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National Drug Strategy 2017-2026

Australian Department of Health; Commonwealth of Australia Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Australia 1 January 2017 Policy document harm reduction, quality care, rehabilitation

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The Strategy provides a national framework which identifies nationally agreed priorities which governments will work collaboratively in coordinated, multi-agency approaches to develop and deliver jurisdictional responses that seek to prevent and minimise the harms from alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.

The Strategy outlines a national commitment to harm minimisation through balanced adoption
of effective demand, supply and harm reduction strategies.

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