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Title: National Drug Control Strategy, FY 2011 Budget Summary
Corporate Author: Office of National Drug Control Policy
United States of America
Date Published: 2010
Page Count: 227
Sponsoring Agency: Drug Policy Information Clearinghouse
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Type: Report (Annual/Periodic)
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: The President's Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 National Drug Control Budget discusses its proposal for $15.5 billion to reduce drug use and its consequences in the United States.
Abstract: The Administration's national drug control policy aims to reduce Americans’ drug use and its related health, social, and criminal problems. The Administration is requesting $151.3 million in new funding across the Federal Government to strengthen efforts to detect, prevent, and treat illicit drug use in our communities while breaking the cycle of illicit drug use, crime, and incarceration. These resources are categorized around five major functions: (1) Substance Abuse Prevention, (2) Substance Abuse Treatment, (3) Domestic Law Enforcement, (4) Interdiction, and (5) International Support. To help meet this goal, the Administration has developed five demand reduction priority areas: create a national, community-based prevention system to protect adolescents ($22.6 million); train and engage primary healthcare to intervene in emerging cases of drug abuse ($7.2 million); expand and improve specialty addiction care for addiction ($44.9million); develop safe and efficient ways to manage drug-related offenders ($34.0 million); and to create a permanent drug monitoring system ($42.6 million). Individual agency budget summaries are provided in detail by agency. Tables, appendixes, and glossary
Main Term(s): Drug research
Index Term(s): Drug analysis; Drug Policy; Federal government; Policy analysis; Presidential materials; Program budgeting
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