1, 466 4, 228 1, 314 3, 88.3 (6,680 36












50

TABLE 6,-EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE

Training status at end

In training
Item Regional office
No.
Not leading
to a
Total College standard Prep I
college
degree


I Total- 74,485 21,093 53,392 5, 127

2 Alabama: MontgomerN ------------------------------ 1,017 389 628 124
3 Alaska: Juneau ------------------------------------ 401 35 366 10
4 Arizona: Phoenix ----------------------------------- 1, 178 75 1, 103 168
5 Arkansas: Little Rock ------------------------------ 441 156 285 29
6 California: Los 3,304 818 2,486 8

7 San Diego ------------------------------- 3,408 777 2,631 504
8 San Francisco ---------------------------- 5,490 1,269 4,221 103
9 Colorado: Denver- 2, 112 794 1,318 238
10 Connecticut: Hartford ------------------------------ 752 123 629 46
11 Delaware: Wilmington ------------------------------- 319 121 198 103
12 District of Columbia: Washington -------------------- 7,669 1, 733 5,936 1,090

13 Florida: St. Petersburg ------------------------------ 4,518 786 3,732 207
14 Georgia: Atlanta ------------------------------------ 1,243 474 769 162
15 Hawaii: Honolulu ---------------------------------- 2,089 639 1,450 185
16 Idaho: Boise --------------------------------------- 542 11 531
17 Illinois: Chicago ------------------------------------ 2,984 1,435 1,549 12
18 Indiana: Indianapolis ------------------------------- 444 186 258 8

19 Iowa: Des Moines ---------------------------------- 136 81 55 -----------20 Kansas: Wichita ----------------------------------- 1,259 359 900 297
21 Kentucky: Louisville ------------------------------- 572 209 363 4
22 Louisiana: New Orleans ----------------------------- 463 54 409 61
23 Maine: 509 82 427 37
24 Maryland: Baltimore ------------------------------- 939 146 793 123

25 Massachusetts: Boston ------------------------------ 1,252 674 578 91
26 Michigan: Detroit ---------------------------------- 1, 35 2 603 749 27
27 Alinnesota: St. 151 23 128
28 Alississippi: Jackson -------------------------------- 1,125 123 1,002 11
29 Missouri: St. Louis --------------------------------- 2,842 2,229 613 118
30 ana: Fort Harrison ---------------------------- 369 64 305 1

31 Nebraska: Lincoln ---------------------------------- 1,002 479 523 73
32 Nevada: Reno ------------------------------------- 361 57 304 36
33 New Hampshire: Manchester ------------------------ 219 47 172 6
34 New Jersev: Newark -------------------------------- 1,420 198 1,222 77
35 New Mexico: Albuquerque -------------------------- 666 156 510 31
36 New York: Btiffalo --------------------------------- 488 137 351 19
Footnote at end of table.







51

FOR SERVICEMEN


of November 1976 Training activity

Terminated During November 1976 Fiscal year (Oct.-Nov. 1977) 1

No.

Entitlement Original Termi- Original Terrn iTotal exhausted entrances Reentranes nations entrances Ileentr-ances iiation ;




686, 267 123 11, 342 20, 832 49, 758 23, 30 4:3, 210 8:1, 040 1

12, 101 6 258 546 1, 039 578 1, 3261 2, 310 2
4, 764 3 62 72 200 87 113 281 3
6,924 3 123 72 346 245 142 509 4
3,469 2 72 105 249 102 261 416 5
52, 44S 15 688 2, 178 3,204 1, 526 4, 413 6, :312 6

26, 137 2 642 1,077 2,231 1,339 1, 79 1 3, 584 7
30, 004 8 533 466 1,371 1, 176 1 ,163 2, 358 8
22, 258 7 513 561 1, 905 1, 265 1, 372 :3, 322 9
2,943 1 57 17 183 88 53 234 10
1,391 -------28 23 139 89 5 4 160 11
154,260 11 3,001 7,379 12,995 6,348 12, 683 21, 781 12

20, 454 5 410 442 1, 423 1, 021 863 2, 16~4 13
13, 909 7 219 218 888 426 571 1, 346 14
25, 262 ----670 911 2, 142 1,093 1,908 3, 591 15
1,538 -- -----25 17 37 43 23 87 16
19, 794 4 2.51 628 2, 037 672 1, 430 2, 8S3 17
4, 733 1 51 298 502 112 435 742 IS

1,232 -9 17 43 22 :34 74 19
8, 786 3 102 117 8,54 380 397 1, 057 20
10, 006 1 19.5 224 624 368 484 1, 143 21
6, 297 1 126 40 237 359 223 703 22
2,346 -------48 74 165 105 130 263 23
6, 483 2 136 104 386 237 268 601 24

7, 306 2 130 374 807 2 45 503 9:34 25
8,374----------- 123 235 9,54 264 159 0 1, 466 26
1, 827 ------7 9 44 17 21; 72 27
4, 4 85 36 72 175 139 199 428 2S
18, 609 3 314 1, 168 2, 671 684 2, 794 4, 01:3 29
1, 965 -------6 14 95 3 1 156 127 30

6, 713 1 61 104 .58 7 146 393 794 31
1,309 -----_ 44 15 89 54 30 116 32
2,424 -------28 29 106 38 80 154 33
6,464 1 127 51 272 226 142 432 34
4, 288 3 49 42 230 109 98 329) 3 5
2,794----------- 45 43 207 102 9:3 266 36












54

TABLE 7,-EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE

Sons and daughters

Training status at end of November 1976 Training

In training Terminated During November 1976 Fiscal
year
Item Regional office
No.
Not
lead- Ening title- Orig- Ter- OrigTotal College to a Total ment inal Reen- mina- inal stand- ex- en- trances tions enard haunted trances trances
college
degree


