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Building Bridges: Improving Care in Custody for People Living with Mental Illness

Government of Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans Nova Scotia 29 May 2011 Policy document convicted, severe mental illness, Social Inclusion

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A plan which aism to building and strengthening bridges between the criminal justice and health care systems, so that all who work within them feel well supported.

Focusing on efforts on bridging people living with mental illness from
custody onto a path to recovery.


English, 1.3 MB pdf

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