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NSW Suicide Prevention Strategy 2010-2015: A whole of government strategy promoting a whole of community approach

Australia Mental Health Drug and Alcohol Office, NSW Department of Health Country Resources Suicide Prevention New South Wales 31 December 2010 Policy document education, mental health promotion, prevention

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NSW state government's direction and intended outcomes for suicide prevention for the period 2010 - 2015.

The Strategy sets out six Strategic Directions which are based on the LIFE action areas:2
1. Improving the evidence base and understanding of suicide prevention
2. Building individual resilience and the capacity for self help
3. Improving community strength, resilience and capacity in suicide prevention
4. Taking a coordinated approach to suicide prevention
5. Providing targeted suicide prevention activities
6. Implementing standards and quality in suicide prevention


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