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Government of South Australia Country Resources Child and Youth Mental Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Mental Health Service Standards South Australia 1 May 2012 Guidelines child and adolescent mental health

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The purpose of this document is to concisely describe a youth mental health system of care for South Australia (SA).
This description provides a consistent, practical and authoritative reference for the implementation of South Australia’s youth mental health system.

It is also intended to provide guidance for the SA Department of Health and Ageing when considering program resourcing, evaluation and accountability arrangements.


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