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Western Australian Suicide Prevention Strategy 2009-2013

Australia Department of Health, Government of Western Australia Country Resources Suicide Prevention Western Australia 31 December 2009 Policy document education, mental health promotion, prevention

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A strategy for suicide prevention in the state of Western Australia with particular focus on the following;

- Improving community strength, resilience and capacity in suicide prevention
- Taking a coordinated approach to suicide prevention
-Providing targeted suicide prevention activities
-Implementing standards and quality in suicide prevention

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