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Better Times – Contributing to the mental health of children & young people

New Zealand Parliament Ministry of Health, New Zealand Country Resources Child and Youth Mental Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards New Zealand 1 June 1999 Policy document child and adolescent mental health

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This document aims to assist anyone working with children and young people to contribute to promoting their mental health. This includes helping early childhood workers, teachers, social workers and others to recognise and support children with mild and moderate mental health problems and to make appropriate referrals to specialists when necessary.


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