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Tasmanian Alcohol Action Framework 2010 - 2015

Government of Tasmania Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Tasmania 1 January 2010 Policy document alcohol, prevention

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The Tasmanian Alcohol Action Framework 2010-2015 provides a means to address alcohol
issues in a planned and coherent manner. It sets the broad goals and strategies to guide government agencies, local councils, community sector organisations and industry to develop integrated and well-coordinated actions to tackle the problems associated with excessive alcohol consumption.

The goal of the Framework is to improve individual and community safety and reduce human, health, economic and social costs associated with the misuse of alcohol.


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