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Since ADOM was mandated for use in adult outpatient community alcohol and other drugs services in July 2015, services have been reporting ADOM collections into Programme for the Integration of Mental Health Data (PRIMHD).
These collections number in the thousands and can start to give us some insight into what is happening for tāngata whai ora as they start their treatment journey in services, right through to when they leave services.
Te Pou o te Whakaaro Nui have coordinated an advisory group to help formulate reports based on aggregated, anonymous data from ADOM. The documents on this page are all related to the building of and production of those reports. For more information please contact ADOM lead Mark Smith.
Te Pou welcome feedback on these reports, available to download below. Please send all feedback directly to Mark Smith.