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Ley 4/2015 de atención integral en materia de drogas y bebidas alcohólicas. (Law 4/2015, Comprehensive Care in the field of Drugs and Alcohol)

Comunidad Autónoma del Principado de Asturias Country Resources Substance Abuse Legislation Principality of Asturias 20 May 2015 Legislation/regulation alcohol, health promotion, substance use

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Esta ley aborda el problema social y sanitario derivado del uso y abuso de drogas y bebidas alcohólicas en base a los principios formulados en los sucesivos Planes sobre Drogas del Principado de Asturias y compartidos desde 1985 con el Plan Nacional sobre Drogas. En Asturias el Plan de Acción Regional sobre Toxicomanías planteó como objetivos la coordinación nacional, la cooperación internacional, la reducción de la oferta y de la demanda, la mejora del conocimiento y de la formación; en él se incluyeron medidas de tres tipos: preventivas, terapéuticas y de rehabilitación y reinserción social. Heredero de aquél, el actual Plan sobre Drogas para Asturias se basa en políticas de promoción de la salud, interdisciplinariedad y coordinación entre instituciones, asentado sobre los principios de atención bio-psico-social, normalización de la atención, evaluación permanente de la evidencia científica de las actuaciones y perspectiva de género.

This law addresses the social and health problems arising from the use and abuse of drugs and alcohol on the basis of the principles contained in successive Drug Plans of Asturias and shared since 1985 with the National Drug Plan. In Asturias, the Regional Plan of Action on Addiction raised as targets national coordination, international cooperation, reducing supply and demand, improving knowledge and training; preventive, curative and rehabilitative and social reintegration. Heir of the former, the current Plan on Drugs for Asturias is based on policies to promote health, interdisciplinary action and coordination between institutions, seated on the principles of bio-psycho-social care, standards of care, and ongoing assessment of the scientific evidence.

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