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Addiction and Prevention

Addiction is a socio-psycho-somatic disease that, according to experience, influences nearly all bodily, social and psychological aspects of a person. Addictions develop slowly and are often the result of long periods of abuse. Addictions develop secretly, are concealed and denied, and often lead to being stigmatised. For this reason access to assistive services should have a low threshold and be unconditional.