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South Australian Alcohol and Other drug strategy 2017-2021

Government of South Australia Country Resources South Australia November 2016 Policy document alcohol, drugs legislation

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The strategy aims to reduce the harms caused by alcohol and
other drug problems to the South Australian
community.
The Strategy aims to achieve this through
five objectives:
1. Reduce alcohol-related harm.
2. Reduce the impact of alcohol and other drug
problems on children, young people and
families.
3. Reduce the harms associated with the use of
illicit drugs and hazardous and harmful use of
pharmaceutical drugs.
4. Reduce the harms of alcohol and other drug
problems to Aboriginal people.
5. Improve access to evidence that informs practice.

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