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The Bray Local Drugs Task Force was established in early 2000 to prepare a service development plan for Bray. The first report of the Bray Local Drugs Task Force is the result of a public consultation process, which involved liasing with local voluntary, community and statutory groups. This report is also the result of discussions with a number of treated and non-treated illicit drug users in the Bray area and their views have been taken into consideration in the preparation of this plan. This report and the implementation of the proposals will begin a process in Bray of addressing drug related issues. The Task Force hopes that very significant changes will be made in service delivery in terms of education and prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and supply control. However, it is just the first stage in the process of improving service delivery and meeting the needs of those addicted to drugs, their families and those at risk of substance misuse. This work will be on-going and longterm. The task force hopes that the mechanisms currently beoing put in place will, in the future, work towards assisting people to live drug-free lifestyles.


Item Type
Report
Publication Type
Irish-related, Report
Drug Type
All substances
Intervention Type
Drug therapy, Treatment method, Harm reduction, Rehabilitation/Recovery
Date
2001
Call No
ML4, VH4.2 Bray LDTF
Pages
106 p.
Publisher
Bray Local Drugs Task Force
Corporate Creators
Bray Local Drugs Task Force
Place of Publication
Bray
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB 582 (Available), HRB 2425 (Available)

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