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ACT Mental Health Services Plan 2009-2014

Australia ACT Government, Health Directorate Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans Australian Capital Territory 31 December 2009 Policy document mental health service

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The ultimate purpose of the Mental Health Services Plan (MHSP) is its contribution to achieving the best outcomes for mental health service consumers. To this end, the ACT mental health services system of the future will be focussed on the consumer and developed on three foundation pillars that will ensure that the ACT will be the leading jurisdiction in Australia for the delivery of consumer centred services.


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