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Statewide Comprehensive Plan: 2011-2015

State of New York New York State Office of Mental Health Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans New York 31 December 2011 Guidelines plan, recovery, rehabilitation

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Description

The themes outlined and brought to life in these Plans—
recovery, resiliency, cultural competence,
evidence-based practice and trans-formation—
must continue to serve as the basis for
change. They incorporate hope and recovery,
respect and compassion, and support for
health and well-being.

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