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Plan de alcoholism y drogodependencias 2006-2010 (Plan for alcoholism and drug abuse 2006-2010)

Castilla-La Mancha Health Regional Government Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Castilla-La Mancha 31 December 2006 Policy document alcohol, mental health promotion, prevention, Social Inclusion

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Regional plan that aims to improve the health service to drug users and their families, as well as prevent and sensitize about the risk of drug abuse. The plan is structured in 4 intervention areas, 12 goals and 29 action strategies. The intervention areas are prevention, assistance and inclusion, social participation and education and research.

Plan regional que pretende mejorar la atención sanitaria y la calidad de vida de los afectados y sus familias, y la prevención y sensibilización social hacia los riesgos para la salud asociados al consume y abuso del alcohol y las drogas. El plan se estructura en 4 áreas de intervención, 12 objetivos y 29 líneas de actuación. Las áreas de intervención son prevención, asistencia e incorporación, participación social, formación e investigación.


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