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Note politique relative à la santé mentale (Policy note on mental health)

Ministry of Social Affairs and Public Health (Kingdom of Belgium) Rudy Demotte Country Resources Mental Health Policies Belgium 29 May 2005 Policy document

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* This document applies to all regions in Belgium.

Document dédié aux priorités politiques concernant la santé mentale (FR).

Dit document wijdt aan de politieke prioriteiten voor de geestelijke gezondheidzorg. In deze nota worden de krijtlijnen uitgetekend waarbinnen de Minister van Sociale Zaken en
Volksgezondheid een beleid wenst te realiseren binnen de geestelijke gezondheidszorg, met
het accent in de eerste plaats op de uitbouw van zorgcircuits en netwerken via
therapeutische projecten.

This document is dedicated to political priorities for mental health. In this paper, outlines are drawn on how the Minister of Social Affairs and
Health wanted to create a policy within the mental health sector focusing primarily on the development of care circuits and networks through therapeutic projects.


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