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Creating connections: Alberta's Addiction and Mental Health Strategy

Government of Alberta Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Alberta 25 November 2012 Guidelines mental health promotion, mental health treatment, substance use

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The purpose of the Strategy is to transform the addiction and mental health system in Alberta. The ultimate goal is to reduce the prevalence of addiction, mental health problems and mental illness in Alberta through health promotion and prevention activities and to provide quality
assessment, treatment and support services to Albertans when they need them.

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Creating connections
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