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Vlaams Actieplan Suicide Preventie 2012-2020 (Flemish Suicide Prevention Action Plan 2012-2020)

Flemish Agency for Care and Health (Flemish Government) Country Resources Suicide Prevention Belgium 1 January 2012 Guidelines

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*This document applies to the Flemish region (Flanders).

Om suïcide beter te voorkomen is er een nieuw en geactualiseerd Vlaams Actieplan Suïcidepreventie ontwikkeld met vijf preventiestrategieën waarbinnen er de afgelopen jaren heel wat acties zijn
gerealiseerd die verder gecontinueerd worden, o.a. de thema‟s zorg voor suïcidepogers, zorg voor nabestaanden en laagdrempelige telehulp.

To prevent suicide, this new and updated Flemish Suicide Prevention Action Plan includes five prevention strategies related to suicide attempters, care survivors and accessible tele-help.


Flemish, 1.5 MB pdf

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