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Drug treatment

This data shows successful completions as a proportion of all in treatment. A successful completion means a drug user is free of drug dependence.

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The Office for Health Improvement and Disparities classifies successful completion of drug treatment as those who leave structured treatment free of drug dependency.


The latest local data from 2022/23 suggests that successful completions for drug treatment in Buckinghamshire was 14.6%. This was lower than the South East (15.9%) and higher than for England (13.7%). 


There is no significant difference in trend over the last 5 years. 




There is variation in rates of drug treatment across Buckinghamshire and the Council have developed an interactive ‘Community Board Dashboard’ which shows rates at a local level.

Successful completion of drug treatment

Adults aged 18 years and over

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