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National Mental Health Policy

Australian Health Ministers Country Resources Mental Health Policies Australia April 1992 Policy document mental health service, mental health system, prevention

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The National mental health policy is a joint statement by the Health Ministers of the Commonwealth, States and Territories of Australia which is intended to set a clear direction for the future development of mental health services within Australia. As such, it aims to ensure that appropriate services are readily accessible to all Australians with mental health problems or mental disorders.

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