Table of contents

  • Preliminary materials
    • Title and verso pages
    • Contents
    • Acknowledgments
    • Abbreviations
    • Symbols
    • Summary
      • The total number of treatment episodes provided to clients has increased
      • Alcohol continues to be the most common principal drug of concern
      • Counselling continues to be the most common treatment type
      • The number of treatment agencies has remained relatively stable
  • Body section
    • 1 Introduction
      • Definitions of terms used in this report
      • How are the data collected?
      • What’s included?
      • Important issues that explain the data
      • Data issues specific to the 2010–11 year
      • Explanatory notes
    • 2 In what sector and where are the treatment agencies?
      • Service sectors
      • Locations
      • Treatment types delivered in different geographical locations
    • 3 Who uses alcohol and other drug treatment services?
      • Own or other’s drug use
      • Indigenous Australians
      • Country of birth and preferred language
    • 4 What drugs do people seek treatment for?
      • Principal drug of concern
      • Individual principal drug of concern profiles
      • All drugs of concern
    • 5 What treatments do people receive?
      • Main treatment types
      • Specific main treatment types
      • Additional treatments
      • Alcohol and other drug treatment in prison health services 2010
      • Pharmacotherapy treatments—findings from the National Opioid Pharmacotherapy Statistics
      • Hospitalisations associated with drug use
    • 6 Relationship between the AODTS–NMDS and associated data sets
      • Introduction
      • The data sets
      • Relationships between these data sets
    • 7 Quality and collection methods of the data
      • Collection method and data included
      • Comprehensiveness of the data
      • Policy and administrative features in each jurisdiction
      • Data quality considerations for other collections
  • End matter
    • Appendixes
      • Appendix A: Data quality statement
      • Appendix B: Data elements in the AODTS–NMDS for 2010–11
      • Appendix C: Detailed tables
      • Appendix D: Australian Standard Geographical Classification
      • Appendix E: Australian Standard Classification of Drugs of Concern (ASCDC)
      • Appendix F: Alcohol and other drug treatment provided  by services funded to assist Indigenous Australians
      • Appendix G: Mapping of ICD-10-AM codes to ASCDC output  categories
  • References
  • List of tables
  • List of figures
  • List of boxes
  • Related publications