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Substance Abuse Policy for Seychelles Draft

Republic of Seychelles Government of Seychelles Country Resources Substance Abuse Policies Seychelles 29 January 2012 Policy document mental health promotion, policy, substance use

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In accordance with the vision guiding the policy and principles underpinning it, the specific objectives are to:

- Set up alcohol and substance abuse services at tertiary care level to provide treatment in line with internationally accepted best practices.

- Develop community oriented mental health care system integrated with general health service that covers the continuum of PHC, community, secondary and tertiary levels

- Ensure that essential psychotropic medicines are provided at all the PHC facilities with guidelines for their use

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