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Healthy, Safe and Well: A strategic health plan for children, young people and families 2014-24

Government of New South Wales Country Resources Child and Youth General Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Australia, New South Wales November 2014 Policy document

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Healthy, Safe and Well provides a comprehensive planning, service and policy roadmap for NSW Health from preconception to 24 years of age, addressing the health of women and their partners during pregnancy, babies, children, young people in the context of their families and communities.

The plan sets out an ambitious agenda for renewed efforts to promote health, prevent illness, embed early intervention and deliver integrated, connected care for all NSW children and families no matter where they live. Five key Strategic Directions are underpinned by a series of service, performance, policy and planning objectives and actions, with special attention for those in our community most at risk, vulnerable or with special health needs.

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