Schizophrenia - spectrum disorders have been shown to have large economic costs for the society due to hospitalizations. Long Acting Injections (LAIs) have been shown to promote adherence and reduce hospitalizations. However, socio-demographic and environmental variables have been shown to be associated with relapses. The present study attempted to explore relationships between rehospitalisation and such variables by analysing data from the Attitudes Study. Our findings validate previous literature on LAIs showing a larger effect of route of drug administration on hospitalizations. However, our study also highlights the importance of living circumstances and ethnicity that were shown to have an effect on hospitalizations and explained a larger part of the variance when it came to furthers hospitalisations. Furthermore, associations of variables relating to disease history with variables like gender, education and employment are presented highlighting the importance of a multi-approach model when it comes to preventing future hospitalizations.