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ACT Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Strategy 2010-2014

Australia ACT Government, Health Directorate Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Australian Capital Territory 31 December 2010 Policy document alcohol, prevention, substance use

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Aim of the Strategy
The ACT Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Strategy 2010-2014 aims to:
- Improve the health and social well-being of individuals, consumers, families and carers, and the community in the ACT
- Minimise the harm in our community from alcohol, tobacco and other drugs while recognising the individual needs of all citizens in the ACT
- Develop evidence-based policies and initiatives to ensure that issues associated with harmful alcohol, tobacco and other drug use are addressed in an effective way, and
- Implement the Strategy Action Plan in a manner that respects, protects and promotes human rights.

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