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NICE guidance on community-based interventions to reduce substance misuse among vulnerable and disadvantaged children and young people. The guidance is for NHS and non-NHS practitioners and others who have a direct or indirect role in – and responsibility for – reducing substance misuse.
This includes those working in local authorities and the education, voluntary,
community, social care, youth and criminal justice sectors.


  • Publication date27 March 2007
  • ContributorNICE

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