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Plan Sante des jeunes (Youth Health Plan)

French Government Country Resources Child and Youth General Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards France 1 February 2008 Policy document substance use, vulnerability

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Le plan "Santé des jeunes" a été présenté par Roselyne Bachelot, alors ministre de la Santé, de la Jeunesse et des Sports, en février 2008. Il s’agit d’un plan qui comporte une série de mesures qui ont pour double objectif de mieux protéger la santé des jeunes de 16 à 25 ans et de mieux répondre à leur besoin d’autonomie et de responsabilité.

Pour atteindre cet objectif, le plan repose sur quatre piliers :
- Lutter efficacement contre les conduites à risque,
- Repondre aux besoins des jeunes les plus vulnerables,
- Developper les activites physiques et sportives chez les jeunes,
- Permettre aux jeunes de devenir acteurs de leur sante.

The "Youth Health" plan was presented by Roselyne Bachelot, Minister of Health, Youth and Sports, in February 2008. The plan includes a range of measures that aims to improve the protection of the health of young people ( from 16 to 25 years-old) and to meet their need for autonomy and responsibility.

To achieve this goal, the plan is based on four milerstones:
- Effectively tackling risky behaviors,
- Meeting the needs of the most vulnerable young people,
- Developing physical and sports activities for the youth,
- Allowing young people to become involved in their health.

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