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Northern Territory Suicide Prevention Strategic Framework 2018-2023: Implementation Plan

Department of Health Country Resources Suicide Prevention Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides Australia, Northern Territory 3 April 2019 Guidelines

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This Implementation Plan supports the Northern Territory Suicide Prevention Strategic Framework. Given that suicide is an issue that affects all our community, we are all responsible for its prevention. All groups and agencies across our community need to come together, with a coordinated and collaborative approach, making the best use of shared skills and resources. That includes health services, education, industry, housing, business, the legal and justice systems, emergency services, community based organisations, volunteer and sporting groups, the media, private sector and any other interested party.

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