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National Mental Health Policy

Indonesia Department of Health and Social Welfare Country Resources Mental Health Policies, Mental Health Strategies and Plans Indonesia March 2001 Policy document development, human resources, mental health service, substance use

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The direction of Health Development Policy in the five years forward had been formulated in the Law No.25 / 2000 regarding to the National Development Program for 2000-2004, which is based on Broad Outlines of the National Policy for 1999-2004 that had been determined by the People Consultative Assembly TAP MPR No.IV/ MPR / 1999.

The policies are :
1. To enhance the quality of human and environment resources which support each other based on the healthy paradigm approach, by setting the priority on health promotion, prevention, medical care, and rehabilitation, starting from the period of reproduction until elderly;
2. To promote and to maintain the quality of the institution and health services through the empowerment of human resources continuously, and providing infrastructure and facilities for medical care, including the availability of medicine that accessible by the community;
3. To promote the quality of the population through controlling the birth, alleviating the mortality rate, and enhancing the quality of Family Planning Program;
4. To combat the drug abuse and trafficking systematically, including hazardous substance, by implementing the strongest sanction to drug producers, dealers and abusers.

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National Mental Health Policy
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