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Table 1 Demographics by data and organization type

From: Organizational structure, climate, and collaboration between juvenile justice and community mental health centers: implications for evidence-based practice implementation for adolescent substance use disorder treatment

Interview Respondents CMHC
(N = 14)
JJ
(N = 15)
All
(N = 29)
 Gender (N, % female) 10 (71.4%) 9 (60.0%) 19 (65.5%)
 Race (N, % white) 13 (92.8%) 14 (93.3%) 27 (93.1%)
 Ethnicity (N, % Non-Hispanic/Latino) 14 (100%) 14 (93.3%) 28 (96.6%)
 Age (N, % between 26 and 35) NA 6 (40.0%) 10 (34.4%)
 Length of time in current position (N, % less than 1 year) NA NA 7 (24.1%)
 Length of time at current agency (N, % less than 1 year) NA NA NA
 Education (N, % with at least bachelor’s degree) 14 (100%) 15 (100%) 29 (100%)
 Job satisfaction (N, % at least satisfied) 14 (100%) 15 (100%) 29 (100%)
Survey Respondents CMHC
(N = 85)
JJ
(N = 28)
All
(N = 113)
 Gender (N, % female) 68 (80.0%) 25 (89.3%) 93 (82.3%)
 Race (N, % white) 72 (84.7%) 26 (92.8%) 98 (86.7%)
 Ethnicity (N, % Non-Hispanic/Latino) 82 (96.5%) 27 (96.4%) 109 (96.4%)
 Age (N, % between 26 and 35) 35 (41.2%) 8 (28.6%) 43 (38.1%)
 Length of time in current position (N, % less than 1 year) 26 (30.6%) 7 (25%) 33 (29.2%)
 Length of time at current agency (N, % less than 1 year) 21 (24.7%) NA 25 (22.1%)
 Education (N, % with at least bachelor’s degree) 67 (78.8%) 19 (67.9%) 86 (76.1%)
 Job satisfaction (N, % at least satisfied) 71 (83.5%) 27 (96.4%) 98 (86.7%)
  1. Note: NA indicates data not available due to cell size below 5 participants