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Adult Profiles: Clients in treatment - England - All in Treatment

Adult Profiles: Clients in treatment - England - All in Treatment

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Count Proportion
All in Treatment New Presentations
All in Treatment New Presentations

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Substance Category 2009/10 (%) 2010/11 (%) 2011/12 (%) 2012/13 (%) 2013/14 (%) 2014/15 (%) 2015/16 (%) 2016/17 (%) 2017/18 (%)
Opiate 170032 169144 162435 157959 155852 152964 149807 146536 141189
Non-opiate only 24557 23613 22982 23975 25570 25025 25814 24561 23730
Alcohol only 88086 88020 86416 87544 91651 89107 85035 80454 75787
Non-opiate & alcohol 28992 28223 27732 27627 28871 28128 28187 28242 27684
Substance Category 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18
Opiate 170032 169144 162435 157959 155852 152964 149807 146536 141189
Non-opiate only 24557 23613 22982 23975 25570 25025 25814 24561 23730
Alcohol only 88086 88020 86416 87544 91651 89107 85035 80454 75787
Non-opiate & alcohol 28992 28223 27732 27627 28871 28128 28187 28242 27684

All Substance Categories

Area Substance Category 2009/10 (%) 2010/11 (%) 2011/12 (%) 2012/13 (%) 2013/14 (%) 2014/15 (%) 2015/16 (%) 2016/17 (%) 2017/18 (%)
England Opiate 55 55 54 53 52 52 52 52 53
Area Substance Category 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18
England Opiate 55 55 54 53 52 52 52 52 53

INFORMATION DISCLOSURE GUIDELINES

ViewIt enables users to take a much closer look at drug and alcohol treatment statistics by providing users with the ability to filter key statistics by local authority, sex, age band (18-29, 30-49, 50+) and problematic substance group ("opiates”, “non-opiates only”, “alcohol only” and “non-opiates and alcohol”). Data has been rounded to the nearest 5 at the lowest granular level (ie chosen local authority, sex, age band and problematic substance group) and these rounded sub-totals have been summed to create higher level totals. This method ensures that low numbers (i.e. 1-4) are suppressed and cannot be deduced from totals. This may result in occasional inflated or deflated figures being displayed, particularly where lower granular levels or small geographical areas are selected, as lower values are more common in these groups. However, England values have not been rounded and therefore, in some instances, totaling data values at the local authority level may exceed the England value.

Organisations and individuals can request more detailed data from NDTMS by contacting PHE's Office for Data Release at ODR@phe.gov.uk. All requests will be assessed individually and only in circumstances where there is no risk to client confidentiality will data be released. It will be important that appropriate ethical and information governance procedures are in place prior to receiving any bespoke data. Cost recovery may also be appropriate. For further information please see https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/office-for-data-release-services-and-products-cost-recovery.