Official Statistics

Working age benefit recipients in drug or alcohol treatment

Analysis of data for financial year 2011 to 2012.

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Individuals in drug or alcohol treatment in receipt of working age benefits

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Tables: Individuals in drug or alcohol treatment in receipt of working age benefits, England, 2011/12, by local authority

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Details

This analysis provides statistics on:

  • the estimated number of working age benefit recipients in drug or alcohol treatment in England
  • the median duration of claims
  • the proportion of participants who successfully completed drug or alcohol treatment that were in receipt of DWP working age benefits

These figures are also available at a local authority level in the tables published alongside this report.

The spreadsheet tables were revised on 26 October 2015 to correct data for Kingston-upon-Thames and Kingston-upon-Hull local authorities (LAs). Previously entries for each of these LAs contained the other LA’s data. Further quality assurance has been carried out to ensure the accuracy of these tables.

Published 31 July 2015
Last updated 26 October 2015 + show all updates
  1. Revised spreadsheet tables to correct data for Kingston-upon-Thames and Kingston-upon-Hull local authorities (LAs). Previously entries for each of these LAs contained the other LA’s data. Further quality assurance has been carried out to ensure the accuracy of these tables.
  2. First published.