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La prise en charge et la prevention des addictions Plan 2007-2011 (Management and prevention of addictions Plan 2007-2011)

France Ministry of Health and Solidarity Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans France 15 November 2006 Policy document harm reduction, prevention, substance use

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Ce plan participe de la politique de réduction des risques pour les usagers de drogue que le gouvernement mène depuis 2002, avec trois objectifs :
- limiter le nombre de nouveaux usagers,
- les traiter et les aider à renoncer à l’usage de drogue,
- réduire les conséquences graves liées à cet usage.

This plan is part of the risk reduction policy for drug users that the government has been leading since 2002. It has three objectives:
- to limit the number of new users,
- to treat and help to give up drug use,
- to reduce serious consequences of drug use.


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