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California State Plan on Aging: 2009 - 2013

Government of California The California Department of Aging Country Resources Older Persons Mental Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Mental Health Strategies and Plans California 31 December 2009 Guidelines autonomy, dementia, residential care

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The California Department of Aging has prepared the California State Plan on
Aging – 2009-2013 to promote the independence and well-being of older
adults, adults with disabilities, and their families.

Enable older Californians, adults with disabilities, and their
caregivers to be healthy.

A. Promote wellness through public outreach and evidence-based

B. Promote prevention, early intervention, and treatment of mental health
and substance abuse issues.


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