Distribution of drug treatment entrants in Norway 2017, by primary drug

The most common primary drug of use when entering drug treatment in Norway in 2017 was cannabis, which was used by 29 percent of the entrants. The second most common primary drug for drug treatment entrants was opioids, which was used by 17 percent.

Distribution of drug treatment entrants in Norway in 2017, by primary drug

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Release date

June 2019

Region

Norway

Survey time period

2017

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