The Niagara Mental Health and Addictions Charter, built by 65 diverse organizations working in the mental health and addictions continuum in Niagara is a collective statement based on evidence and community expert opinion, gathered through a systematic process facilitated by Niagara Connects and Health Living Niagara. The Charter aims to create a common agenda in Niagara where: Optimal mental health and wellbeing for all people is an essential element to be included in the planning as we build a stronger future; and We take an inclusive, holistic, preventive, individual and family-centred approach across the lifespan so that each community member can achieve their optimal level of wellbeing. The Charter presents 9 principles which will form the foundation of Niagara’s mental health and addictions continuum. Published By: Niagara Connects and Health Living Niagara, firstname.lastname@example.org Publication Date: May, 2014 Related posts: May 28 2014: Launch of the Niagara Mental Health and Addictions Charter Implementing the Niagara Mental Health and Addictions Charter: Focus Area Group Discussion Themes Summary Implementing the Niagara Mental Health and Addictions Charter
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