1 Total ------------------- 54,628 51,074 3,334 157,882 59 2,176 3,480 8,139 6,061

2 Alabama: Montgomery --------- 1,449 1,227 213 3,698 4 44 110 178 140
3 Alaska: Juneau ---------------- 26 24 1 105 --------------- 3 21 ------4 Arizona: Phoenix -------------- 1,352 1,298 46 2,842 2 43 61 202 104
5 Arkansas: Little Rock --------- 939 800 135 2,289 -------- 20 37 83 85
6 California: Los Angeles ------- 2,402 2,353 49 8,269 3 116 181 212 295

7 San Diego --------- 1,092 1,071 19 1,420 -------- 22 32 118 98
8 San Francisco ------ 2,479 2,435 40 7,390 -------- 91 184 342 241
9 Colorado: Denver ------------- 954 889 62 2,767 -------- 40 83 127 94
10 Connecticut: Hartford --------- 398 363 28 1,197 -------- 14 14 117 49
11 Delaware: Wilmington --------- 117 ill 6 294 -------- 5 7 47 20
12 District of Columbia: Washington ------------------- 889 863 25 2,589 2 39 69 139 135

13 Florida: St. Petersburg --------- 3,614 3,300 304 9 015 1 174 274 697 395
14 Georgia: Atlanta -------------- 1,832 1,480 337 646 1 73 110 235 203
15 Hawaii: Honolulu ------------- 312 300 10 635 -------- 10 29 44 32
16 Idaho: Boise ------------------ 222 212 9 659 1 8 11 15 37
17 Illinois: Chicago --------------- 890 870 18 3,113 2 44 68 148 116
18 Indiana: lndianapoli ----------- 605 577 26 1,958 -------- 20 40 66 66

19 Iowa: Des Moines ------------- 426 396 29 1,468 -------- 18 30 38 44
20 Kansas: Wichita -------------- 566 523 42 1,842 1 13 15 66 49
21 Kentucky: Louisville - - - - - 840 776 63 2,194 -------- 27 29 139 79
22 Louisana: New Orleans -------- 845 753 85 3,036 -------- 22 24 69 77
23 Maine: Togus ----------------- 349 317 30 868 1 7 22 42 30
24 Maryland: Baltimore ---------- 500 475 23 1,166 -------- 18 26 189 69

25 Massachusetts: Boston --------- 1,729 1,656 68 4,440 2 70 112 290 219
26 Michigan: Detroit ------------- 1,454 1,417 34 3,998 1 63 94 279 171
27 Minnesota: St. Paul ----------- 680 542 129 2,421 1 27 36 67 80
28 Mississippi: Jackson ----------- 849 764 75 2,183 -------- 27 41 88 110
29 Missouri: St. Louis ------------ 892 848 42 2,665 2 27 58 131 82
30 Montana: Fort Harrison - ____ 179 157 22 562 1 8 10 18 24

31 Nebraska: Lincoln ------------- 423 402 19 1,295 2 18 25 56 44
32 Nevada: Reno ---------------- 123 120 3 271 -------- 6 6 21 18
33 New Hampshire: Manchester - 248 242 5 658 1 16 10 20 38
34 New Jersey: Newark ----------- 750 721 27 1,897 3 28 38 119 78
35 New Mexico: All)uquerque - - 648 578 69 1,740 -------- 29 28 191 62
36 New York: Biffalo ------------ 1, 161 1,129 30 2,726 1 68 108 197 162







55

FOR DEPENDENTS

Wives and widows


activity Training status at end of November 1976 Training activity


(Oct.-Nov. 1977) In training T1erminated During November 1976 Fiscal year
(Oet.-Nov. 1977)
____ ___ ___ ____ ___ __Item
No.
Not
lead- EnTermi- ing title- Orig- Ter- Orig- TerReen- na- Total College to a Total mnent inal Reeii- niina- ini klen- m1inatrances tions stand- ex- en- trances tions en- trances tiomui
ard hausted trances trances
college
degree


11,395 13,851 11,669 9,499 2, 148 29,798 3 488 767 2,282 1,295 2,557 4,040 1

--:374- 406 33 8 228 10 5 89 5 1 i1 r 26 42 29 95 118 2
9 26 9 8 1 22 ---- 1 2 10 1 2 10 3
153 374 412 395 17 681 --- 9 14 80 28 40 1:33 4
115 193 208 151 56 506 ---- 8 5 21 27 24 45 5
656 397 759 676 83 1, 864 1 38 58 96 76 226 200 6

201 210 403 352 51 490 --- 4 13 45 25 61 92 7
617 521 827 753 74 1,582 --- 28 36 101 70 144 177 8
230 231 200 173 27 597 ---- 10 20 46 is 62 81 9
69 141 58 47 11 109------------------1 26 8 7 31 10
27 50 21 19 2 47------------------1 3 1 3 5 11

283 214 167 146 21 5653 --- 8 18 47 14 59 72 12

871 1,036 1,097 831 266 2,282 --- 57 84 242 142 243 402 13
357 447 436 233 200 1 ,183 2 23 23 62 49 89 136 14
84 80 76 67 9 158 ---- 4 4 14 9 11 26 15
44 55 33 30 3 107 --- 2 3 11 5 10 21 16
191 232 166 151 15 497 ---- 7 11 40 15 35 66 17
101 122 83 63 20 312 --- 6 11 21 10 21 29 18

70 81 34 30 4 192 ---- 2 1 7 6 1 12 19
52 103 78 64 14 289------------------3 21 3 8 26 20
92, 250 114 94 19 302 --- 3 6 21 15 10 37 21
129 182 166 105 59 636 ---- 5 7 19 12 :35 52 22
46 70 79 56 22 138 ---- 3 4 14 8 27 2 6 23
74 216 108 101 7 214 --- 4 7 57 10 25 71 24

343 436 195 184 11 369 --- 15 8 60 29 43 84 25
366 403 241 215 25 696 --- 9 27 77 20 S7 114t 26
152 135 57 42 15 207 --- 2 3 10( 10 11 12 27
176 187 147 122 25 410 ---- 9 26 is 2S 50 28S
148 230 169 147 22 432 ---- 2 9 26 15 23 52 29J
47 29 24 19 5 86 --- 3 1 1 4 6 2 3 0

