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Programa contra el Alcoholismo y el Abuso de Bebidas Alcohólicas: Actualización 2011-2012. (Program on Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse: 2011-2012)

Government of Mexico Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Mexico 31 December 2011 Policy document alcohol, mental health treatment, prevention

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El presente documento describe la actualización del Programa contra el Alcoholismo y el Abuso de Bebidas Alcohólicas, que se desprende y apoya los objetivos plasmados en la Actualización del Programa de Acción Específico. Prevención y Tratamiento de las Adicciones 2011-2012, y tiene como objetivo consolidar las acciones desarrolladas hasta hoy en el ámbito de la prevención y atención del consumo nocivo de alcohol en nuestro país.

This document describes the Program on Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse, which follows and supports the objectives set out in the Program for Specific Action: Prevention and Treatment of Addictions 2011-2012. It aims to consolidate the actions taken to date in the field of prevention and harmful alcohol consumption in our country.


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