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Rising to the Challenge: A strategic plan for the mental health and well-being of Manitobans

Manitoba Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans Manitoba June 2011 Policy document mental health promotion, mental health service, Social Inclusion

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The strategic plan is the result of consultation and discussion with a cross-section of groups,
including individuals with lived experience of mental health problems and illnesses, families and
natural supports, mental health clinicians, policy makers, other government departments and
community partners. The intent during development of the plan was to make it reflective of
the shared knowledge, experience and hopes of Manitobans. Through the implementation of this strategic plan over the next five years, we all have a continued opportunity to pool our knowledge, experience and resources to work together to help Manitobans flourish

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