Rehabilitation


Rehabilitation 2015, overview

 

  • Registration in addiction rehabilitation remains incomplete.
  • Addiction rehabilitation had 21,000 people in 2015.
  • Alcohol is the most frequently occurring primary problem.

 

As stated earlier, the data required for LADIS on primary and, if present, secondary problems, in addiction rehabilitation are more often than not unregistered or not fully registered. The number of records with missing data has increased since 2007 and the number of reported clients originating in addiction rehabilitation is therefore lower. In 2015, as in the previous two editions, the figures are presented separately from addiction care. The trends regarding primary problems are too greatly influenced by the increase in the proportion of incomplete data.

Because many people with a rehabilitation contact also have contacts in regular addiction care, it is still possible to form a rough impression of this group.


More information about the figures for rehabilitation can be found here