The data for these tables are provided by the Health Research Board's National Drug Treatment Reporting System (NDTRS).
The NDTRS is a health information system that collects anonymous data about people in drug and alcohol treatment from general practitioners, low threshold services (that provide low-dose methadone or drop-in facilities only), outpatient and inpatient centres.
Through these interactive tables you can search for treatment data on eight different types of drug, including alcohol. The results of your analysis can be organised by year, age group, gender and geographical region of residence (county, HSE region, local health office, regional or local drugs task force area), and groups of variables.
The NDTRS interactive tables have been updated to include 2015 data. Please note that the dataset has been revised for all years to include cases treated in all types of services: outpatient, inpatient, GPs, low threshold and for the first time, those treated in prison. In addition, the revised statistics now include those cases with no fixed abode, no known address or an address outside Ireland, in all tables. Therefore this dataset supersedes all data previously available in the interactive tables.
The data is valid as of 1st September 2017.
Any of the data published here may be freely used, but remains the property of the NDTRS. To safeguard the integrity and confidentiality of the data, all users must agree to the following conditions:
The data user is fully responsible for interpretation of the data.
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