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Table TDI-15. Type of accommodation of clients entering treatment, 2008 or most recent year available [see all tables in this series...]

Part (iv) All clients entering inpatient treatment by country and type of accommodation (%)

CountryStable accommodationUnstable accommodationIn institutions (prisons, clinic, etc.)Status known (n)Status not known
Belgium(1)65.415.419.21301280
Bulgaria98.61.40.04994
Czech Republic(2)66.825.37.9209762
Denmark83.211.45.431612
Germany51.26.042.7554187
Estonia
Ireland78.915.85.3106012
Greece91.57.60.919238
Spain
France49.049.41.643718
Italy
Cyprus96.42.41.2830
Latvia0803
Lithuania
Luxembourg64.915.619.57710
Hungary68.629.02.421012
Malta
Netherlands
Austria86.111.72.2129359
Poland(3)012582
Portugal
Romania97.01.91.1149527
Slovenia
Slovakia90.18.11.871731
Finland76.420.72.98667
Sweden57.531.511.1246136
United Kingdom
Croatia01057
Turkey98.90.30.8209154
Norway
Total72.912.814.32129616161

Notes:

 Percentages are of clients whose status is known (n). 

 (1) Last available data refer to 2005. Data do not cover Brussels Capital Region. 

 (2) In the category "unstable accommodation" are 201 homeless clients 

 (3) Data refer to 2007. 

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

Sources:

 Reitox national reports 2009 — TDI — inpatient treatment centres. 

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