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Ontario's Comprehensive Mental Health and Addictions Strategy

Government of Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans Ontario 30 June 2011 Policy document

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Our long-term, comprehensive strategy reinforces our efforts on The Poverty Reduction Strategy, Early Learning Strategy and the Long-Term Affordable Housing Strategy with four guiding goals:

Improve mental health and well-being for all Ontarians;
Create healthy, resilient, inclusive communities;
Identify mental health and addictions problems early and intervene;
Provide timely, high quality, integrated, person-directed health and other human services.


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