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Programma sociālās aprūpes un sociālās rehabilitācijas pakalpojumu attīstībai personām ar garīga rakstura traucējumiem 2009–2013 gadam (Programme of improvement of social care and rehabilitation services for people with mental health issues 2009-2013)

Ministry of Welfare Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans Latvia 5 March 2009 Policy document mental health care, mental health service, mental health treatment

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Programma ir politikas plānošanas dokuments, kas izstrādāts 5 gadiem un nosaka rīcības virzienus, galvenos uzdevumus un sasniedzamos rezultātus sociālās aprūpes un sociālās rehabilitācijas pakalpojumu personu ar garīga rakstura traucējumiem attīstībai. Programmas mērķis un programmā ietvertie uzdevumi virzīti uz to, lai nodrošinātu personu ar garīga rakstura traucējumiem vajadzībām atbilstošu, efektīvu un kvalitatīvu sociālās aprūpes un sociālās rehabilitācijas pakalpojumu attīstību.

This program is a document of political planning that was developed for a period of 5 years, and sets the main directions, aims, objectives and attainable results in the development of social care and social rehabilitation for persons with mental health problems. The aim and objectives of this program are targeted at the development of social care and rehabilitation services for people with mental health problems, that would be effective, qualitative, and appropriate to their needs.

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