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Jeugd-GGZ: Investeren in de toekomst! (Youth Mental Health Care: Investing in the future!)

GGZ Nederland, The Government of the Netherlands Country Resources Child and Youth Mental Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Netherlands 1 January 2011 Policy document child and adolescent mental health, mental health promotion

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Dit document, in opdracht van de Rijksoverheid Nederland geschreven door GGZ Nederland, is bedoeld voor beleidsmakers en professionals binnen de jeugd-ggz. Zij kunnen het gebruiken als richtsnoer voor de komende jaren. Het plan is voortgekomen uit geluiden van de sector zelf, jeugdigen en hun ouders, jeugdzorgorganisaties, beroepsverenigingen, internationale ontwikkelingen en de politieke ontwikkelingen.

This document, commissioned by the Dutch Government and written by the GGZ Nederland, is intended for policy makers and professionals working in the youth mental health field. They can use it as a guideline for the coming years. The plan emerged under concerns from the sector, young people and their parents, youth organizations, professional associations, international developments and the political developments.


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