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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander standalone substance use services sobering-up/residential respite/short-term care client numbers cluster

Identifying and definitional attributes

Metadata item type:Help on this termData Set Specification
METeOR identifier:Help on this term576557
Registration status:Help on this termIndigenous, Endorsed 16/09/2014
DSS type:Help on this termData Element Cluster
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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 services 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

  Male Female Total
Indigenous 0-18 years N[NNN] N[NNN] N[NNN]
Indigenous 19-35 years N[NNN] N[NNN] N[NNN]
Indigenous 36 years and over N[NNN] N[NNN] N[NNN]
Total Indigenous N[NNN] N[NNN] N[NNN]
Non-Indigenous 0-18 years N[NNN] N[NNN] N[NNN]
Non-Indigenous 19-35 years N[NNN] N[NNN] N[NNN]
Non-Indigenous 36 years and over N[NNN] N[NNN] N[NNN]
Total Non-Indigenous N[NNN] N[NNN] N[NNN]
Total N[NNN] N[NNN] N[NNN]

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.

Includes:

  • clients in residential care overnight to sober-up, without formal rehabilitation. This includes Mobile Assistance Patrol/night patrol clients and 'walk-ins' who stay overnight to sober-up.
  • clients that stayed in short-term residential care for 1 to 7 days for respite purposes and do not receive formal rehabilitation.

Excludes:

  • residential treatment/rehabilitation programs
  • family members unless they were also a client of the service and have their own file/record.

Source and reference attributes

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Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Relational attributes

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander standalone substance use services DSS Indigenous, Archived 07/12/2017

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander standalone substance use services DSS Indigenous, Archived 07/12/2017

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander standalone substance use services DSS Indigenous, Archived 07/12/2017

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-Person—age range, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander standalone services client age ranges code NMandatory3
-Person—Indigenous status, code NMandatory2
-Person—sex, code NMandatory2
-Service provider organisation—number of clients, total people N[NNNN]Mandatory1
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