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Plan Regional sobre Drogras 2007-2010 (Regional Plan about Drugs 2007-2010)

Consejería de Sanidad y Consumo, Dirección General de Atención al Ciudadano, Drogodependencias y Consumo,
Unidad de Coordinación de Drogodependencias Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Murcia 31 December 2007 Policy document mental health care, mental health service

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The new Regional Plan on Drugs is in tune with the guidelines of the National Drug Strategy. The Plan focuses on prevention, and therefore it reinforces especially universal and selective actions to support families , support faculty and editing materials, training and education , collaboration with youth organizations , including vulnerable populations (immigrants and inmates) and, above all , technical support for the preparation of Local Plans for Drug Addiction Prevention as an essential pillar for prevention in Murcia . At the same time , measures to improve integration of the Mental Health Network and to minimize damage in drug users will be intensified as well as strengthen the social and labor integration of drug users, considered mentally ill.

El nuevo Plan Regional sobre Drogas está en clara sintonía con las directrices de la Estrategia Nacional sobre Drogas. El Plan centra los mayores esfuerzos en la prevención, y por esta razón se refuerzan de manera especial las acciones (universales y selectivas) de apoyo a las familias, el soporte (de reciclado del profesorado y de edición de materiales) a la tarea de formación en los centros educativos, la colaboración con las organizaciones juveniles, la inclusión de colectivos deficitarios (inmigración y penitenciario, entre otros) y, sobre todo, el apoyo técnico para la elaboración de los Planes Locales de Prevención de Drogodependencias como pilar imprescindible para el despliegue de la prevención en la Región. Al mismo tiempo, se intensifican las medidas destinadas a mejorar la integración de la asistencia en la Red normalizada de Salud Mental, a disminuir el daño en las personas consumidoras y a potenciar la integración social y laboral de los consumidores, considerados como enfermos mentales.

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