National Statistics: Substance misuse treatment for young people: statistics 2016 to 2017

Healthcare professionals can use these resources to understand:

the availability and effectiveness of alcohol and drug treatment services for young people (aged under-18) in England trends in drug and alcohol use among those young people receiving treatment the evidence of the benefits of substance misuse services to young people and their families

This understanding will help with planning, commissioning and improving local services.

The report and accompanying tables present statistical analysis of treatment data from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017.

PHE collects data on patients receiving treatment, details of their treatment and the outcomes.

For previous annual statistical reports and data visit official statistics from the NDTMS.

Local copy of Young-people-statistics-report-from-the-national-drug-treatment-monitoring-system-2016-2017.pdf
Local copy of Young-people-statistics-data-tables-from-the-national-drug-treatment-monitoring-system-2016-2017.xls
Local copy of Pre_release_access_list_2016_2017_young_people_statistics_from_NDTMS.pdf

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