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The Action Plan for Mental Health in New Brunswick 2011-18

Government of New Brunswick Department of Health Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans New Brunswick 31 December 2011 Guidelines 978-1-55471-397-4 early intervention, education, mental health system

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This plan establishes a vision of New Brunswick’s desired
mental-health-care system, followed by strategic
goals and a specific action plan to achieve these
goals. They include an emphasis on mental-health
promotion, change in service delivery of all sectors,
early identification of mental illness and effective
intervention, and a shift in the attitudes and values of


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