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Política Nacional sobre Drogas e o Plano Integrado de Enfrentamento ao Crack e Outras Drogas “Crack, é possível vencer” (National Policy on Drugs and Integrated Plan to Combat Crack and Other Drugs "Crack can be combatted")

Brazil Country Resources Substance Abuse Policies, Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Brazil April 2012 Policy document mental health treatment, prevention, Social Inclusion, substance use

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- Estruturar, articular e ampliar as ações voltadas à prevenção do uso, tratamento e reinserção social de usuários de crack e outras drogas;
- Ampliar e fortalecer as redes de saúde e assistência social para usuários de crack e outras drogas;
- Capacitar atores governamentais e não governamentais envolvidos nas ações voltadas aos usuários de crack e outras drogas e ao enfrentamento do tráfico de drogas;
- Ampliar a participação comunitária nas políticas e fomentar a multiplicação de boas práticas;
- Disseminar informações qualificadas relativas ao crack e outras drogas;
- Fomentar o desenvolvimento das ações em nível municipal, por meio da destinação de recursos;
- Fortalecer ações de enfrentamento ao tráfico.

This document includes:
- Structure, and expand joint actions aimed at preventing the use, treatment and social reintegration of users of crack and other drugs;
- Expanding and strengthening the networks of health and social care for users of crack and other drugs;
- Empower governmental and nongovernmental actors involved in actions with users of crack and other drugs and coping with drug trafficking;
- Larger community participation in policy and encourage the multiplication of good practice;
- Disseminate quality information regarding crack and other drugs;
- Encourage the development of actions at the local level, through the allocation of resources;
- Strengthen actions to combat drug trafficking.

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