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No Health Without Mental Health: Implementation Framework

UK Department of Health Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans England and Wales, United Kingdom 24 July 2012 Policy document mental health system, service standards

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Launched in 2011, “No health without mental health, a cross-government mental health outcomes strategy for people of all ages,” sets a clear and compelling vision for improving mental health and wellbeing in England. In this implementation framework, the vision of “No health without mental health” is embraced and taken to the next level through the transformation of ideals into concrete actions that can be taken by a wide range of local organisations to bring about real and measurable improvements in mental health and wellbeing for people across the country.

This framework is designed to influence the full range of organisations whose work has an impact on people’s mental health. It sets out what those organisations can do, and in some cases are already doing, to bring about change and help improve the nation’s mental health and general wellbeing.

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