Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander standalone substance use service sobering-up/residential respite/short-term care client numbers cluster
Identifying and definitional attributes
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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander standalone drug and alcohol services offer temporary, live-in accommodation for clients requiring substance use treatment and rehabilitation.
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander standalone substance use service sobering-up/residential respite/short-term care client numbers cluster describes the number of clients that stayed in sobering-up/residential respite/short-term care during the reporting period.
Sobering-up clients stay in residential care overnight to sober up and do not receive formal rehabilitation. Residential respite/short-term clients spend 1 to 7 days in residential care for respite, and do not receive formal rehabilitation.
The four data elements are used together to provide a count of clients by their Indigenous status, sex and age ranges.
Clients in sobering-up/residential respite/short-term care
Collection and usage attributes
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Each person is only counted once, no matter how many times that they were admitted into residential care during the year.
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander standalone substance use service is required to provide numbers of male, female and total clients in sobering-up/residential respite/short-term care by Indigenous status and age group (0–18, 19–35 and 36 years and over), as detailed in the Scope, Clients in sobering-up/residential respite/short-term care table. The total Indigenous and non-Indigenous clients may include unknown or not reported sex. Total sex may include unknown or not reported Indigenous status.
Source and reference attributes
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
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