The National Drug Strategy: Australia's integrated framework 2004-2009
Published by the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing for National Drug Strategy
The National Drug Strategy 2004-2009 is a policy framework that provides a coordinated, integrated approach to prevent and reduce the harms caused by drugs in the Australian community. It is the responsibility of the Ministerial Council on Drugs Strategy, which is the peak policy and decision making body on licit and illicit drugs.
The National Drug Strategy: Australia's Integrated Framework 2004-2009 (PDF 311 KB)
This strategy has now expired and has been replaced by the National Drug Strategy 2010-2015 that was endorsed by the Ministerial Council on Drugs on 25 February 2011.
Page currency, Latest update: 28 June, 2004
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