Letter of Coalition Support for SBIRT to Senate Study Committee (SR 487)

This letter expresses support for the policy recommendations included in the Preventing Youth Substance Use Disorders policy paper released by Georgians for a Healthy Future and the Georgia Council on Substance Abuse in 2015. It was delivered to the Senate Study Committee on Preventing Youth Substance Use Disorders in November 2015.

This letter expresses support for the policy recommendations included in the Preventing Youth Substance Use Disorders policy paper released by Georgians for a Healthy Future and the Georgia Council on Substance Abuse in 2015. It was delivered to the Senate Study Committee on Preventing Youth Substance Use Disorders in November 2015.

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