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Oklahoma State Youth Suicide Prevention Plan

Oklahoma State Department of Health, Government of Oklahoma; United States Country Resources Suicide Prevention Oklahoma Policy document child and adolescent mental health, plan, prevention

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The Oklahoma Youth Suicide Prevention State Plan works to address the problem that more teenagers and young adults die from suicide than from cancer, heart disease, AIDS, birth defects, stroke, pneumonia and influenza, and chronic lung disease combined.

The plan introduces multi-level strategies that communities can customize based on available resources and experience. At the base of this plan is the development of community infrastructure and resources for youth. Community infrastructure refers to the resources (financial, organizational, social) and the coordination of these resources that a community uses to help it address the needs of its citizens.


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