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The Fifth National Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Plan (and accompanying implementation plan)

Government of Australia Country Resources Suicide Prevention Australia 2017 Policy document

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The release of the Fifth National Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Plan (the Fifth Plan) marks a significant point in the history of the National Mental Health Strategy which commenced in 1992. Over the next five years, the Fifth Plan will build on the achievements that have occurred in the first 25 years of national mental health reform.

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Suicide prevention plan
English, 428 kB pdf
Implementation plan
English, 428 kB pdf

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