Croydon plans drug treatments with SAS

Croydon’s Drug and Alcohol Action Team is deploying SAS to improve the number of people getting drug treatment, reduce drug-related crime and attempts to reduce drug misuse.

Ray Rajagopalan, data manager at Croydon’s DAAT, says: “By using SAS, we can analyse the success and failure of specific treatment programmes and see whether our treatment structure actually meets the needs of the local population. SAS saves us time by being able to immediately detect weaknesses in the system, rather than waiting a year or more.

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