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released: 12 Dec 2011 author: AIHW

In South Australia in 2009-10, 59 publicly-funded government and non-government alcohol and other drug treatment agencies provided 9,092 treatment episodes. This was an increase of four treatment agencies but a decrease of 572 treatment episodes from 2008-09. Alcohol was again the most common principal drug of concern (56%), followed by amphetamines (11%) and cannabis (10%). Counselling was the most common form of main treatment provided in 2009-10 (accounting for 27% of episodes) a change from recent years, in which the predominant treatment type was assessment only.

ISSN 1446-9820; ISBN 978-1-74249-255-1; Cat. no. AUS 148; 16pp.; Internet Only

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AIHW 2011. Alcohol and other drug treatment services in South Australia 2009-10: findings from the National Minimum Data Set (NMDS). AIHW bulletin no. 96. Cat. no. AUS 148. Canberra: AIHW. Viewed 21 August 2017 <http://www.aihw.gov.au/publication-detail/?id=10737420904>.

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