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Statewide Comprehensive Plan 2014-2018

New York State Office of Mental Health Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans New York 2014 Guidelines

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The Statewide Comprehensive Plan for Mental Health Services is a five-year plan for the provision of state and local mental health services. The Plan is updated annually for the next five years to be responsive to changing needs and developments.

Specific areas included within the Statewide Comprehensive Plan include an introduction to the State and Local planning process; the Office of Mental Health transformation plan; the integration of behavioral and physical health care; and promoting population health and delivery system reform.


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