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Together We Can: The plan to improve mental health and addictions care for Nova Scotians

Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Nova Scotia 31 December 2012 Policy document community services, health promotion, prevention

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This strategy is focused on health promotion, early intervention, closing gaps in the system, improved cultural and other competencies, peer and community supports, and reducing stigma through greater public awareness.

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