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Aktionsplan Drogen und Sucht (Action plan on drugs and addiction)

The Drug Commissioner of the Federal Government of Germany Government of Germany Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Germany 1 January 2003 Policy document mental health promotion, prevention

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Der Aktionsplan Drogen und Sucht beinhaltet eine übergreifende, langfristig angelegte Gesamtstrategie für den Umgang mit Suchtmitteln, die dazu beiträgt, das Gesundheitsbewusstsein zu verändern und den gesundheitsschädlichen Konsum zu vermeiden oder zumindest zu reduzieren. Der Aktionsplan Drogen und Sucht beschreibt prioritäre Handlungsfelder und legt Ziele fest, die in den vier Säulen Prävention, Beratung/Behandlung, Überlebenshilfe/ Schadensreduzierung und Repression/Angebotsreduzierung dargestellt werden. Zu den Handlungsfeldern werden Maßnahmen beschrieben, um die festgelegten Ziele zu erreichen. Eine klare Zeit- und Zielplanung sowie die Evaluation der Maßnahmen sind wichtige Bestandteile des Planes.

The Action Plan on drugs and addiction involves a long-term strategy to deal with addictive substances, which is meant to improve health awareness and to avoid or at least to reduce harmful use. The Action Plan on drugs and addiction describes key areas for action and formulates goals in the four following pillars: prevention, counseling / treatment, survival aid / harm reduction and repression / reduction of the offer.

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