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Política nacional para la reducción consumo de sustancias psicoactivas y su impacto (National Policy on reduction of psychoactive substances and their impact)

Ministry of Social Protection Republic of Colombia Country Resources Substance Abuse Policies Colombia 1 April 2007 Policy document harm reduction, prevention, substance use

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El consumo de sustancias psicoactivas plantea enormes retos para las sociedades actuales. La presente política busca ofrecer salidas a un problema que Colombia reconoce como de
amplia prioridad, que requiere no sólo de un gran aporte del sector de la Protección Social, sino además, de todas las instancias que pueden y deben aportar con su quehacer a la búsqueda de soluciones ajustadas, innovadoras y medibles

The use of psychoactive substances pose enormous challenges for modern societies. This policy seeks to offer solutions to a problem that Colombia recognizes as a great priority, requiring not only a great contribution from the Social Protection sector, but also from
all instances that can and should contribute with their work to find innovative and measurable solutions.


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