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Connecting Care to Recovery 2016 - 2021

Queensland Government; Queensland Health Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans Queensland 2016 Policy document mental health service, recovery, substance use

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In October 2016, the Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services released Connecting care to recovery 2016-2021: A plan for Queensland's State-funded mental health, alcohol and other drug services.

Connecting care to recovery 2016-2021 builds on the vision of My health, Queensland's future: Advancing health 2026, through supporting the mental health, alcohol and other drug system to work better for individuals, their families and communities by strengthening collaboration and more effective integration. In this way, it aims that those with the most severe illness or problematic substance misuse are better connected to care and to recovery oriented services and their families and communities.

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