The Indian government is working to make opioid addiction treatment more accessible to people and to improve the lives of people who struggle with addiction.
But it’s not just India.
Many other countries around the world have found success in this area.
The Times has put together a list of the best countries for people who are struggling with addiction to find support.
Mexico: Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto is trying to tackle the country’s opioid epidemic by targeting drug cartels.
He has signed into law an initiative to create an Office of National Drug Control Policy.
The plan aims to make drug-related violence a priority, and will target cartels through the creation of a National Commission on the Drug Trade, as well as by setting up a special unit to address the drug trade.
The Mexican president’s office said he plans to spend $2 billion to support drug-trafficking prevention and treatment.
The state of Michoacan, home to the Michoacán Cartel, is one of Mexico’s poorest regions.
Its residents have struggled with opioid abuse and addiction for decades.
Mexico has a relatively high death rate from overdoses.
But the Mexican government has been unable to curb the rising number of overdoses in the country, which has the highest number of opioid-related deaths in the world.
The country’s addiction crisis has led to the deaths of more than 50,000 people.
China: China has been tackling the opioid epidemic for years, and the government is now working on a plan to treat and treat patients.
The government is targeting drug users and dealers with methadone and buprenorphine, which can be given to addicts for a month.
These medications, which are more effective than opioids, can help people reduce the severity of their symptoms.
China is also planning to establish a new national drug strategy, to improve access to treatment and reduce deaths.
Canada: Canada has the world’s largest number of opiate addicts, with more than 16 million people, according to the World Health Organization.
The numbers have risen dramatically since the end of the Cold War, with about 11 million people estimated to be addicted to opioids in 2016.
The opioid epidemic is on the rise in Canada, which is also experiencing an increase in deaths.
The province of Ontario, home of Ontario’s largest city, has the largest number, with 6.5 million people addicted to the drugs.
Spain: Spain has the third highest number, behind the United States and the Netherlands, of opiates users in the European Union.
In Spain, about 1 in 3 people have used opiates, according a study published in The Lancet.
Some 2.5 percent of the population are estimated to have used opioids in the past year, the study said.
United States: The number of people addicted in the United Sates is growing, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The CDC reports that more than 2 million Americans have opioid-use disorders, which include drug addiction, and nearly 8 million are considered “high-risk” for opioid addiction.
The nation has more than 100,000 overdose deaths per year, with some 20,000 of those being fatal.
Germany: The federal government announced plans last year to introduce a pilot program to treat addicts.
The pilot will begin in the second quarter of 2019.
Germany has also introduced an “access to treatment” program to help people transition to treatment.
But in the meantime, the country is struggling with its opiate epidemic.
There have been more than 4,000 deaths from opiate overdoses in 2017, the highest figure since 2011.
The Federal Government is also struggling to deal with the growing number of addicts, and to curb drug abuse, especially among young people.
France: The French have the third-highest number of overdose deaths in Europe, according an estimate from the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control.
In 2017, 1,521 people died from opioid overdoses, compared to about 1,000 in the U.S. France has the most overdose deaths among European countries.
There are about 12,000 opioid-dependent people in France.
Japan: Japan has one of the highest numbers of opioid overdose deaths, with a rate of more then 6,500 per year.
The latest statistics show that the number of drug users has nearly doubled in the last decade.
Japan has the second-highest suicide rate among industrialized nations, and has the fourth-highest rate of opioid deaths.
Australia: The United States has the lowest rate of opioid deaths in Australia.
The United Kingdom has the next-highest, with nearly 9,500 deaths in 2017.
Australia has the biggest opioid problem in the developed world, with an estimated 50,800 deaths per 100,0000 people.
New Zealand: New Zealand has the best treatment system in the Western Hemisphere, according research from the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research.
New Zealander-run programs provide methadones,