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California Strategic Plan on Reducing Mental Health Stigma and Discrimination

Government of California California Department of Mental Health Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans California 31 December 2009 Policy document discrimination, mental health service, stigma

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The strategic directions and recommended actions enclosed in this plan embrace the vision
of wellness and recovery as the cornerstone to eliminating stigma and discrimination. Raising
awareness, utilizing peer-to-peer efforts, and establishing state and local partnerships with the mental health community are starting points to help California achieve an environment that
embraces the importance of mental health as part of one’s overall well-being.


Based on Recommendations of the
Mental Health Stigma and Discrimination Reduction
Advisory Committee

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