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[Scottish Government] The Scottish Drugs Strategy Delivery Commission's first report on the Scottish Government’s progress in the delivery of the national drugs strategy, the Road to Recovery. (20 Oct 2011)

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Scottish Goverment. [Scottish Government] (2018) Guidance on the implementation of minimum pricing for alcohol. For sellers of alcohol and enforcement authorities in Scotland. Edinburgh: Scottish Government. 28 p.

Warren, Fran [Scottish Government] . (2016) ‘What works’ in drug education and prevention? Edinburgh: Scottish Government. 44 p.

Scottish Goverment. [Scottish Government] (2014) The quality principles: standard expectations of care and support in drug and alcohol services. Edinburgh: Scottish Government. 26 p.

Fraser, Fiona [Scottish Government] . (2014) New psychoactive substances – evidence review. Edinburgh: Scottish Government Social Research. 27 p.

Scottish Government Social Research Group. [Scottish Government] (2012) Scottish Government social researchers’ method guides. Edinburgh: Scottish Government.

Scottish Executive. Substance Misuse Division. Effective Interventions Unit. [Scottish Government] (2004) Needs assessment: a practical guide to assessing local needs for services for drug users. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive. 50 p.

Scottish Executive. Substance Misuse Division. Effective Interventions Unit. [Scottish Government] (2004) Young people with, or at risk of developing, problematic substance misuse: a guide to assessment. Edinburgh: Stationery Office. 79 p.

Scottish Executive. Substance Misuse Division. Effective Interventions Unit, Partnership Drugs Initiative, Lloyds TSB Foundation for Scotland. [Scottish Government] (2003) Services for young people with problematic drug misuse: a guide to principles and practice. Edinburgh: Substance Misuse Division, Scottish Executive. 53 p.

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