67 112 56 52 3 143 ---- 4 8 10 10 16 18 :31
22 42 63 58 5 79 --- 2 6 13 9 15 28 32
51 47 36 34 2 100-------- ----------2 11 4 1:3 1(6 3:3
124 170 173 158 15 347 --- 7 12 34 17 :35 5:1 34
85 160 91 74 16 328 --- 1 4 24 4 15 41 :35
270 313 94 88 6 282 ----- 5 4 27 14 15 40 36






56

TABLE 7.-EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE


Sons and daughters

Training status at end of November 1976 Training

In training Terminated During November 1976 Fiscal
year
Item Regional office
No.
Not
lead- Ening title- Orig- Ter- OrigTotal College to a Total ment inal Reen- mina, inal
stand- ex- en- trances tions enard hausted trances trances
college
degree


37 New York: New York --------- 1,435 1,408 26 4,550 1 110 227 1 224
38 North Carolina: Winston-Salem- 1,720 1,624 90 4,426 2 72 72 149 224
39 North Dakota: Fargo ---------- 190 164 20 572 -------- 3 9 19 11
40 Ohio: Cleveland --------------- 1,308 1,238 62 4,127 1 65 82 132 163
41 Oklahoma: Muskogee ---------- 1,293 I'm 105 3,308 5 21 159 196 91
42 Oregon: Portland -------------- 597 586 8 1, 8,59 -------- 19 49 85 70

43 Penn sylvan ia: Philadelphia ----- 1,105 1,030 73 3, 2 45 -------- 53 71 144 120
44 Pittsburgh ------- 610 34 74 1,933 -------- 15 26 75 47
45 Philippine Islands: Manila ------ 408 302 106 10,543 7 11 108 59 69
46 Puerto Rico: San Juan --------- 1,397 1,311 83 2, 99CY 3 105 76 121 193
47 Rhode Island: Providence ------ 491 468 21 1,065 -------- 23 30 63 59
48 South Carolina: Columbia ------ 882 801 73 2,020 1 35 47 109 99

49 South Dakota: Sioux Falls ------ 169 154 14 463 1 6 4 13 18
50 Tennessee: 'Nashville ----------- 1,059 984 70 3,001 1 47 50 105 ill
51 Texas: Houston --------------- 1,557 1,523 28 4, 119 2 57 128 329 169
52 Waco ----------------- 3,467 3,331 123 S,314 1 97 166 767 359
53 Utah: Salt Lake City ---------- 422 418 4 1,321 -------- 22 24 128 51
54 Vermont: White River Junction- 142 139 2 367 -------- 3 3 13 16

55 Virginia: Roanoke ------------- 1,4SI 1,433 35 3,302 1 58 86 208 150.
56 Washington: Seattle ----------- 1,346 1,255 89 4,147 -------- 51 76 236 127
57 West Virginia: Huntington ----- 355 334 19 1,224 1 11 17 42 36
58 Wisconsin: Milwaukee --------- 869 782 83 2,430 -------- 35 43 81 98'
59 Wyoming: Cheyenne ----------- 91 86 3 234 -------- 2 3 14 10






57

FOR DEPENDENTS--Continued

Wives and widows

activity Training status at end of November 1976 Training activity

(Oct.-Nov. 1977) In training Terminated During November 1976 Fiscal year
(Oct.-Nov. 1977)
Item
No.
Not
lead- EnTermi- ing title- Orig- Ter- Orig- TerRcen- na- Total College to a Total ment inal Reen- mina- inal Reen- minatrances tions stand- ex- en- trances tions en- trances tions
ard hausted trances trances
college
degree

532 469 219 205 14 584 ------- 19 33 59 34 84 95 37
280 361 359 264 91 973 ------- 20 27 52 57 82 126 38
54 63 14 10 4 60 ------- 1 2 3 2 6 7 39
273 244 208 165 43 624 ------- 13 19 40 34 68 81 40
177 372 314 282 32 680 ------- 5 16 66 24 46 104 41
124 147 145 133 12 325 ------- 6 11 24 19 28 50 42

264 275 94 74 20 328 ------- 4 5 27 11 24 41 43
132 162 73 61 12 204 ------- 2 ------- 18 4 10 23 44
197 187 57 11 46 2,020 1 3 15 3 17 35 45
231 246 337 142 195 690 ------- 20 25 36 42 77 86 46
117 92 65 60 5 136 ------- 7 6 15 15 16 21 47
166 231 250 164 86 429 ------- 12 18 35 34 60 100 48

26 27 11 9 2 80 ------- 1 ........ 2 2 ------- 2 49
202 238 194 150 44 549 ------- 12 17 30 21 50 66 50
397 524 421 370 51 978 ------- 20 32 11 5 51 112 209 51
596 1,099 878 779 98 1,863 ------- 29 44 223 101 158 346 52
70 158 55 53 2 179 ------- 1 6 17 3 14 28 53
25 35 7 6 1 34 ------------------1 3 2 4 54

275 377 282 234 48 604 ------- 8 20 51 29 58 79 55
302 379 320 240 80 861 ------- 10 22 57 41 73 109 56
51 75 67 52 15 175 ------- 4 5 17 15 14 25 57
183 163 69 58 10 246 ------- 5 1 12 15 12 25 5S
15 26 12 11 1 29 ------- --------- --1 3 1 ------- 59






58

TABLE,8,-VOCATIONAL

Training status at end of

Itern In training
No. Regional office
Not leading On-job On-farmTotal College to a standard training training
college degree


1 Total --------------------------- 1 20,340 14,685 3, 145 556 129

2 Alabama: Montgomery ----------------- 603 332 234 9 28
3 Alaska: Juneau ------------------------ 10 9 1 -----------------------4 Arizona: Phoenix ----------------------- 265 215 47 3 -----------5 Arkansas: Little Rock ------------------ 185 101 43 10 31
6 California: Los Angeles ----------------- :351 305 35 11, -- - -'-" --,- '-"

