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Prevalence Data

Estimates of the prevalence of opiate and/or crack cocaine use, 2014/15

The latest estimates for opiate and crack cocaine users in England, for the year 2014-15, have been published by Liverpool John Moores University. They include estimates of numbers of opiate users, crack cocaine users and people who use opiates and/or crack cocaine. There are also age estimates of these three groups.

The estimates were commissioned by PHE. The full national report has all the headline figures and the methodology and is available on the LJMU website. The accompanying set of data for each local authority is available here.

 

Estimates of alcohol dependence in England, including estimates of children living in a household with an adult with alcohol dependence

Estimates include:
• national and local authority estimates of the number of alcohol dependent adults in need of specialist assessment and treatment
• the number of alcohol dependent adults who have children living in the household at a national level
• the number of children living in a household with an adult with alcohol dependence at a national level
The full report, including methodology and findings, is available here.
Supplementary tables with local authority data on alcohol dependence are available here.

 

Estimates of number of adults with opiate dependence that have children living in the same household and the number of children in 2011/12
The full report, including methodology and findings, is available here.

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