Treatment for alcohol and drugs in Northern Ireland 2016, by gender and residence

This statistic displays the proportion of individuals who are in treatment for alcohol and drug use in Northern Ireland in 2016, by gender and residential status. In this year, 76 percent of men and 91.4 percent of women in treatment for drugs and alcohol use lived in non-residential or mixed accommodation.

Share of individuals in treatment for alcohol and drug use in Northern Ireland in 2016, by gender and residential status

Alcohol onlyDrugs onlyDrugs and alcohol
Residential (men)6.9%1.5%19.8%
Residential (women)5.6%0.9%6.5%
Non-residential/mixed (men)88.6%96.3%76%
Non-residential/mixed (women)90%96.9%91.4%
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Release date

August 2017

Region

United Kingdom (Northern Ireland)

Survey time period

1st September 2016

Age group

All ages

Supplementary notes

* n (men)=5,377, n (women)=3,176.

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