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A Call to Action: The Alberta Suicide Prevention Strategy

Alberta Mental Health Board Country Resources Suicide Prevention Alberta 31 December 2006 Policy document depression, plan, severe mental illness

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A CALL TO ACTION: The Alberta Suicide Prevention Strategy document was formally launched in September 2006 and is the result of the commitment of many Albertans, including family members/survivors, service providers, researchers, representatives from government ministries, non-government community agencies and others.
The purpose of the strategy is to reduce suicide, suicidal behaviour and the effects of suicide in Alberta over the next 10 years.


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