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Healthy Minds, Healthy People: A Ten-Year Plan to Address Mental Health and Substance Use in British Columbia

Ministry of Health Services & Ministry of Children and Family Development Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans British Columbia 1 November 2010 Guidelines 978-0-7726-6359-7 alcohol, mental health system, substance use

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This plan establishes a decade-long vision for collaborative and integrated action on mental
health and psychoactive substance use in British Columbia. The plan aims not only to assist
individuals with the most severe challenges, but also to address the needs of all British
Columbians and, whenever possible, prevent problems before they start.

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