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Strategic Directions 2009-2012. Priority Action Area: Targeting Smoking, Alcohol and Substance Abuse

Australia Department of Health, Northern Territory Government Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Northern Territory 31 December 2009 Policy document alcohol, prevention, substance use

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The strategic directions for the Alcohol and Other Drugs Program of the Department of Health in the Northern Territory


Key focus areas
• Developing and delivering targeted health promotion and educational strategies and messages
• Assisting in the development and implementation of effective legislation and policy, including having a legislative and clinical responsibility under the Volatile Substance Abuse Prevention Act, Tobacco Control Act and the Poisons and Dangerous Drugs Act
• Offering a range of treatment and rehabilitation services, acute and primary health care and family support and child protection services

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