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Ministry of Health Mental Health Regulations 2013

Cook Islands Executive Council Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides Cook Islands 2 October 2013 Legislation/regulation inpatient, involuntary admission, mental health treatment

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This document regulates a number of issues regarding mental health in the Cook Islands. It ensures that persons with a mental disorder receive the best possible care, support, treatment and protection. It assists and encourages the development of services to reduce the incidence and impact of mental illness, supports families and communities, whilst promoting and facilitating research into issues of mental health.


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