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Office of National Drug Control Policy - 2010 National Strategy


2010 US National Strategy

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•Video Message from the Director
•About the Strategy
•Press Room
•Resources for Partners
•Resources for Parents
•Resources for Youth
•Supporting Agencies
•Stay Informed, Get Involved
•Archived Strategies

President Barack Obama meets with Director of National Drug Control Policy Gil Kerlikowske in the Oval Office, May 10, 2010. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)The 2010 National Drug Control Strategy was developed by ONDCP with input from Federal, State, and local partners. It provides a collaborative and balanced approach that emphasizes community-based prevention, integration of evidence-based treatment into the healthcare system, innovations in the criminal justice system, and international partnerships to disrupt drug trafficking organizations.

Because nearly all Americans are impacted by the consequences of drug use, the Strategy is designed to be relevant at the local level. Whether you are a parent looking for information, a community member interested in treatment resources, a police officer or local elected official searching for new approaches to drug-related crimes, or someone who wants to know more about the Administration's drug policy, the National Drug Control Strategy will serve as a useful resource.

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Office of National Drug Control Policy - 2010 National Strategy