National Drugs Strategy 2009-16: Implementation of Actions Progress Report End 2012


The National Drugs Strategy 2009-16 is a cross cutting area of public policy and service delivery. It is based upon a co-ordinated approach across the full range of Government Departments and Agencies involved in delivering drugs policy. The overall objective of the Strategy is to tackle the harm caused to individuals, families and communities as a result of problem drug and alcohol use through the five pillars of supply reduction, prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and research.

2012 Annual Progress Report on the implementation of the actions of the National Drugs Strategy