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The National Anti-Drug Strategy 2009-2013

The Government of Cayman Islands Country Resources Cayman Islands 1 January 2009 Policy document strategy

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The National Anti-Drug Strategy is the blueprint for the Cayman Islands’ response to
the misuse and abuse of both illicit and legal drugs, including alcohol, tobacco and
prescription drugs.
The vision of a society free from drug misuse and abuse.
The mission to reduce drug abuse.

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