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Plan de Trastornos Adictivos de Galicia 2011-2016 (Plan for Addictive Disorders of Galicia 2011-2016)

Galician Ministry of Health Xunta de Galicia. Consellería de Sanidade. Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Galicia 31 December 2013 Policy document alcohol, mental health care, mental health service, substance use

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Strategic document that aims to foster, protect and contribute to improve Galician population´s health, guaranteeing equity in access to health services, reduction of prevalence of drug consumption, mortality and social problems related with the drug abuse and dependency and other social and behavioral addictions. El plan consists in 10 general objectives, 82 specific objectives and more than 100 concrete actions.

Documento estratégico que tiene como misión fomentar, proteger y contribuir a la mejora de la salud de la población gallega, garantizando la equidad en las prestaciones sanitarias, en la consecución de la reducción de la prevalencia del consumo de las diferentes drogas y la mortalidad, morbilidad y los problemas sociales relacionados con el abuso y dependencia de las drogas y otras adicciones sociales y comportamentales. El plan consta, en su articulación, con la formulación de 10 objetivos generales, 82 objetivos específicos y más de 100 actuaciones claves concretas.

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