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Hotarare nr. 1.369 privind aprobarea Planului de actiune pentru implementarea Strategiei nationale antidrog in perioada 2010-2012 (Decision no. 1369 approving the Action Plan for implementation of the National Drug Strategy 2010-2012)

Romania Government of Romania Country Resources Substance Abuse Legislation, Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Romania 23 December 2010 Legislation/regulation harm reduction, prevention, strategy, substance use

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Reducerea cererii - Obiectiv general: Mentinerea la un nivel scãzut comparativ cu cel actual al prevalentei consumului ilicit de droguri si reducerea întrun mod corelat a prevalentei consumului de alcool si tutun în rândul populatiei generale prin consolidarea mãsurilor de prevenire si prin dezvoltarea sistemului public si privat de asistentã medicalã, psihologicã si socialã
Prevenirea consumului de droguri - Obiectiv general: Constientizarea si implicarea întregii populatii, în special a copiilor si tinerilor, în programe de prevenire a consumului de droguri, universale, selective si indicate, în scopul întãririi influentei factorilor de protectie si al reducerii influentelor factorilor de risc

Reducing demand - Goal: Maintain a low level compared to the current prevalence of illicit drug use and the reduction in a way related to the prevalence of alcohol and tobacco among the general population by strengthening prevention and the development of public and private medical, psychological and social assistance
Drug prevention - Goal: Awareness and involvement of the entire population, especially children and youth, in drug prevention programs which are selective and indicated, in order to strengthen the influence of protective factors and reduce the influence of risk factors


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