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El III Plan Estratégico de Drogodependencias y otros Trastornos Adictivos de la Comunitat Valenciana 2014-2015 (The Third Strategic Plan for drug addiction and other addictive disorders for Valencia 2014-2015)

Conselleria de Sanitat Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Valencia 17 January 2014 Policy document plan, substance use

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El III Plan Estratégico de Drogodependencias y otros Trastornos Adictivos de la Comunitat Valenciana 2014-2015 supone un nuevo reto, y un compromiso de continuidad y mejora con la sociedad valenciana en un área que constituye un grave problema para la salud de muchos valencianos y una considerable preocupación social.El III Plan Estratégico en materia de Drogodependencias y Otros Trastornos Adictivos es resultado del estudio de las necesidades específicas que la evolución de los trastornos adictivos ha supuesto en la sociedad valenciana, implicando su puesta en marcha la reorganización de las acciones para dar respuestas eficaces a las situaciones detectadas

The Third Strategic Plan for Drug Addiction and other Addictive Disorders of Valencia 2014-2015 represents a new challenge, and continuous commitment to improve an area that is a serious problem for the health of many Valencians and a considerable social concern. The Third Strategic Plan in the field of drug addiction and other addictive disorders is the result of studies of the specific needs of addictive disorders in Valencian society that have not been addressed, and includes the reorganization of government actions in order to have more effective responses to their needs.

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