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The National Drug Prevention Strategy 2008

Government of Bermuda Ministry of Culture and Social Rehabilitation Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Bermuda 28 February 2008 Policy document http://www.health.gov.bm/portal/server.pt/gateway/PTARGS_0_0_15348_0_0_43/http;/ptpublisher.gov.bm;7087/publishedcontent/publish/ministrycsr/department_for_national_drug_control/composition_of_ndc/bm_demand_reduction_approach.pdf?qid=99079831&rank=9 prevention, strategy, substance use

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The National Drug Prevention Strategy aims to help parents, educators, and community leaders think about, plan for, and deliver research-based drug abuse prevention programs at the community level.

To achieve such, this strategy focuses on the following;

- Key concepts underlying the Prevention Framework
- Status of Prevention in Bermuda
- Frame work for Drug Abuse and Prevention Strategy


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