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UNDANG-UNDANG REPUBLIK INDONESIA NOMOR 18 TAHUN 2014 TENTANG KESEHATAN JIWA (LAW OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA NUMBER 18 OF 2014 ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH)

President of the Republic of Indonesia Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides Indonesia 1 January 2014 Legislation/regulation health system, mental health care

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Upaya Kesehatan Jiwa bertujuan
a. menjamin setiap orang dapat mencapai kualitas hidup yang baik, menikmati kehidupan kejiwaan yang sehat, bebas dari ketakutan, tekanan, dan gangguan lain yang dapat mengganggu Kesehatan Jiwa;
b. menjamin setiap orang dapat mengembangkan berbagai potensi kecerdasan;
c. memberikan pelindungan dan menjamin pelayanan Kesehatan Jiwa bagi ODMK dan ODGJ berdasarkan hak asasi manusia;
d. memberikan pelayanan kesehatan secara terintegrasi, komprehensif, dan berkesinambungan melalui upaya promotif, preventif, kuratif, dan rehabilitatif bagi ODMK dan ODGJ;
e. menjamin ketersediaan dan keterjangkauan sumber daya dalam Upaya Kesehatan Jiwa;
f. meningkatkan mutu Upaya Kesehatan Jiwa sesuai dengan perkembangan ilmu pengetahuan dan teknologi;
dan
g. memberikan kesempatan kepada ODMK dan ODGJ untuk dapat memperoleh haknya sebagai Warga Negara Indonesia.

This law on Mental Health aims to
a. ensure everyone can achieve a good quality of life, enjoy healthy mental life, free from fear, stress, and other disorders that can interfere with Mental Health;
b. ensure every person can develop the potential of intelligence;
c. provide protection and ensure the Mental Health services for ODMK and ODGJ based on human rights;
d. provide health services in an integrated, comprehensive, and sustained through promotive, preventive, curative, and rehabilitative care for ODMK and ODGJ;
e. ensure the availability and affordability of Mental Health resource;
f. improve the quality of Mental Health in accordance with the development of science and technology;
and
g. provide the opportunity to ODMK and ODGJ to be able to acquire his or her rights as a citizen of Indonesia.

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