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정신질환 인식개선사업 계획(안) (Plan for Project on Improving Mental Illness Awareness)

Ministry of Health and Welfare, Government of the Republic of Korea Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans Republic of Korea 13 April 2006 Policy document education, stigma

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본 사업계획안은 다음을 목적으로 한다:
1) 정신질환에 대한 국민들의 편견해소 및 인식개선으로 정신질환자의 재활의욕고취 및 사회복귀 기반조성;
2) 일반국민에 대하여 정신질환의 폐해에 대한 교육 및 홍보를 통해 정신건강의 필요성 인식;
3) 정신질환으로 인한 사회 경제적인 손실을 경감하고, 법적 및 제도적 환경개선에 기여.

This plan outlines plans to:
1) Reduce stigma and improve awareness of mental illness among the general population, thereby motivating persons with mental illness to rehabilitate and forming a basis for them to return to society;
2) increase awareness of the importance of mental health among the general population through education and public relations efforts on harmful effects of mental illness; and
3) minimize socioeconomic losses due to mental illness and contribute to the improvement of legal and institutional settings.

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