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Table TDI-2. Trends in the number of clients entering treatment and the number of reporting treatment centres, 1996 to 2006 [see all tables in this series...]

Part (iv) Types of units covered for reporting clients entering treatment

CountryTypes of units covered in the data (1)
Czech RepublicUp to 1998 OUT+LTA; from 1999 to 2004 OUT+INP+LTA+PRIS; since 2005:OUT+INP+LTA
DenmarkOUT+INP; 2006: OUT+INP+OTH
GermanyUp to 2004 OUT+GPs; 2005: OUT+INP
Ireland(2)1996: OUT+INP+LTA+GP+PRIS; 1997: OUT+INP+LTA; 1998: OUT+INP+LTA+GP; 1999: OUT+INP+LTA+GP+PRIS; 2000:OUT+INP+LTA+GP; 2001-2003,2005: OUT+INP+LTA; 2006:OUT+INP+LTA+GPs
GreeceUp to 1999 OUT+INP; from 2000 to 2006 OUT+INP+LTA
SpainUp to 2003: OUT+INP; 2004-2005: OUT
FranceUp to 2004: OUT+INP+PRIS; 2005: OUT; 2006: OUT+INP+PRIS
Cyprus2001,2002: OUT; 2003:OUT+INP; 2004: OUT+INP+PRIS; 2005: OUT+INP; 2006: OUT+INP+PRIS
Latvia2002-2004: OUT; 2005-2006: OUT+INP
Lithuania2002-2005: INP+OUT; 2006: OUT
Luxembourg(3)Up to 2003 OUT+INP+LTA+PRIS; 2004: OUT+INP+PRIS; 2005: OUT+INP+OTH
Austria(5)Up to 2005: OUT+GP+PRIS (only units notifying substitution treatment); 2006: OUT+INP
RomaniaINP (OUT units are sometimes organised within INP centres)
SloveniaOUT; from 2004:OUT+PRIS
SlovakiaUp to 1999 OUT+INP; from 2000 to 2006: OUT+INP+PRIS
FinlandIn 1996 OUT+INP; from 1998 to 2002: OUT+INP+PRIS; 2003-2004: OUT+INP+PRIS+GP+LTA; 2005: OUT+INP+PRIS+LTA; 2006: OUT+INP
SwedenUp to 2002: OUT+INP+PRIS; 2003: OUT+INP; 2004:OUT+INP+ combined Outpatient-Inpatient in methadone treatment (OTH); 2005-2006: OUT+INP+PRIS
United KingdomOUT+INP+GP


 When countries do not report data on type of units, they are not listed. 

 (1) The following acronyms are used to abbreviate treatment unit type: OUT = outpatient treatment centres; INP = inpatient treatment centres; LTA = low-threshold agencies; PRIS = treatment units in prison; GP = general practitioners; OTH = other treatment units. 

 (2) Low-threshold methadone maintenance and crisis counselling. 

 (3) Specialised drug unit of judicial police (SPJ). 

 (4) Outpatient, inpatient treatment centres, low-threshold agencies, units in prison and dual-diagnosis unit of psychiatric hospital together. 

 (5) Based on DOKLI data collection system; from 2006 on a data collection is new. 

 See also ‘General notes for interpreting data’ on the Explanatory notes and help page


 Reitox national reports 2007 — Standard table 3 and TDI 34. 

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