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El Programa de Acción Específico Salud Mental (PAE) 2013-2018 (The Specific Action Program for Mental Health 2013 -2018)

Ministerio de Salud Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans Mexico 2014 Policy document mental health care, mental health promotion

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El Programa de Acción Específico Salud Mental (PAE) 2013-2018 está sustentado en el Modelo Miguel Hidalgo de Atención en Salud Mental, y sirve de punto de partida para formular, ejecutar y en su caso consolidar la aplicación de dicho modelo en el país, como Plan Nacional de Salud Mental.Este Programa, es una herramienta que ayudará a la coordinación intersectorial en materia de salud mental, a la vez que favorecerá la organización de los servicios, a través del establecimiento de una red de base comunitaria. Se pone énfasis en la promoción de la salud mental y la prevención de los trastornos mentales como una estrategia efectiva para reducir la carga de estos trastornos, ya que una detección y atención temprana mejora la calidad de vida de las personas y reduce los costos de atención.

The Specific Action Program for Mental Health (PAE) 2013-2018 is supported by the Miguel Hidalgo Model of Mental Health Care, and serves as a starting point to formulate, implement and, where necessary, strengthen the implementation of the National Mental Health Plan in the country. This program is a tool that will help intersectoral coordination on mental health, as well as promote the organization of services, through the establishment of a community-based network. Emphasis is placed on the promotion of mental health and prevention of mental disorders as an effective strategy in reducing the burden of these disorders, since early detection and care improves the quality of life for people and reduces care costs.

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