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Valuing Young Lives- Evaluation of the National Youth Suicide Prevention Strategy

Australia Australian Institute of Family Studies Country Resources Suicide Prevention Australia 31 December 2000 Report child and adolescent mental health, development, policy, service evaluation

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Valuing Young Lives: Evaluation of the National Youth Suicide Prevention Strategy provides an overview of the Strategy, what the Strategy achieved and what was learned from the Strategy as a whole. The report includes administration, policy context, conceptual basis and a description of activities within each of the main approaches adopted by the Strategy. It presents the evaluation methodology and a summary of major achievements and good practice findings.

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