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Every Door is the Right Door: A British Columbia Planning Framework to Address Problematic Substance Use and Addiction

Ministry of Health; Government of British Columbia Country Resources Substance Abuse Policies British Columbia 31 May 2004 Policy document 0-7726-5127-2 alcohol, policy, substance use

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The planning framework will guide and support health authorities to ensure
British Columbia has a comprehensive, compassionate, and effective response
to addictions and problematic substance use within our current resources.


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