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Estrategia Sanitaria Nacional de Salud Mental y Cultura de Paz (National Health Strategy for Mental Health and Culture of Peace)

Ministry of Health; Republic of Peru Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Peru 31 August 2005 Policy document mental health service, prevention, strategy

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The General Plan of the National Health Strategy for Mental Health has four main objectives:

• Strengthening the oversight role of the MOH.
• Integration of mental health into comprehensive health care .
• Promotion of measures for the promotion and prevention of mental health promoting
participation and inter-sectoral cooperation.
• Reorientation of mental health services by ensuring access to care and
prioritizing community intervention.


El Plan General de la Estrategia Sanitaria Nacional de Salud Mental tiene cuatro objetivos principales:

• El fortalecimiento de la función de supervisión del Ministerio de Salud.
• La integración de la salud mental en la atención integral de salud.
• Promoción de medidas para la promoción y prevención de la salud mental, la promoción de la participación y la cooperación intersectorial.
• Reorientación de los servicios de salud mental, garantizando el acceso a la atención y
priorizando la intervención comunitaria.

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