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.

drug treatment

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 2021/22 suggests that successful completions for drug treatment in Buckinghamshire was 14.4%. This was lower than the  South East (17.0%) and the same as that for England (14.4%). 

There is no significance 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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