7 San Diego ------------------- 311 266 25 20 -----------8 San Francisco --------------- 424 355 41 27 1
9 Colorado: Denver ---------------------- 761 565 179 16 1
10 Connecticut: Hartford ------------------ 170 146 21 3 -----------11 Delaware: Wilmington ------------------ 49 47 2 -----------------------12 District of Columbia: Washington -------- 490 392 87 11 -----------13 Florida: St. Petersburg ----------------- 699 607 76 14 2
14 Georgia: Atlanta ----------------------- 499 333 158 7 1
15 Hawaii: Honolulu ---------------------- 115 78 23 14 -----------16 Idaho: Boise --------------------------- 97 82 4 11 -----------17 Illinois: Chicago ----------------------- 282 220 47 15 -----------18 Indiana: Indianapolis ------------------- 511 409 86 16 -----------19 Iowa: Des Moines ---------------------- 187 143 35 8 1
20 Kansas: Wichita ----------------------- 220 171 47 2 -----------21 Kentucky: Louisville ------------------- 207 178 9 17 3
22 Louisiana: New Orleans ----------------- 139 101 34 4 -----------23 Maine: Togus ------------------------- 76 67 5 4 -----------24 Maryland: Baltimore ------------------- 169 125 39 5 -----------25 Massachusetts: Boston ------------------ 478 371 85 22 -----------26 Michigan: Detroit ---------------------- 733 648 74 11 -----------27 Minnesota: St. Paul --------------------- 254 154 84 14 2
28 Mississippi: Jackson ------------ ------- 154 87 44 6 17
29 Missouri: St. Louis --------------------- 410 333 59 7 11
30- Montana: Fort Harrison ---------------- 52 49 3 ------------ -----------31 Nebraska: Lincoln --------------------- 212 185 19 7 1
32 Nevada: Reno ------------------------- 96 86 7 2 1
33 New Hampshire: Manchester ------------ 161 133 10 18 -----------34 New Jersey: Newark ------------------- 398 350 42 6 -----------35 New Mexico: Albuquerque -------------- 132 122 10 ------------ -----------36 New York: Buffalo --------------------- 516 473 22 21 -----------Footnote at end of table.







59

REHABILITATION


November 1976 Training activity

Terminated During November 1976 Fiscal year (Oct.-Nov. 1977) Itemi
____ ______ ___ __ ____ __ ___ ___ __ ___ __ ___ ___ No.

Rehabili- Original Re- Termina- Original 'Re- TIerniinaTotal tated entrances entrances tions entrances entrances tions



100, 560 41, 504 1, 037 889 1, 276 2, 024 2,148 2,0:36 1

3, 088 1, 556 14 24 50 37 57 84 2
78 19 1------------- -----------------I -------2 3
1,507 536 12 4 5 22 18 15 4
1,326 559 3 3 12 10 6 19 5
3,771 1,512 15 34 22 48 07 33 6

939 384 9 9 23 25 3.5 :36 7
2,834 699 36 18 is .57 49 34 8
2, 375 923 37 26 65 48 75 108 9
766 244 14 9 14 31 50 22 10
183 53 4 6 4 7 16 5 11
1,976 484 20 25 29 36 49 431 12

4,004 1,801 62 63 50 119 120) 76 13
2,561 832 52 29 40 80 5 4 62 14
87 3 7 2 8 18 18 8 15
427 192 2 5 4 2 6 7 16
2,326 706 11 13 18 25 39 35 17
1,412 401 33 17 55 56 435 89 18

839 278 14 3 11 19 10 14 19
1,003 351 3 8 23 7 13 31 20
1,002 251 12 6 8 13 6 10 21
1,321 560 10 3 8 18 13 15 22
451 112 2 3 2 13 21 :3 23
611 181 6 6 10 29 27 17 24

2, 136 672 45 28 30 76 79 4:3 25
3, 001 639 36 75 33 72 162 59 261
5,352 .3,439 10 12 21 22 25 36 27
1,017 526 4 4 16 20) 13 24 28
1,708 734 23 21 21 4 5 40 41 29
278 121------------- ------------ ------------ -----------------1 6 30

817 340 12 7 12 17 10 26 31
242 16 3 1 2 8 3 5 :32
510 185 13 18 10 20 41 113 33
1,645 193 3 -------7 :3------------- 11 :34
911 336 5 2 8 10 514 35
1, 593 260 21 17 38 49 (66 47 36






60

TABLE. 8,--VOCATIONAL

Training status, at end of

Item In training
No. Regional office

Not leading On-job On-farm
Total College to a standard training training
college degree


37 New York: New York ------------------ 537 379 155 3 ------------38 North Carolina: NVinston-Salein ---------- 361 303 54 3 1
39 North Dakota: Fargo ------------------- 117 81 25 4 7
40 Ohio: Cleveland ------------------------ 1,145 1,025 110 9 1
41 Oklahoma: Muskogee ------------------- 454 298 125 25 6
42 Oregon: Portland ----------------------- 548 468 68 12 -----------43 Pennsylvania: Philadelphia -------------- 441 312 98 31 -----------44 Pittsburgh --------------- 176 123 47 6 -----------45 Philippine Islands: Manila -------------- ------------ -----------------------------------------------46 Puerto Rico: San Juan ------------------ 222 153 64 5 -----------47 Rhode Island: Providence --------------- 285 226 56 3 -----------48 South Carolina: Columbia --------------- 154 120 32 2 -----------49 South Dakota: Sioux Falls -------------- 172 143 25 4 -----------50 Tennessee: Nashville ------------------- 272 234 31 3 4
51 Texas: Houston ------------------------ 486 376 99 11 -----------52 Waco -------------------------- 1,085 815 235 31 4
53 Utah: Salt Lake City ------------------- 21.3 204 8 3 -----------54 Vermont: White River Junction ---------- 78 70 6 2 -----------55 Virginia: Roanoke --------------------- 313 264 33 12 4
56 Washington: Scattl( --------------------- 490 430 39 20 1
57 West Virginia: HUntiDgt011 -------------- 184 .152 19 13 -----------58 Wisconsin: Milwaukee ------------------ 351 261 79 11 -----------59 Wyoming: Cheyenne ------------------- 13 10 ------------ 2 1


Total includes 1,825 cases where type of training is unknown.






