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State Concept on Mental Health Care in Georgia/ფსიქიკური ჯანმრთელობის დაცვის სახელმწიფო კონცეფცია

Government of Georgia Country Resources Mental Health Policies Georgia 11 December 2013 Policy document mental health care, mental health resources

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Georgia recognizes the significance of mental health care and approves the State Concept on Mental Health Care for the first time. This document defines the state policy on mental health issues and represents a joint vision of the Government of Georgia and Civil Society for the development of this sphere over the nearest 10 years. The major goal of the document is to assist all stakeholders to contribute and achieve maximum results in the development and proper functioning of the mental health care system in accordance with their needs, capabilities and interests.

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