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Rozporządzenie rady ministrów z dnia 22 marca 2011 w sprawie krajowego programu przeciwdziałania narkomanii na lata 2011-2016 (Regulation Council of Ministers of 22 March 2011 on the National Drug Prevention Program for 2011-2016)

Government of Poland Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Poland 22 March 2011 Policy document prevention, rehabilitation, substance use

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"Poland’s new National Programme for Counteracting Drug Addiction 2011–2016 has as general aim to reduce drug use and to be more effective in reducing the related social and health problems. The programme will be implemented in five areas: prevention; treatment, rehabilitation, harm reduction and social reintegration; supply reduction; international cooperation; and research and monitoring. The evaluation of the programme is also foreseen."


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