Social and Political Issues: Illegal Drugs and Employee Assistance Programmes: Substance Abuse in Trinidad and Tobago: An Analysis

Dumas, J. R. P.
January 1995
In the Service of the Public: Articles & Speeches, 1963-1993, Wi;1995, p407
The author discusses the problem of substance abuse in Trinidad and Tobago since 1990. He cites the basic goals that the National Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Programme (NADAPP) sought to achieve with the United Nations Fund for Drug Abuse Control (UNFDAC) funding. He stresses the need for a coherent policy on drugs and drug abuse. Also noted is the acceptance of the Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) in the country.


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