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California Strategic Plan on Suicide Prevention: Every Californian is Part of the Solution

Governor's Office of the State of California, United States of America Country Resources Suicide Prevention California, United States 31 December 2008 Policy document education, mental health promotion, prevention

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A plan for strategies in suicide prevention in the state of California, USA

The Plan consists of four major parts:
Part I presents information about suicide’s impact and magnitude from different sources and different perspectives.

Part 2 describes successful and promising strategies, practices, and policies that have been used to prevent suicide.

Part 3 provides the Advisory Committee’s recommended actions to reduce suicide deaths and the incidence of suicidal behaviors in California. Many of the recommendations require a long-term effort, while others can be implemented more quickly.

Part 4 lists the next steps for local and state action.

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