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Tasmania's Suicide Prevention Strategy 2010-2014

Australia Statewide and Mental Health Service, Department of Health and Human Services, Tasmanian Government Country Resources Suicide Prevention Tasmania 31 December 2010 Policy document education, mental health promotion, prevention

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This Strategy has been developed to reduce the prevalence and impact of suicide in the Tasmanian community. It provides a cohesive direction for government and community alike to take action to reduce and respond to suicide in the Tasmanian community. Building a strong and resilient community requires involvement at all levels of government and across the whole community. This Strategy articulates a collaborative approach, an approach underpinned by the cross agency nature of the governance structure and the Tasmanian Government’s commitment to the benefit of collaboration.


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