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The Roadmap for National Mental Health Reform 2012–2022

Council of Australian Governments; Australia Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans Australia 7 December 2012 Policy document mental health service, prevention, Social Inclusion

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This Roadmap outlines the direction governments will take over the next 10 years. Over recent years many governments have significantly increased their expenditure on mental health. Implementation of this Roadmap by jurisdictions will ensure this money is well spent and delivers better models of care and support for people with mental illness, thereby creating more cost-effective and sustainable interventions. It is about better targeting the existing funds where they are needed and to the right models of care.

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