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Alcohol Treatment

The Statistics in this report present information collected through the National Drug Treatment Monitoring System on clients that are receiving specialist interventions for alcohol dependence. Specialist Treatment is one strand of the Government’s Alcohol Strategy, which sets out to address a wide range of health, social and criminal justice harms associated with alcohol misuse. This report can be downloaded by clicking here:

This Needs Assessment is not yet ready. Please refer to the 2011/12 until it is available. You can view this by clicking here

This pack sets out the national and local investment in young people’s specialist substance misuse interventions in Bolton. Using data from the National Drug Treatment Monitoring System (NDTMS) it gives key performance information about delivery of specialist substance misuse interventions in your area, the complexity of the young people receiving them, and, where possible, national data for comparison.

Powerpoint presentation of the key findings of Bolton's Drug and Alcohol Treatment Needs Assessmenet 2011/12.

Annual assessment report of drugs and alcohol treatment needs in Bolton, providing and understanding of local need and the different populations in need of treatment services.

Report and analysis of mortality amongst individuals in contact with drug and alcohol treatment services in the North West between 2003 and 2009.

The full needs assessment into alcohol harm related issues in Bolton. The primary purpose of undertaking an Alcohol Harms Needs Assessment for Bolton was to inform the development of a new alcohol strategy. A secondary aim of the needs assessment was to draw up a comprehensive set of recommendations for commissioners to inform the future development of alcohol service provision and wider alcohol harm reduction interventions.

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