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National Amphetamine-Type Stimulant Strategy 2008-2011

Ministerial Council on Drug Strategy; Commonwealth of Australia Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Australia 31 December 2008 Policy document prevention, strategy, substance use

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The National Amphetamine-Type Stimulant (ATS) Strategy 2008-2011 is informed by
the research literature, scientific evidence, a nationwide consultation process and written
submissions from key stakeholders around Australia.

The aim of the ATS Strategy is to:
Reduce the availability and demand for illicit amphetamine-type stimulants and prevent
use and harms across the Australian community


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