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The Northern Ireland Suicide Prevention Strategy and Action Plan 2006-2011

Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety Country Resources Suicide Prevention Northern Ireland 31 October 2006 Policy document outreach, prevention, self harm

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This Strategy recognises that suicide is on the increase in Northern Ireland. It identifies that
the reduction of suicide and the tragic consequences for families is a priority for statutory,
community, and voluntary sectors alike. There are no easy answers but the Strategy indicates
that the only way to find solutions is to work together.


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