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The National Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Strategy: 2015 Update reflects the consensus of a broad-based alliance of more than 30 not-for-profit health and safety organizations and professional associations. The updated document expands upon the proposals set forth in three prior versions, and recommends that more wide-ranging intervention and treatment policies be adopted nationwide to reduce prescription drug abuse and improve consumer access to high-quality health care.
CLAAD’s policy positions are established through a consensus process, in which at least 80 percent of the participants must represent not-for-profit organizations. This rule of governance ensures that the public interest drives CLAAD’s priorities, as opposed to the interests of individual stakeholders.
Download the 2009 National Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Strategy