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Estrategia Nacional de Drogas y Alcohol 2011 - 2014 (National Drug and Alcohol Strategy 2011 - 2014)

Ministry of Health; Chile Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Chile 31 December 2011 Policy document mental health promotion, mental health treatment, prevention

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The National Strategy for Drug and Alcohol seeks not only to reduce the levels of illicit drug use and the risks of alcohol consumption, but also to reduce the social and health impacts of drugs and alcohol. To achieve these objectives, the strategy includes a number of initiatives, programs and actions ranging from universal and nonspecific prevention of risk behaviors to complex treatment interventions, rehabilitation and integration of problem users of these substances. The Strategy will guide the work of the National Prevention and Rehabilitation of Drug and Alcohol, created by Law 20.502.

La Estrategia Nacional de Drogas y Alcohol busca no sólo reducir los niveles de consumo de drogas ilícitas y los riesgos del consumo de alcohol, sino también para reducir los impactos sociales y de salud de las drogas y el alcohol. Para lograr estos objetivos, la estrategia incluye una serie de iniciativas, programas y acciones que van desde la prevención universal e inespecífica de conductas de riesgo para las intervenciones complejas de tratamiento, rehabilitación e integración de los consumidores problemáticos de estas sustancias. La estrategia guiará la labor del Consejo Nacional de Prevención y Rehabilitación de Drogas y Alcohol, creado por la Ley 20.502.

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