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Strategic plan to reduce adolescent and young people binge drinking in California

Government of California; The GPAC Strategic Plan Implementation Workgroup Country Resources Child and Youth Substance Abuse/Alcohol policies/plans/legislations and service standards California 1 January 2005 Policy document early intervention, vulnerability

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This action plan has following goals:
- reduce public binge drinking through increasing public awareness and decreasing public acceptance
- implementing collaborations across systems
- reduce availability of alcohol to underage youth
- increase perception among adolescents and young adults that binge drinking is harmful and unacceptable
- identify and promote evidence-based practices in addressing binge drinking

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