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South Australian Alcohol and Other Drug Strategy 2011 - 2016

South Australia Health Government of South Australia Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans South Australia 1 November 2011 Policy document alcohol, harm reduction, prevention

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The 2011-2016 Alcohol and Other Drug Strategy will be an action-oriented plan, with priority
activities for the South Australian Government listed under five key objectives. This Strategy does not encompass all the program and policy areas related to substance misuse; many successful activity areas are not included in this Strategy but will continue to be implemented as part of a comprehensive system. Instead it focuses on priority activities to ensure the South Australian Government is responding effectively to emerging issues.


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