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Ustawa z dnia 29 lipca 2005 r. o przeciwdziałaniu narkomanii (Act of 29 July 2005 on counteracting drug addiction)

SEJM (Government of Poland) Country Resources Substance Abuse Legislation Poland 29 July 2005 Legislation/regulation education, prevention, quality care, substance use

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This Act is to counteract drug addiction and outlines that drug addiction is prevented through
policy-making in the fields of society, economy, education, health services with particular focus on the following areas:

1) Educational activities (informative and preventive)
2) Treatment, rehabilitation and reintegration of addicts;
3) Reducing harm to health and society;
4) Supervision of substances whose use can lead to addiction;
5) Combating illicit trafficking, manufacturing, processing, conversion and
possession of substances whose use can lead to addiction;
6) Supervise the cultivation of plants containing substances whose use
can lead to addiction.


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