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South Australian Drug Strategy 2005-2010

Government of South Australia Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans South Australia 1 February 2005 Policy document harm reduction, substance use

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This South Australian Drugs Strategy is a practical plan to combat the physical and psychological harm - as well as the broader community problems - arising from the abuse and misuse of drugs. The goal of this South Australian Drug Strategy is to improve the
health and wellbeing of all South Australians by preventing the use of illicit drugs and the misuse of licit drugs. A continuing partnership between the community, service providers and
Government is identified as essential in achieving the goal.


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