2012 National Drug Control Strategy

Provides a blueprint for policies aimed at reducing illicit drug use and its harmful consequences in America. Includes seven recommendations: 1) strengthen efforts undertaken by federal agencies in partnership with State, local, tribal, and international counterparts to prevent illicit drug use in our communities; 2) intervene early in the health care system; 3) strengthen drug treatment services and support the millions of Americans in recovery; 4) break the cycle of drug use, crime, and incarceration; 5) disrupt domestic drug production and trafficking; 6) strengthen international partnerships; and 7) improve drug-related information systems.

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