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Government Resolution on a Drug Policy Action Programme in Finland 2004 - 2007

Finland Ministry of Social Affairs and Health Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Finland 5 February 2004 Policy document 1236-2050 mental health treatment, policy, prevention

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The document describes the drug policy action programme for the years 2004 to 2007 in Finland. The aim of drug policy is to prevent the importation, spread and use of drugs as well as to reduce individual, social and economic damages caused by drug use. The measures to reach this objective include intensifying drug control measures, prevention of experimental and habitual drug use, adequate provision of treatment services, and facilitating the access to treatment.

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