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Four Year Report on the Queensland Plan for Mental Health 2007-2017

Government of Queensland Country Resources Evaluation of Policy, Law, Strategies, Plans, and Services, Mental Health Strategies and Plans Queensland 1 October 2011 Report mental health system, service evaluation

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The Queensland Plan for Mental Health 2007–2017 outlines the Queensland Government’s vision to reform and improve mental health services over a 10-year period. The plan challenges the government, private sector and non-government organisations to work together to provide recovery-oriented, consumer-focused mental health services that:

• promote mental health and wellbeing
• prevent mental health problems and mental illness, where possible
• reduce the impact of mental illness on individuals, their families and the community
• promote recovery and build resilience
• enable people who live with a mental illness to participate meaningfully in society.

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