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More cash for drink and drug aid

More money has been made available to help young people in Guernsey with drink or drug problems.

An extra £50,000 has been allocated by the States to the island's drug and alcohol strategy.

The money will pay for new services, including a junior alcohol worker and a young people's treatment service.

The extra funding brings the total budget for next year to £655,000 to help people suffering from drug or alcohol addictions.



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