|Description||Drug demand reduction, substance abuse awareness and research, public education and information, community and school prevention, treatment and rehabilitation, employee assistance, supply and control monitoring, illicit traffic legislation, Trinidad and Tobago, Caribbean (NADAPP)(DRUGTEL)|
|Keywords||national, alcohol, drug, abuse, prevention, programme, drug demand reduction, substance abuse, illicit traffic, public education and information, research, legislation, employee assistance, community prevention, school prevention, treatment, rehabilitation, supply, control, trinidad, tobago, caribbean|
The World Health Organisation (WHO) advises that as far as drug-related problems are concerned, the goal of prevention is to ensure abstention. When people abstain from using drugs they are not at risk of harming themselves or others.
The use of programmes as a preventative measure is to ensure that all cross sections of society are exposed to information relating to drug use and abuse and are presented with healthy life choices.
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