Overview

Alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment services assist people to address their drug use. Treatment objectives can include reduction or cessation of drug use as well as improvements to social and personal functioning. Assistance may also be provided to support the family and friends of people using drugs.

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Latest findings

Over 6 in 10 people were male (62%), and over half (52%) of clients were aged 20–39

Alcohol remains the most common principal drug of concern for which clients sought treatment

The 4 most common drugs that led clients to seek treatment were alcohol, amphetamines, cannabis and heroin

Almost 9 in 10 (89%) opioid pharmacotherapy dosing points were pharmacies

47,563 clients received opioid pharmacotherapy treatment across Australia (excluding Queensland)

Over 2 in 3 (68%) opioid pharmacotherapy clients were male

More reports and statistics on AOD treatment services can be found under Alcohol, Illicit use of drugs and Smoking.