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Working Group on Drugs Rehabilitation. (2007) National drugs strategy 2001-2008: rehabilitation. Report of the Working Group on Drugs Rehabilitation, May 2007. Dublin: Department of Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs.

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This document presents a comprehensive policy for drugs rehabilitation in Ireland. As part of the overall 'National drugs strategy 2001-2008', the report makes several key recommendations including an effective inter-agency approach, an expansion of the range of treatment options, building on the rehabilitative impact of Community Employment Schemes, as well as recommendations on wider issues (e.g. medical support, employment, education, housing, rehabilitation of offenders, childcare, families in the rehabilitation process and research). The report also proposes the setting up of a National Drug Rehabilitation Implementation Committee (NDRIC).


Date
2007
Call No
Ref. Irish Drugs Policy
Pages
56p.,
Publisher
Department of Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs
Corporate Creators
Working Group on Drugs Rehabilitation
Place of Publication
Dublin
Keywords
AOD public policy strategy, AODD rehabilitation, AODD treatment, detoxification, government agency, government expenditure, government policy, Ireland, national health care planning, rehabilitation
Notes
English and Irish text printed tête-bêche. Includes appendices.
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB 3698 (Available), HRB 3762 (Available)

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