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Mental Health Services in Norway: Prevention, Treatment, Care

Norwegian Ministry of Health and Care Services Country Resources Mental Health Policies Norway 31 January 2005 Report mental health service

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In 1998, the Norwegian Parliament introduced a national mental health programme, calling for a major increase in the funding of mental health related services, as well as a major reorganisation
of these services. Implementation of the programme took place between 1999 and 2008.

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