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El Plan Regional de Murcia sobre Drogras y Otras Adicciones 2012-2020 (The Regional Plan of Murcia about Drugs and Other Addictions 2012-2020)

Consejo de Salud de la Región de Murcia Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Murcia 2012 Policy document plan, substance use

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Integración de las iniciativas que surjan desde los distintos sectores de las administraciones públicas y entidades privadas en el campo de las drogodependencias. - Participación activa, propiciando la implicación de los distintos sectores de la comunidad en la transformación de los factores que propician el consumo de drogas. - Coordinación de las actuaciones que posibilite la articulación territorial y cronológica de las mismas. - Flexibilidad de modo que, tanto en su elaboración, como en su ampliación, se ajuste a las necesidades de cada momento. PREVENCIÓN, las directrices que deben estar presentes a la hora de actuar serán: Facilitar la adopción de medidas políticas, programas y actuaciones con base en la evidencia científica. Mantener la estrategia comunitaria de intervención y la normalización de las acciones mediante el fortalecimiento de las distintas redes existentes (sanitaria, local, educativa, etc.)

The Regional Plan of Murcia concerning Drugs and Other Addictions Regional includes 1) Integration of initiatives arising from the various sectors of the public and private administrations in the field of the drug addiction. 2) Active participation, encouraging the involvement of all sectors of the community in the transformation of the factors favouring the consumption of drugs. 3) Coordination of activities within Murcia 4) Flexibility so that, both in its preparation and expansion, the government can adjust to respond to the needs of the moment. 5) Prevention to facilitate the adoption of policy measures, programmes and actions based on the scientific evidence and keep the community strategy of intervention and the normalization of the actions through the strengthening of the various existing networks (health, educational, etc.).

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