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Table TDI-15. Type of accommodation of clients entering treatment, 2009 or most recent year available [see all tables in this series...]

Part (iii) New clients entering inpatient treatment by country and type of accommodation (%)

CountryStable accommodationUnstable accommodationIn institutions (prisons, clinic, etc.)Status known (n)Status not known
Belgium69.220.510.32243
Bulgaria98.21.20.61660
Czech Republic(1)67.125.37.692229
Denmark80.314.84.9610
Germany(2)60.04.435.58335
Estonia:::::
Ireland89.77.82.65033
Greece93.75.80.57974
Spain:::::
France36.463.60.0111
Italy:::::
Cyprus100.00.00.0230
Latvia:::::
Lithuania:::::
Luxembourg :::::
Hungary100.00.00.0371
Malta:::::
Netherlands 94.03.32.843075
Austria86.811.71.51973
Poland(3):::05511
Portugal:::::
Romania(4)97.02.20.753512
Slovenia:::::
Slovakia94.06.00.02655
Finland78.212.98.91011
Sweden65.522.412.17108
United Kingdom :::::
Croatia91.82.06.149213
Turkey99.00.20.8143644
Norway:::::
Total83.69.07.473005918

Notes:

 : Indicates no data are available             

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

 (1) In the category "unstable accommodation" are 71 homeless clients 

 (2) Reference period changed from 6 months prior to treatment to situation immediately prior to treatment. Comparisons with previous years should be interpreted with caution. 

 (3) Data refer to 2008. 

 (4) Status unkown includes 4 homeless.             

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

Sources:

 Reitox national reports 2010 — TDI — inpatient treatment centres. 

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