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El Plan Nacional para la Atención y Tratamiento de las Adicciones en Venezuela 2012-2019 (National Plan for the Care and Treatment of Addictions in Venezuela 2012-2019

Sistema Público Nacional para la Atención y Tratamiento de las Adicciones Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Venezuela 2012 Policy document plan, substance use

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La problemática de las adicciones es una realidad tan compleja que afecta directa o indirectamente a toda la población y, cada vez más, forma parte de la realidad cotidiana de los venezolanos y venezolana. El Plan Nacional para la Atención y Tratamiento de las Adicciones en Venezuela 2012-2019 (PNTA) promueve la creación de una red interinstitucional para el abordaje de las diferentes áreas programáticas y operacionales, a partir de la definición de líneas políticas, estrategias, objetivos, actividades y sus indicadores de gestión e impacto, que garanticen los servicios dirigidos a los diferentes grupos de población en todo el país.

The problem of addiction is so complex that it affects directly or indirectly the entire population and increasingly, is part of the daily reality of Venezuelans. The National Plan for the Care and Treatment of Addictions in Venezuela 2012-2019 (PNTA) promotes the creation of an inter-agency network to address different programmatic and operational areas, defining the political lines, strategies, objectives, activities and their performance indicators and impact, and ensuring quality services to different groups and the population throughout the country.

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