61

REHABILITATION-Continued

November 1976 Training activity

Terminated During November 1976 Fiscal year (Oct.-Nov. 1977) Itin
No.
Rehahili- Original Re- Termiina- Original Re- TerininaTotal tated entrances entrances tions entrances entrances tions


3,C89 1,301 50 47 26 119 131 54 37
1,737 618 18 18 29 39 35 42 38
443 200 11 7 17 20 13 21 39
8,788 3,919 86 52 90 159 119 152 40
2,074 1,040 14 5 33 32 17 68 41
1,391 469 22 13 11 45 32 12 42

2,617 1,108 31 14 31 53 50 47 43
2,315 1,291 13 15 10 31 41 17 44
29 25 --------------------------------------------------------------------- 4
1,062 478 14 10 8 24 20 19 4t
501 100 26 25 15 3 41 21 47
998 425 4 ------------ 20 6 1 21 48

492 214 6 3 10 21 6 14 49
1, 556 523 22 23 19 39 42 26 50
2, 051 1, 132 33 13 54 .3 43 81 51
10, 830 6,428 50 38 86 111 89 159 52
674 84 8 11 14 24 40 19 53
206 47 6 9 6 11 54

322 57 20 37 25 42 59 38 55
3,017 1,374 14 22 36 27 30 44 56
521 184 10 6 16 30 28 22 57
957 284 24 28 38 32 38 53 58
163 55 1 1 2 2 4 2 59






62'

TABLE 9,-DISABILITY AND DEATH-'

Running awards ---- Dcath
Running awards;-Disability
End of November 1976
Compen
Item Regional office
No.
Compensation Pension Total Total beneficlaxies
total cases
Total Vietnam Total Widows Children
era

1 Total ------------------- 2,235, 183 470,943 1,021,088 366,590 482,676 218,454 103,845

2 Alabama: Montgomery--------- 38,055 7,957 21,038 8,257 11,475 4,354 2,545
3 Alaska: Juneau ---------------- 2,604 934 336 161 286 98 149
4 Arizona: Phoenix --------------- 25,833 7,088 9,782 4,156 5,566 2,946 1,457
5 Arkansas: Little Rock---------- 24,358 4,896 20,904 5,517 7,189 2,873 1,249
6 California: Los Angeles --------- 101,517 18,178 38,861 15,247 19,247 10,478 4,010

7 San Diego ----------- 15,697 6)216 8,496 5,371 7,473 4,596 2,138
8 San Francisco -------- 78,996 19,435 28,920 12,515 16,562 8,873 4,172
9 Colorado: Denver -------------- 28,763 7,760 8,091 4,631 6,520 3,105 1,917
10 Connecticut: Hartford ---------- 31,139 4,908 8,257 2,981 3,642 1,884 683
11 Delaware: Wilmington ---------- 5,617 1,484 1,876 668 970 434 337
12 District of Columbia: Wash- 44,743 10,984 12,560 13,834 18,224 11,003 4,277
ington.'

13 Florida: St. Petersburg ---------- 101,736 26,493 49,103 17,910 23,803 12,976 5,762
14 Georgia: Atlanta --------------- 47,630 13,712 28,547 10,740 15,095 6,610 3,706
15 Hawaii: Honolulu -------------- 7,571 2,729 1,183 1,335 2,154 805 751
16 Idaho: Boise ------------------- 7,841 1,581 4,166 1,002 1,317 505 349
17 Illinois: Chicago ---------------- 82,407 13,563 38,087 10,374 12,984 5,489 2,571
18 Indiana: Indianapolis-___- 40,384 8,657 20,646 6,192 7,920 3,267 1,809

19 Iowa: Des Moines -------------- 23,600 4,333 14,582 3,609 4,480 1, 7866 819
20 Kansas: Wichita --------------- 21,001 3,916 12,019 4,148 5,591 2,073 1,289
21 Kentucky: Louisville ----------- 33,337 6,074 25,892 7,247 9,794 3,488 1,1913"
22 Louisiana: New Orleans --------- 32,926 6,519 24,091 6,774 9,305 3,671 2,001
23 Maine: Togus ------------------ 12,067 2,728 7,883 2,085 2,802 1,120 636
24 Maryland: Baltimore ----------- 23, 178 4,819 10,525 3,966 5,293 2,691 1, 37G

25 Massachusetts: Boston ---------- 95,472 13,572 19,712 8,936 11,073 5,952 2,116
26 Michigan: 86,574 18,154 27,578 9,004 11,783 4, 94G 2,859
27 Minnesota: St. Paul------------ 40,043 7,409 18,034 4,780 5,946 2,501 1,070
28 Mississippi: Jackson------------ 22,274 4,613 20,405 5,588 7,483 3,037 1,328
29 Missouri: St. Louis ------------- 44,565 8,536 29,284 7,811 10,092 4,088 1,985
30 Montana: Fort Harrison -------- 7,734 1, G81 3,978 909 1,161 4G2 292

31 Nebraska: Lincoln -------------- 14,042 2,790 7,869 2,279 3,039 1,207 716
32 Nevada: Reno ----------------- 7,357 1,840 2,582 775 1,068 561 345
33 New Hampshire: Manchester---- 10,084 2,910 4,341 1,365 1,847 877 492
34 New Jersey: Newark ------------ 79,438 11,975 21,867 7,459 9,567 4,750 2,026
35 New Mexico: Albuquerque - - - 15,825 4,213 6,627 2,483 3,459 1,447 856
36 New York: Buffalo ------------- 53,537 9,385 20,007 5,814 7,289 3,282 1,419
Footnotes at end of table.






