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II Plan Autonomico Sobre Drogodependencias y Otras Conductas Adictivas 2010-2011 (II Plan Autonomous About Drug Addiction and Other Addictive Behaviors 2010-2011)

Gobierno de Aragon; Government of Spain Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Aragon 31 December 2010 Policy document mental health service, prevention, substance use

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La reciente Estrategia Nacional sobre drogas 2009-2016 reconoce así, los cambios que se han producido en los perfiles del consumo, con un modelo de policonsumo cada vez más generalizado, el descenso en la edad de inicio y la relación, cada vez más estrecha, entre los consumos y los espacios y tiempos de ocio. También, la aparición de nuevas sustancias, el incremento de trastornos mentales asociados al consumo de sustancias psicoactivas o los nuevos contextos sociales y culturales relacionados con el impacto de la inmigración en España, han tenido su reflejo en el desarrollo del fenómeno de las drogodependencias en los últimos años.


The recent National Drug Strategy 2009-2016 acknowledges the changes that have occurred in the profiles of consumption, with a pattern of polydrug increasingly widespread, the decrease in age of onset and the relationship, increasingly narrow between consumption and leisure spaces and times. Also, the appearance of new substances, the increase in mental disorders associated with psychoactive substance use or new social and cultural contexts related to the impact of immigration in Spain, havebeen reflected in the growing phenomenon of drug addiction in recent years.

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