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Nationale Strategie zur Drogen-und Suchtpolitik (National Strategy on Drug and Addiction Policy)

Government of Germany; Drug Commissioner of the Federal Government Country Resources Substance Abuse Policies, Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Germany 15 February 2012 Policy document prevention, substance use

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Die Nationale Strategie zur Drogen-und Suchtpolitik beschreibt die umfassende nationale
Ausrichtung der Drogen-und Suchtpolitik in Deutschland für die kommenden Jahre. Das Ziel dieser Drogen-und Suchtpolitik ist es, den Konsum von legalen und illegalen Suchtmitteln zu verringern und Probleme im Zusammenhang mit Drogen und Sucht in unserer Gesellschaft zu vermeiden. Sie wird als Gesundheitsleitlinie für eine moderne Drogen-und Suchtpolitik in Deutschland bestimmt. Sie definiert Schwerpunkte und Herausforderungen der Drogen-und Suchtpolitik vor dem Hintergrund der aktuellen Entwicklungen, des bestehenden Systems zur Bereitstellung von Hilfe mit der Sucht, der rechtlichen Rahmenbedingungen und bewährter Konzepte in der Suchtprävention.

This National Strategy on Drug and Addiction Policy describes the comprehensive national
orientation of drug and addiction policy in Germany for the coming years. The goal of this drug and addiction policy is to reduce the consumption of legal and illegal addictive substances and to avoid problems related to drugs and addiction in our society. It is intended as a health policy guideline for a modern drug and addiction policy in Germany. It defines areas of focus and challenges faced by drug and addiction policy against the background of current developments, the existing system of providing help with addiction, the legal framework and proven concepts in addiction prevention.

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