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Plan Nacional de Salud Mental (National Plan for Mental Health)

Ministry of Health; Republic of Peru Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans Peru 30 July 2005 Policy document mental health care, psychosocial, strategy

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El Plan Nacional de Salud Mental fue publicado en julio de 2005 por el Comité Nacional de Salud Mental de Perú. El documento tiene los siguientes objetivos:
1. Posicionar la salud mental como un derecho fundamental de la persona
2. Fortalecer el rol rector del Ministerio de Salud en salud mental a nivel nacional, regional y local
3. Asegurar el acceso universal a la atención integral en salud mental
4. Promove la equidad en la atención de salud mental

The National Mental Health Plan was published in July 2005 by the National Mental Health Committee of Peru. The document has the following aims:
1. To determine that mental health is a fundamental human right
2. To strengthen the governing role of the Ministry of Health in the field of mental health on a national, regional and local level
3. To assure universal access to comprehensive mental health care
4. To promote equity in mental health care


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