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saton P____i___ Item
No.
Vietnam era beiefici'1ries Total Iho ficiarics
Vietnam Total
era
Parents cases Total Widows Children Parents Total Widows (hi](rell



160, 377 58, 618 117, 599 33, 486 61, 594 22, 519 1, 273, 586 1,730, 479 982, 712 747, 767 1

4, 576 1, 596 3, 244 840 1, 572 832 28, (158 38, 380 22,43S 15, 892 2
39 93 193 53 118 22 524 944 176 768 3
1, 163 834 1,703 519 942 242 9, 518 13, 920 6, 682 7, 238 4
3,067 815 1,603 371 742 490 18, 433 2:1, 512 15, 711 7,801 5
4, 759 2, 326 4, 565 1, 499 2, 435 631 47, 347 C 2, 68, 4 :15, 163 27, 471 6

739 1,234 2, 686 936 1,504 246 7, 487 10, 261 5, 295 4, 966 7
3,517 2, 557 5, 070 1, 695 2, 735 640 33, 583 45,245 23, 707 21,538 8

1, 498 1,109 2, 353 732 1,336 285 10, 281 14, 294 7,170 7,124 9
1,075 314 590 170 331 89 12, 752 17, 916 9, 052 8, 864 10
199 186 402 118 242 42 2, 810 4,128 1, 959 2, 169 11
2,944 2,488 5, 126 1, 862 2, 640 624 42, 656 49, 022 37, 081 11, 9 1 12


5, 165 3, 344 6, 660 2, 16S 3, 529 963 46, 768 60, 99! 37, 108 23, 886 13
4, 779 2, 470 5, 114 1,526 2, 533 1, 055 30, -01 41, 581 21, 164 17, 420 14
598 432 1, (19 290 571 158 2, 012 8, 363 1, ()8,1 2, 2S4 15
463 164 349 87 223 :19 840 5, 264i 2, 741t 2, 523 16
4, 924 1, 462 2, 726 695 1,472 559 57, 743 80, 17 42, 051 3S, 127 17
2, 844 925 1, 790 434 1,069 287 28, 447 39, 047 21, 665 17, 382 18

1, 875 397 747 181 432 134 16, 920 22, 438 12, 853 9, 5Q5 19
2,229 675 1,467 362 SS3 222 14, 355 18, 856 10, 934 7, 922 20
4, 393 1, 182 2, 418 561 1, 155 702 25, 414 34, 879 20, 662 14, 217 21
3, 633 1, 226 2, 469 589 1, 144 736 28, 601 40, 246 23, 06t; 17, ISO 22
1,046 361 750 191 410 149 7,6646 10, 873 6, 144 4, 229 23
1, 226 792 1, 573 488 872 213 16,412 22, 394 12,678 9,716 214

3, 005 805 1,582 489 879 214 32, 814 45, 197 25, 334 19, 863 21
3, 978 1, 316 2, 459 619 1, 369 471 45, 3'S2 6,1, 998 33, 148 31, 815 26
2, 375 549 1,046 23:3 542 271 21,094 29, 547 15, 457 14, 00 27
3, 118 827 1, 698 419 73S 541 19, 002 26, 264 15, 62(i 10, c;S 28
4, 019 1, 132 2, 207 550 1, 137 520 33, 837 44, 614 26, 90,S 17, 706 29
407 155 310 67 187 56 4, 043 5, 992 2, 678 3, 14 30

1, 116 364 747 205 417 125 8,2245 11, S 5, 911 5, 97 ''l1
162 211 399 1:14 235 30 2, 601 8, 687 1, 665 2, 0 82
478 227 471 143 271 57 4, 876 6, 68 8, 71: 5, 9 8"
2, 791 967 1,907 615 1,019 273 3, 814 53, 421 2,S, 877 21,51 1 3-1
1, 156 469 969 261 504 204 5, 708 8, 909 4, 142 4, 7 (7 85
2, 588 633 1, 243 293 672 278 27, 984 40, 025 20, 623 19, 402 36






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TABLE 9.-DISABILITY AND DEATHRunnng aardsI )iabilty-Running awards-DeathEnd of November 1976
Compen
Item Regional office______________ ____ ____________No.
Compensation Total benefticiaries,,
________ _________ Pension Total ____________ ____total cae
Total Vietnam Total Widows Children
era


37 New York: New York ------------149,359 24, 291 48, 520 14,741 18, 0:38 9,200 3,015
38 North Carolina: Winston-Salem-- 48, 079 12, 572 31, 408 10, 257 14, 789 5, 607 3, 917 39 North Dakota: Fargo --------------9, 170 1,737 4, 988 1,100 1,403 425 292
40 Ohio: Cleveland- .----------------110, 094 20, 343 42, 836 12, 304 15, 805 6,908 3,459
41 Oklahoma: Muskogee -------------34, 470 8,5:-90 21, 858 6,821 9,212 3,536 1,964
42 Oregon: Portland -----------------23, 773 5, 933 15, 543 3, 277 4,247 1,916 1,023

43 Pennsylvania: Philadelphia --------87, 031 13, 560 32, 809 11, 006 13, 582 6, 348 2, 428 44 Pittsburgh ----------51, 186 7,738 21, 427 6,905 8,583 3,531 1,504
45 Philippine: Manila ---------------11,810 248 3,331 21,824 26, 836 11, 115 1,456
46 Puerto Rico: San Juan ------------18, 339 6, 790 12, 707 2, 006 3, 315 1, 027 631
47 Rhode Island: Providence ---------22, 630 4, 194 7, 289 2, 682 3, 408 1, 675 706
48 South Carolina: Columbia --- 22, 565 6, 820 16, 244 3, 629 8, 121 3, 335 2, 190

49 South Dakota: Sioux Falls ---- 6, 741 1, 658 4, 927 938 1,202 416 254
50 Tennessee: Nashville --------------37,5326 8, 039 29, 536 8, 261 10, 966 4, 096 2, 12
51 Texas: Houston 2------------------ . 50, 904 12, 929 24, 372 10, 258 14, 068 6,486 3,397
52 Waco ---------------------81, 303 23, 078 43, 207 16, 017 21, 769 9, 487 5, 222
53 Utah: Salt Lake City -------------10, 824 2, 551 3,101 1, 315 1, 761 725 549
54 Vermont: White River Junction-- 4, 760 908 2, 504 798 1, 034 506 233

