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A Comprehensive Approach to Drug Control for the Cayman Islands: The National Anti Drug Strategy 2009-2013

Government of the Cayman Islands Ministry of Health and Human Services and National Drug Council Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Cayman Islands 2009 Policy document alcohol, mental health treatment, substance use

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The National Anti-Drug Strategy seeks to prevent illicit drug use; effectively treat
those with dependencies on these drugs, and combat the demand for, as well as the
availability and distribution of illicit drugs to, and within, all three Islands. With implementation of the National Anti-Drug Strategy, therefore, the strategy aims to significantly reduce the prevalence of drug use amongst the Cayman Islands population, thereby minimizing social harm and damage to the well-being of our society.


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