Research and analysis: Drug misuse treatment in England: evidence review of outcomes This review gives policy makers and local areas an objective assessment of what drug treatment outcomes are achievable, and compares outcomes in England to the evidence and to other drug treatment systems
It reviews the impact of housing problems, unemployment and social deprivation on treatment engagement and outcomes. The review also considers how drug treatment will need to be configured to meet future need and recommends an appropriate set of measures or indicator for treatment evaluation.
It was commissioned by the Department of Health and was based partly on 3 rapid evidence assessments commissioned from independent academics. Public Health England