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Table TDI-15. Type of accommodation of clients entering treatment, 2009 or most recent year available [see all tables in this series...]

Part (i) New clients entering outpatient treatment by country and type of accommodation (%)

CountryStable accommodationUnstable accommodationIn institutions (prisons, clinic, etc.)Status known (n)Status not known
Belgium(1)85.75.29.1148681
Bulgaria91.18.30.519215
Czech Republic(2)60.414.924.894153
Denmark93.94.12.0172244
Germany(3)86.03.810.313486420
Estonia(4)94.31.34.51570
Ireland91.35.82.9212336
Greece96.23.50.315623
Spain(5)88.84.66.622208736
France85.112.82.110062270
Italy87.43.39.32043913544
Cyprus97.22.80.02840
Latvia92.40.37.2304170
Lithuania:::::
Luxembourg :::::
Hungary96.02.61.3272023
Malta(6)90.34.15.619654
Netherlands(7)93.41.65.046081083
Austria93.24.52.3186115
Poland(8)89.36.24.583813
Portugal(9)85.310.64.244733170
Romania(10)79.26.214.641931
Slovenia(11)84.912.92.335021
Slovakia94.94.60.54133
Finland89.59.01.52001
Sweden87.810.12.196610
United Kingdom :::::
Croatia84.911.63.51094107
Turkey:::::
Norway:::::
Total88.05.56.69310419903

Notes:

 : Indicates no data are available             

 Percentages are of clients whose status is known (n). 

 (1) Variable "Living Status (where)" not available in some centers of the Flemish Region : only 70% of the information available. 

 (2) In the category "unstable accommodation" are 22 homeless clients 

 (3) Reference period changed from 6 months prior to treatment to situation immediately prior to treatment. Comparisons with previous years should be interpreted with caution. 

 (4) Data refers to outpatient and inpatient treatment centres (aggregated data).             

 (5) Last data available refer to 2008 and to outpatient and prison treatments (aggregated data). 

 (6) Data refers to outpatient and inpatient treatment centres, low-threshold services and prisons (aggregated data). 

 (7) Data refer to outpatient treatment centres, inpatient treatment centres and low-threshold agencies (aggregated data). 

 (8) Data refers to 2008 and to 33 health care units.             

 (9) Unstable accomodation includes unfit accomodation, living in the street and centre for homeless.             

 (10) In institutions includes other institutions.             

 (11) Stable accomodation refers to permanent and temporary accomodation. Unstable acomodation refers to homeless people. 

 See also ‘General notes for interpreting data’ on the Explanatory notes and help page

Sources:

 Reitox national reports 2010 — TDI — outpatient treatment centres. 

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