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VI Plan De Adicciones De La Comunidad Autónoma De Euskadi 2011-2015 (VI Plan of Addictions Of Basque Country 2011- 2015)

País Vasco Government Gobierno Vasco Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Pais Vasco 31 December 2012 Policy document employment, social services, substance use

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The recent VI Plan of addictions brings some new features with respect to their predecessors: incorporation of addiction without relevant substances, enhancing the prevention and reduction of risks and threats aimed at particularly vulnerable population or adjunct treatments and social intervention with new procedures for affected people. With respect to methodology, is defined as a transversal and comprehensive Plan.

El reciente VI Plan de adicciones de la CAPV 2011/2015 aporta algunas novedades respecto de sus antecesores: incorporación de las adicciones sin sustancia relevantes, potenciación de la prevención y la reducción de riesgos y daños dirigidos a personas especialmente vulnerables o el complemento de los tratamientos y la intervención social de las personas afectadas con nuevos procedimientos. En lo que respecta a la metodología, se define como un Plan transversal e integrador.


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