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A National Framework for Recovery-Oriented Mental Health Services - Guide for Practitioners and Service Providers

Ministry of Health; Government of Australia Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans Australia 31 December 2013 Policy document mental health care, mental health service, mental health system, recovery

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This document is a guide for mental health practitioners and services to Australia’s
national framework for recovery-oriented mental health services. It provides definitions
for the concepts of recovery and lived experience. It describes the practice domains and
key capabilities necessary for the mental health workforce to function in accordance
with recovery-oriented principles. And it provides guidance on tailoring recovery-oriented
approaches to respond to the diversity of people with mental health issues, to people in
different life circumstances and at different ages and stages of life.

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