Consultation now open on amendments to the data set collected on alcohol and drug treatment by the National Drug Treatment Monitoring System (NDTMS)
Published on 25 July 2016
The NDTMS reporting timetable covering the reporting period March 2016 to March 2017 is now available.
Published on 29 April 2016
The Commissioning Tool 2014-15 has now been released, you can download the tool at https://www.ndtms.net/ValueForMoney.aspx
Published on 19 February 2016
a tool to demonstrate the social and economic benefits of alcohol and drugs interventions to the individual, their family and the wider community.
Published on 09 February 2016
NDTMS pre-release statistics will be re-instated with effect from 3rd December 2015 to coincide with the release of the NDTMS adult and young people national statistics. The adult national statistics publication brings together for the first time information on individuals receiving specialist interventions for both drugs and alcohol. These services are increasingly commissioned together as many people experience problems and receive interventions for both. In line with this change, NDTMS pre-release statistics will report data for adults using this new methodology. More detailed information on these changes can be found here (http://www.nta.nhs.uk/new-reporting-methodology.aspx)
National statistics for young people and the previously reported young people pre-release statistics remains unchanged and will be reinstated using the existing methodology but additionally presented by PHE centre. The Public Health Outcomes Framework Indicators 2.15i and 2.15ii will also be reinstated with the existing methodology.
The new NDTMS pre-release statistics will report the following information monthly from 1st April 2014:
- Numbers in treatment – The number of individuals who accessed specialist treatment in a rolling 12 month period.
- New presentations to treatment – The number of individuals that started a new treatment journey year to date.
- Total Exits – The total number of individuals that exited from the treatment system year to date.
- Numbers in effective treatment - The number of individuals in treatment in the latest 12 month period (setback 3 months) who remained in treatment for 12 weeks or more, or who were in treatment for less than 12 weeks and exited successfully.
- The proportion in effective treatment - The number of individuals in effective treatment as a proportion of all numbers in treatment.
Reported by the following geographies:
- PHE centre (https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/408062/PHE_centres_local_authority_lookup.pdf)
- Local authority
- Treatment provider by a client's local authority of residence
The adult data will be segmented by the following substance categories:
- Opiate clients
- Non-opiate only clients
- Alcohol clients and alcohol only clients
Further details on these client categorisation can be found here (http://www.nta.nhs.uk/new-reporting-methodology.aspx)
Published on 01 December 2015