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Leitlinien und Ziele der Suchtprävention in Berlin (Guidelines and objectives of substance addiction prevention in Berlin)

Government of Berlin Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Berlin 1 August 2006 Guidelines alcohol, substance use

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Grundlage der Arbeit im Bereich der Suchtprävention sind die vom Berliner Senat verabschiedeten “Leitlinien für die Suchtprävention im Land Berlin”. Sie sind eine Orientierung für alle, die im Land Berlin für Suchtprävention verantwortlich sind oder in der Suchtprävention tätig sind. Die Suchtprävention in Berlin verfolgt gemäß den beschlossenen Leitlinien die folgenden Ziele:
bei Kindern: Abstinenz im Hinblick auf jegliche Suchtmittel.
bei Jugendlichen: Abstinenz von illegalen Drogen und die Entwicklung einer kritischen reflektierten Haltung gegenüber anderen Suchtmitteln.
bei Jugendlichen oder Erwachsenen mit bereits riskantem Suchtmittelkonsum: rechtzeitige Intervention, um die Verfestigung dieses Verhaltens zu verhindern, ihren Suchtmittelkonsum zu reduzieren und “Suchtkarrieren” rechtzeitig zu stoppen.

The "Guidelines and objectives of substance addiction prevention in Berlin" are the basis for all work concerning substance addiction prevention in Berlin. The shall serve as an orientation for everyone in the state of Berlin who works in or is responsible for substance addition prevention. According to these guidelines, the substance addiction prevention in Berlin has the following objectives:
for children: abstinence from all forms of addictive substances.
for adolescents: abstinence from illegal drugs and developing a critical and reflected attitude towards other addictive substances.
for adolescents and adults with who already display a risky consumption of addictive substances: timely intervention to prevent the manifestation of the consumption, reduce consumption of addictive substances and stop "drug careers" early on.

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