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Stronger Together: Canadian Standards for Community-based Youth Substance Abuse Prevention

Government of Canada; Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA) Country Resources Child and Youth Substance Abuse/Alcohol policies/plans/legislations and service standards Canada 1 January 2010 Guidelines community services, prevention

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This document was “developed to help advance youth-oriented drug prevention programs in Canada. When communities approach the prevention of substance abuse as a “whole community” responsibility – that is, through coordinated efforts in a number of settings – they are more likely to be effective.”


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