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Plan gouvernemental de lutte contre les drogues et les toxicomanies 2008-2011 (National Plan to fight against drugs and drug addiction)

Government of France Interministerial Mission for the Fight against Drugs and Drug Addiction Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans France 31 December 2008 Legislation/regulation mental health promotion, plan, substance use

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La France souscrit pleinement, en matière de lutte contre les drogues et les toxicomanies, à l’approche équilibrée soutenue par les instances internationales et européennes. Les 193 mesures concrètes du plan, regroupées en quarante-quatre fiches actions thématiques, se répartissent en conséquence en cinq grands axes de politique publique :

– Prévention, communication, information (38 mesures).
– Application de la loi (41 mesures).
– Soins, insertion sociale, réduction des risques (69 mesures).
– Formation, observation, recherche (30 mesures).
– International (15 mesures).

France fully supports the fight against drugs and drug addiction, the balanced approach supported by international and European bodies. 193 concrete steps of the plan, divided into forty-four sheets thematic actions are divided accordingly into five major areas of public policy:

- Prevention, communication, information (38 measures).
- Law Enforcement (41 measures).
- Health, social inclusion, risk reduction (69 measures).
- Training, observation, research (30 measures).
- International (15 measures).


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