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Norma Oficial Mexicana NOM-028-SSA2-2009 - Para la prevención, tratamiento y control de las adicciones (Official Mexican Standard NOM-028-2009 SSA2 - For the prevention, treatment and control of addictions)

Mexico Ministry of Public Health Country Resources Mental Health Service Standards Mexico 2009 Guidelines mental health treatment, prevention, rehabilitation, substance use

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Esta Norma Oficial Mexicana tiene por objeto establecer los procedimientos y criterios para la atención integral de las adicciones. Esta Norma Oficial Mexicana es de observancia obligatoria en todo el territorio nacional para los prestadores de servicios de salud del Sistema Nacional de Salud y en los establecimientos de los sectores público, social y privado que realicen actividades preventivas, de tratamiento, rehabilitación y reinserción social, reducción del daño, investigación, capacitación y enseñanza o de control de las adicciones.

This Mexican Official Standard is to establish procedures and criteria for the comprehensive care of addictions. This Mexican Official Standard is mandatory in all the national territory to persons providing NHS health services and the local public, social and private sectors to conduct prevention activities, treatment, rehabilitation and social reintegration, harm reduction research, training and teaching or controlling addictions.

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