New Jersey Comprehensive Statewide Master Plan for Alcoholism, Tobacco, and Other Drug Abuse (Google eBook)

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DIANE Publishing, May 1, 1998 - 243 pages
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Abuse of alcohol, tobacco, & other drugs is of critical importance to the health of New Jersey's citizens & the economic stability of the state. This master plan systematically addresses the problem by setting priorities for science, social, & governmental commitment. It examines issues of addiction prevention & intervention, outlines program coordination & development priorities, focuses on planning & coordination of abuse of alcohol, tobacco, & other drugs abuse services among state departments & agencies, inventories current programs & their budgets, & explores ways to set measurable goals & evaluate the effect of current programs.
  

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