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Kārtība, kādā no psihoaktīvām vielām atkarīgās personas saņem sociālās rehabilitācijas pakalpojumus (Procedures for the social rehabilitation of persons with addiction to psychoactive substances)

The Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Latvia Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Latvia 1 January 2012 Policy document alcohol, substance use

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Noteikumi nosaka kārtību, kādā no psihoaktīvām vielām - alkohola, narkotiskajām, toksiskajām vai citām apreibinošām vielām - atkarīgie bērni un pilngadīgas personas par valsts budžeta līdzekļiem saņem sociālās rehabilitācijas pakalpojumus (turpmāk - pakalpojumi), lai panāktu šo personu atteikšanos no psihoaktīvo vielu lietošanas, tādējādi uzlabojot viņu fizisko un garīgo veselību un veicinot atgriešanos pilnvērtīgā dzīvē.

These are the procedures for state funded social rehabilitation of children and adults with addiction to alcoholic beverages, narcotic, toxic or other intoxicating substances, to achieve abstinence from these psychoactive substances, thus improving their physical and mental well being and stimulating their return to proper functioning.


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