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Table TDI-7. Data coverage, 2008 or most recent year available [see all tables in this series...]

Part (i) Clients entering treatment by country and type of treatment centre and type of client

CountryOutpatient centresInpatient centresOther agencies
NewAllNewAllNewAllTypes of other agency
Belgium(1)6473582461410::
Bulgaria2251327180503::
Czech Rep.10032047914215920643728Low-threshold agencies
Denmark1438437279328::
Germany(2)128945529251456333721910Low-threshold agencies and Treatment units in prison
Estonia(3)::::176625Outpatient and Inpatient centres
Ireland210948384891072176477General practitioners, Low-threshold ahencies and Treatment units in prisons
Greece120923117741931241440Low-threshold agencies
Spain(4)2303450555::::Outpatient centres and treatment units in prisons
France885741205144553821826Treatment units in prison
Italy3720258526::::
Cyprus2585121883::
Latvia(5)659:487803::
Lithuania(6)2725808
Luxembourg6240987
Hungary12512002322227551078Low-threshold agencies, Treatment units in prison and type of treatment centre unknown
Malta(7)417758::::Outpatient and specialised inpatient treatment centres, low-threshold agencies and units in prison
Netherlands(8)654710132Outpatient units, Inpatient units and low-threshold agencies
Austria170339591581352::
Poland(9)::569012582
Portugal(10)7019:::::
Romania4124406661522
Slovenia278670::::
Slovakia398767299748240541Treatment units in prison
Finland2141120122873::
Sweden(11)73318015232497:1719Treatment units in prison
United Kingdom44689123850108443208283833General practitioners
Croatia143064492701057::
Turkey::11272145::
Norway::::::
Total1549043825631349541782523416177

Notes:

 (1) Data refer to 2005.Outpatient data refer to outpatient centres and low-threshold agencies (aggregated data). Data do not cover Brussels Capital Region. 86% of clients cannot be classified has having been previously treated or not. 

 (2) A revision of the German Core Data Set occurred in 2008. Outpatient data refer to a more narrow definition of outpatient centres as compared to previous years. 

 (3) - Estonia cannot separate outpatient and inpatient as they provide both type of treatment.  

 (4) Data refer to 2007. Outpatient data refer to Outpatient centres and treatment units in prisons (aggregated data). 

 (5) For outpatient units, only data on new clients is available 

 (6) Limited comparability with TDI standards. 

 (7) Data refer to 2006 and to outpatient and specialised inpatient treatment centres, low-threshold agencies and units in prison (aggregated data). 

 (8) Data refer to outpatient centres, inpatient centres and low-threshold agencies. 

 (9) Data refer to 2007. 

 (10) Only information on new clients is available. 

 (11) Data on new clients is not available for treatment units in prisons. 

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

Sources:

 Reitox national reports 2009 — Table TDI by centre type. 

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