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Youth Forensic Services Development

New Zealand Parliament Ministry of Health New Zealand Country Resources Child and Youth Mental Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Mental Health Service Standards New Zealand 1 December 2011 Policy document child and adolescent mental health

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This document provides guidance on improving the range, quality and national consistency of the youth forensic services that are available. It is intended for those who have responsibility for planning, funding and providing youth forensic services including District Health Boards (DHBs), non-governmental organisations and the Ministry of Health.

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