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Tasmania Drug Strategy 2005-2009

Australia Inter Agency Working Group on Drugs, Tasmania Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Tasmania 31 December 2005 Policy document community, community services, strategy, substance use

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The purpose of the new Tasmanian Drug Strategy is to guide whole-of-government and community activities to reduce the harm associated with the use of licit and illicit drugs in Tasmania. It provides a basis for the development of integrated and coordinated strategies using a whole-of-government and community approach

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