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Nunavut Suicide Prevention Strategy

Government of Nunavut Country Resources Suicide Prevention Nunavut 31 December 2010 Policy document education, mental health promotion, prevention

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Nunavut Suicide Prevention Strategy was developed using the vision for a healthier Nunavut – the vision that guided development of this entire Strategy. It then examines the current situation, and the historical and present-day factors that underlie and perpetuate it. This information forms the background for discussion of the Strategy’s approach and core components, the challenges to be overcome, and the concrete commitments undertaken by the Partners.

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