55 Virginia: Roanioke--------------- 38, 844 11, 772 22, 054 8, 303 11, 599 5, 254 3,108
.56 Washington: Scattle --------------42, 204 11, 621 15, 9618 6, 420 8, 751 4, 202 2, 514
57 West Virginia: Ihuntington --------19, 2(62 3, 557 14, 595 4, 026 5, 259 1, 6;8:5 955 58 Wisconsin: Milwaukee ------------42, 675 9, 129 2 1, 919 3,342 6, 877 2, 615 1, 3417
59 Wyoming: Cheyenne_-------------3, 686 841 1,816 435 552 224 139

1Includes all Spanish-American, Indian and Civil War cases, Retired Reserve and Retired Emergency officers, payees by Special Act, and beneficiaries residing in foreign countries, except: (2).
2 In the event a payee resides in the country of Mexico, the claim folder is in the custody of the VA Regional Offic ouston, Tex.






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station in

No.
Victinrm vra Ibenfivi:iri's T it 1w ii'ficikrics
V ietnam _Totil
era ca (s
Parents caseIs Total Widowi s (hildrell 'aire'nts Tit al Widows (Childri i



5,823 1,428 2, 647 729 1, 266 652 74, 449) 99, 708 -; 56, 9.1 42. 717 37
5, 265 2, 483 5, 271 1, 887 2, 770 1, 114 36, 14) 48, 20.1 28, 589 19, (;15 38
686 158 298 5 6 156 86 4,918 7, 171 3, 500 3, 671 39
5, 438 1,946 3, 684 976 1,971 737 61, "370( 85, 90; 45, 817 40,086 40
3, 712 1, 218 2, 420 652 1, 234 534 20, 420 25, 965 1;, 773 9,192 41
1,308 537 1,042 291 604 147 13, 775 17, 971 10, 468 7,503 42

4, 806 1, 284 2, 395 699 1,261 415 50, 421 68, 276 40, 046 2, 230 43
3, 548 744 1,418 331 752 335 34, 678 4S, 161 27, 551 20,610 44
14,265 217 576 127 235 214 4,472 6,812 4,211 2,601 45
1, 657 573 1, 160 178 282 700 7, 752 12, 450 6, 768 5, 682 46
1,027 347 720 215 416 95 10, 926 14, 544 8, Q1 1 5, 733 47
2, 596 1, 390 2, 963 850 1, 551 562 20, 349 27, 14 16, 311 11, 537 48

532 146 281 51 149 81 4, 518 6, 263 3, 432 2, 831 49
4, 748 1, 441 2, 820 715 1,354 751 30, 248 39, 657 24, 832 14, 825 50
4, 185 2, 202 4, 426 1,272 2, 189 965 29, 364 41, 415 22, 817 18, 598 51
7, 060 3, 097 6, 232 1, 816 3, 322 1, 094 42, 358 55, 347 33, 815 21, 532 52
487 254 506 131 318 57 4, 495 6, 544 2, 951 3, 593 53
295 104 215 60 118 37 2,754 3,738 2, 141 1,597 54

3, 237 1,872 3, 817 1,216 2, 049 552 25, 115 33, S02 19, 933 13, 869 55
2, 035 1, 290 2, 672 823 1, 557 292 17, 159 22, S62 12, 566 10, 296 56
2, 619 574 1, 104 222 507 375 146, 265 20, 042 11, 647 S. 395 57
2, 915 579 1, 099 24S 577 274 21, 474 34, 736 17, 826 16, 910 5s
189 97 172 46 96 30 1, 834 2, 578 1,270 1,308 59






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TABLE 10.-GUARANTEED, INSURED


Guaranteed or insured loans during November 1976 Direct


Item Applications
No. Pegional office ADors:1 Appli- ('om it- De- Proper- Proper- received
reluet c eions ownts faults ties ac- ties on
recci I ed rce( iv1 i nod reported quired hand
Current 1 year
month ago


I Total --------------------- 50, 29 33, 631 27, 913 9, 966 1, 507 11, 210 507 470

2 Alabama: Montgomery-____ 1, 290 751 673 77 9 49 1 3
3 Arizona: Phoenix-1,819 833 584 355 67 693 1
4 Arkanss:-: Little Pock ----------------373 223 212 48 7 60 15 32
5 Califoroia: Los An -les ------------7, 355 3, 781 3, 433 1, 518 123 976
6 San Francisco-2, 596 2, 045 1, 664 443 16 118

7 Colorado: Denver -----------------2, 472 1, 715 1, 174 344 70 303 36 9
8 Connecticut: Hartford -------------- 14 160 130 29 16
9 District of Columbia: sh gton- 1, 8<6 947 816 110 13 46 ---------------10 Florida: St. Petersburg -------- 3, 8)1 1, 8:9 1,358 471 101 704 12 6
11 Georgia: Atlanta ------------------1, 728 1, ()M 1, 120 34 110 969 7 9
12 Hawaii: Honolulu ------------------135 70 84 8................................

