Information on drug-related emergencies for Belgium is available from crisis intervention centres (CICs) and the Belgian Early Warning System on Drugs. Since 2011, the number of admissions and the length of stay for every admission in CIC have been registered on a monthly basis. The information currently available from CICs suggests stable numbers of admissions — and therefore of potential non-fatal intoxications — since 2011. In 2017, around 1 750 admissions related to illegal drugs were registered. The drugs most commonly linked to admissions are cannabis, cocaine and opiates. The emergency rooms of the hospitals UZ Ghent and ZNA Stuivenberg in Antwerp participate in the European Drug Emergencies Network (Euro-DEN Plus) project, which was established in 2013 to monitor acute drug toxicity in sentinel centres across Europe.