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

Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness Country Resources Evaluation of Policy, Law, Strategies, Plans, and Services Nova Scotia 31 December 2012 Report mental health service, prevention, strategy

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The province has launched Nova Scotia’s first-ever mental health and addictions strategy, Together We Can. The strategy put the province’s commitment to improving mental health and addictions care for Nova Scotians into action. This report shares information on the first year of the implementation of the plan and outlines the work for the years ahead.

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