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Victorian Mental Health Reform Strategy 2009-2019: Implementation Plan 2009-2011

Victorian Government (Australia) Mental Health and Drugs Division, Department of Human Services Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans Australia, Victoria 31 December 2009 Policy document

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A plan for the implementation of the Victorian Mental Health Reform Strategy. Action to be taken 2009-2011. The strategy implementation plan sets out the next steps that will be taken to progress the Victorian Government’s mental health reform agenda.
It identifies what we want to achieve and the specific actions that will be undertaken in each of the eight reform areas that make up the overall strategy. It also identifies which government department has the lead responsibility for each action and, where relevant,
specific delivery time frames. The actions identified in this plan will impact, to varying degrees, on mental health services, non-government organizations, justice, education and other health and community services agencies involved in the provision of services to people experiencing, or at risk of, mental health problems in Victoria. The plan provides consumers, carers and service providers with a clear understanding of the concrete action they can expect to see occur over the next two years. The plan reflects the fact that some aspects of the reform agenda are well defined and ready to implement widely; others require further planning, consultation and testing.


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