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National Suicide Prevention Strategy, 2009

Government of the United States of America Suicide Prevention Workgroup Country Resources Suicide Prevention United States 31 December 2009 Guidelines mental health promotion, prevention, severe mental illness

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The National Strategy for Suicide Prevention contains 11 goals and 68 objectives. While the strength of the National Strategy lies in the comprehensiveness of these recommendations, the scope and magnitude of the plan makes assessment of progress towards implementing the National Strategy more complex.

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