Mental health - People seen by mental health and addiction services at DHBs and NGOs 2001–2012

Ministry of Health

Notes

The age-standardised rate (ASR) is per 100,000 population, standarised to the World Health Organisation (WHO) standard world population. People seen in more than one financial year are counted in each relevant year. District health board (DHB): The body responsible for providing, or funding the provision of health and disability services in a district. Non-governmental organisation (NGO): A non-governmental provider of mental health and addiction services that may be contracted to, or provide services independently from, a DHB. In 2011/12 NGO data was incomplete however the number of NGOs reporting data to the Ministry of Health has been increasing over time.

Data provided by

Ministry of Health

Dataset name

Mental Health and Addiction: Service use 2011/12

Webpage:

http://www.health.govt.nz/publication/mental-health-and-addiction-service-use-2011-12

Import & extraction details

File as imported: Mental Health and Addiction: Service use 2011/12

From the dataset Mental Health and Addiction: Service use 2011/12, this data was extracted:

  • Sheet:
  • Range: B5:E15
  • Provided: 44 data points

This data forms the table Mental health - People seen by mental health and addiction services at DHBs and NGOs 2001–2012.

Dataset originally released on:

December 19, 2014