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South Australian Suicide Prevention Strategy: 2012-2016 - Every life is worth living

Department for Health and Ageing, Office of the Chief Psychiatrist and Policy; Government of South Australia Country Resources Suicide Prevention South Australia 0 0000 Guidelines 978-1-74243-350-9 depression, prevention, severe mental illness

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The South Australian Suicide Prevention Strategy has resulted from wide consultation throughout South Australia and describes, a whole of community, whole of government approach to suicide prevention that maximises the capacity of health and community services, families and communities to work together to prevent suicide.

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