NAATP is regularly conducting surveys to gather meaningful opinions, comments, and data to understand how we can best serve our member community. In addition to assessing our members' satisfaction, we also conduct surveys that help our national treatment provider community in the areas of outcomes measurements and salary data.
National Addiction Industry Salary Survey
Since 1986, the Salary Survey has helped our national treatment provider community create fair compensation packages, recruit and keep competent staff, and manage the budget. The data collection for the 2023 survey will be opening soon. The 2022 report is available complimentary to participating members, non-participating members for $1,000 and non-members for $2,500. Preview the 2022 Salary Survey here. If you are a participating member please email email@example.com for the link and access code.
This survey is completed on a bi-annual basis. Salary Surveys from 2008 - 2020 are offered complimentary to all NAATP members. Log in to your NAATP member account to review previous years' surveys.
NAATP Stages of Change in DEI Survey
This survey will help measure your organization’s readiness for and implementation of best practices for diversity, equity, and inclusivity (DEI) in addiction treatment. NAATP’s Stages of Change Model and Organizational Assessment Tool can assist leaders in treatment and recovery programs in this process. You will need to refer to this Tool as you complete this survey. Completion of this survey should take about 10-15 minutes.
Individual responses will be kept confidential, and organization-level summary results will not be shared outside of the organization.
NAATP is aware of critical issues our field currently faces with recruiting and retaining qualified staff, and how these challenges are amplified with the emergence of the Omicron Variant. NAATP is working with our Board, member CEOs, related associations, and staffing HR experts to develop additional resources our members can use as they work to maintain full operation, and recruit and retain staff to deliver lifesaving services.
You can access preliminary resources here, and we will continue to add resources as they become available.
To help us better understand the unique needs and challenges faced by our members, please take a few minutes to respond to this 4-question survey. Responses will be used to help guide our efforts, advocate for our members, and develop resources that best address the needs of our members and the field.
Treatment Provider COVID Impact Survey
NAATP is collecting data on how the COVID-19 health crisis has impacted SUD treatment providers, including revenue, staffing, patient services, and levels of staff vaccination. This is a follow-up survey, to compare with results of our first survey which were published in October 2020. Please take a few minutes to complete this short survey. Results will be published in November 2021. Data will be used to support our members, and advocate for relief policies that ensure continued availability of SUD treatment services during and after the health crisis.
Watch the webinar from November 2020 in which Peter Thomas, Director of Quality Assurance at NAATP, and Reyna Taylor, VP of Public Policy and Advocacy at NCBH, review findings from their respective COVID-19 Impact Surveys.
Complete COVID-19 Impact Survey
Membership Needs Assessment
All members are encouraged to participate in a membership assessment survey to help us better develop programs and services that are tailored to our members' specific needs. Please log in to your membership account to access the survey. The survey should take approximately 10 minutes.
Complete the Membership Assessment Survey
Outcomes Measurement Survey
As part of our ongoing work on outcomes measurement, NAATP has created a landscape survey to better understand the level of adoption of outcomes research and the types of progress monitoring members engage in. Your participation will help guide our work going forward. Please forward this message to your clinical team or the person at your organization most familiar with current outcomes measurement practices. The survey should take approximately 15 minutes.