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Reducing the alcohol and drug toll: Victoria’s plan 2013–2017

State of Victoria; Department of Health Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Australia, Victoria 31 December 2012 Policy document alcohol, prevention, substance use

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This plan sets out how the Victorian Government will work together with the whole community
to bring down the alcohol and drug toll. This document sets out clear, achievable steps that will begin to make measurable improvements to rates of alcohol misuse and drug use and its effects on death, disease, injury, crime, antisocial behaviour and losses to education and productivity.


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