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The AODTS-NMDS data cubes are subsets of data from the Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services National Minimum Data Set (AODTS-NMDS) collection.
Note: Cubes open in new window.
When a data cube is opened, the table shows 'Treatment services/agencies' as the default measure, by 'year and state' as default dimensions.To add a dimension to the table, left click its icon and drag it towards the top left hand of the table.To display an additional column dimension, wait till a left-pointing arrow appears and drop the icon. To display it as an additional row dimension, wait till a downward-pointing arrow appears and drop the icon.To remove a dimension, right click its label in the top left hand of the table and select 'Hide <dimension>' from the menu, or you can replace the dimension by selecting 'Change <dimension> to <other dimension> from the menu.If there are too many column and/or row headings which appear in the same screen, there are arrows that allow you to scroll through the column headings and row headings.If you want to collate totals and present percentages of totals, right click on the table icon, where the data is displayed. This provides additional options for data presentation.
The cubes cover the period 2003–04 to 2013–14.
The counting unit is a 'closed treatment episode'. A closed treatment episode refers to a period of contact, with defined dates of commencement and cessation, between a client and a treatment agency. As a unit of measurement, the 'closed treatment episode' used in the AODTS-NMDS cannot provide information on the number of clients who access publicly funded alcohol and other drug treatment, nor can it provide information on the extent of concurrent, sequential or recurrent service use.
It should also be noted that:
Across all years, the following data items in the cubes have been collapsed for confidentiality reasons:
2003–04 and 2004–05
2001–02 and 2002–03
The publications associated with these cubes may also be downloaded in full. If you require more detail than is provided in the data cubes, and are not available in the publications, we also offer a data request service. Customised tables can be provided, subject to data quality and confidentiality requirements. Please note that a fee may apply for this service.
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