13 Idaho: ise---------------------- 371 241 251 21 1 7 106 76
14 Illinois: Chicago --------- 1, 2-2 1, 070 987 380 66 436 9 12
15 Indiana Indianap1, 1 14 753 679 249 53 351 5 6
16 Iowa: 217s :n -- 0 000 217 45 2 21 12 4
17 Kansas: WiAhit- 4 i 435 0 87 7 114 1
18 KentueI v: Louist 10t 2v' 221 26 6 33 27 29

19 Louisiana: New t- ea--- 1, 07 68 494 103 20 156 2 3
20 '1ine: ---- 1---------- 161 76 33 36 4 52 16 14
21 Marylaud: Baltinoe --------------- 787 491 363 50 3 20
22 Masachuset Is: P ton-602 415 117 139 6 52
23 Mihian: 1)trit---------------- S 522 434 309 63 988
24 ine a: St. --------------- 1, 283 903 517 272 9 70 79 67

25 Mississippi: Jackson-731 443 384 104 36 239
26 1\Iissourii: L Louis ---------------- 552 475 333 168 22 164 3 6
27 1\ontana: Fort Harrison-- ------- -136 101 56 16 -------- --------- 33 29
28 Nebr:sl : incoln ---------------- 280 233 220 36 4 57 2 7
29 New lI imni.hire;: Manchetr -------- 120 187 61 27 1 3 5 9
30 New Jersv: Newa rk -------------- 8 417 544 476 96 489 -31 New Mexio: Albuuerque -----------182 187 162 11 1 5 1 1
32 New York: Bilklo_------------_ 181 233 148 89 5 46 1
33 New York --------------710 647 483 401 54 509 4 2
34 North Unr lii: -in--n-S- 1,440 893 731 214 46 382 1 1
:15 Ohio: (levehid ------------------- 1, 769 1, 905 1, 458 816 168 1, 042 9 6
:u6 )k6ihna:7 319 365 109 19 115 15 25






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Loans closed Loans pending Defaults reported Prop(rties avqilired Properties on hand IViri
N o.

Current 1 year Curront 1 year (0irrent I vvr (C 11iIi.n t 1 Y:ir (u I (I I ve(-.r
1101hionith ago iii1th ag tinh ag 0~i g

208 247 1,528 1,722 1,745 1, 756 10 11 61 72 1

1 9 12 39 40 ----------2----------------------------2
5 4 16 12 1 2 3
9 17 72 128 65 73 2 5 2 4
1 11 13 ------------------------------ 4 5
5 8----------------- 6

11 20 81 60 26 23----------- 1 3 7
8
-------- -------- --------1I---------- ---------- ---------- --------- --------- ----------(3
2 19 22 42 52 ---------- ---------0----------1 10
4 1 9 15 68 62 2 ----------11
12

53 44 201 229 78 76 ---------- ----------52 1:3
6 6 98 114 65 51 1 3 6 14
1 3 10 23 50 60 3 2 1 15
1 2 14 8 9 7 1 1-------- 1 16
1 1 18 35 1 1. --------- 17
14 7 57 91 46 58 1 1 1 18

4 13 15 53 45 1 5 9 19
7 6 45 34 23 31 1 8 6 20
2 10 12-------------------- ......... 2t

34 47 _- 3 6 10 23
38 34 300 294 138 143 ---------...-------.--------- 7 24

1 1 65 5511-. ----------------------------- 1 25
1 1 14 37 70 62 1 4 1 26
14 28 116 69 38 33 1 2 1 27
1 11 24 11 12 --------------------------------------28
11 13 30 1 ------------------------------------------------29
30
1-------------- ---------- ---------- ------ 13---------------- --------- --------- --------- 31
1 1 15 13 -----------------------------------1- 31
- - - - - -.. - - - - -.. - - - - -.. - - - - 5 4 - - - - - .. . . . .. . . . . 1 3 2
1 3 12 14 4 4 -------------------------------------- 33
1 ---------- 3 5 72 94 ------------------------------------- 34
2 2 23 32 100 114 2 1 6 4 35
12 14 66 72 43 48 ---------------------------.--------- 36







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TABLE 10.-GUARANTEED, INSURED


Guaranteed or insured loans during November 1976 Direct


Item Applications
No. Regional office Appraisa Appli- Commit- De- Proper- Proper- received
requests cations ments f aults ties ac- ties on________received received issued reported quired hand
Current 1 year
month ago


37 Oregon: Portland -------------------275 169 149 54 4 21 ----- 4
38 Pennsylvania: Philadelphia ----------1, 106 818 704 126 45 294 7 19
39 Pittsburgh ------------285 275 209 70 5 26 1 ---40 Puerto Rico: San ,Juan --------------502 175 228 201 23 145--------41 South Carolina: Columbia ----------- 861 5 6 1 475 106 42 168 ----42 Tennessee: Nashville ---------------1, 006 745 585 155 19 92 3 4

43 Texas: Houston ------------------- 2, 347 1, 706 1, 657 605 81 600 5 10
44 Waco ----------------------1,434 1,524 1,322 316 36 259 25 21
45 Utah: Salt Lake City--------------- 614 397 384 55 ---- 3 8 5
46 Vermont: White River Junction --- 1 5 4 9 ----- 6 8 3
47 Virginia: Roanoke -----------------1,393 555 519 177 17 167 25 15
48 Washington: Seattle ----------------1, 070 800 584 86 12 63--------49 West Virginia: Ilinitington -----------130 119 75 22 1 3 4 4
50 Wisconsin: Milwauikee ---------------178 175 126 43 14 78 20 26






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Loans closed Loans pending Defaults reported Properties acquired Properties on hand Item
No.

Current 1 1 year Current 1 year Current I year Current I year Current I year
month ago mouth ago month ago month ago month ago


---------- 3 10 30 15 13 ---------------------------- --------- 37
2 4 51 60 21 26 ---------------------------- 1 38
---------- ---------- 1 2 15 11 ---------- --------------------------- 39
---------- ---------- 1 ---------- 28 13 ------------------- ------------------ 40
---------- ---------- ---------- 4 61 54 ------------------- 1 2 41
---------- 1 7 11 45 40 ---------------------------- --------- 42

6 3 23 28 30 19 ---------- --------- 2 3 43
7 8 65 75 54 47 ------------------ 1 2 44
5 3 34 45 68 7:3 ------------------------------------- 45
2 6 12 5 3 3 ------------------- 2 --------- 46
2 3 67 57 65 61 ------------------- I --------- 47
-------------------- I ---------- 40 27 ---------- --------- --------- 1 48

1 ---------- 14 16 61 58 ---------- --------- --------- 1 49
--------- 7-1 10 40 50 19 24 ---------- I --------- 2 1 50



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