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The Asia-Pacific Community Mental Health Development (APCMHD) Project

Asia-Pacific Community Mental Health Development Project, (2008)

The Asia-Pacific Community Mental Health Development (APCMHD) project has been established in 2005 to explore diverse leading models or approaches to community mental health service delivery in the Asia-Pacific region. The objective is to illustrate and promote best practice in mental health care in the community through use of information exchange, current evidence and practical experience in the region.

EU compass for action on mental health and well being

Helen Killaspy, Peter McPherson, Chiara Samele, Rene Keet, JM Caldas de Almeida , Eds.: European Union, (2018)

Providing community-based mental health services position paper

Three models of community mental health services In low-income countries

A. Cohen, J. Eaton, B. Radtke, et al., (2011)

International Journal of Mental Health Systems December 2011, 5:3 Community mental health programs in low-income countries face a number of challenges. Using a case study methodology developed for this purpose, it is possible to compare programs and begin to assess the effectiveness of diverse service delivery models

WPA guidance on steps, obstacles and mistakes to avoid in the implementation of community mental health care

Thornicroft G, Alem A, Antunes Dos Santos R, et al., (2010)

World Psychiatry. 2010 Jun;9(2):67-77. The main recommendations are presented in relation to: the need for coordinated policies, plans and programmes, the requirement to scale up services for whole populations, the importance of promoting community awareness about mental illness to increase levels of help-seeking, the need to establish effective financial and budgetary provisions to directly support services provided in the community. The paper concludes by setting out a series of lessons learned from the accumulated practice of community mental health care to date worldwide, with a particular focus on the social and governmental measures that are required at the national level, the key steps to take in the organization of the local mental health system, lessons learned by professionals and practitioners, and how to most effectively harness the experience of users, families, and other advocates

Promotion, prevention and protection: interventions at the population- and community-levels for mental, neurological and substance use disorders in low- and middle-income countries

I. Petersen;, S. Evans‐Lacko; M. Semrau; et al. , Eds.: International Journal of Mental Health Systems; BioMed Central, (2016)

Petersen et al. Int J Ment Health Syst (2016) 10:30 DOI 10.1186/s13033-016-0060-z

Social Contact Event Toolkit

Time To Change, Eds.: Department of Health, Comic Relief and the Big Lottery Fund, (2007)

This toolkit will help you to plan and run an event that helps to change the way that people in your community think about, and behave towards, people with mental health problems

Dementia - Toolkit for community workers in low- and middle-income countries

Mercado, S., Eds.: World Health Organization (Pacific Region), (2018)

Guide for community-based management and care of people with dementia Version 1.0 Mental Health and Substance Abuse Division of NCD and Health through the Life-Course World Health Organization Regional Office for the Western Pacific

The Role of Communities in Mental Health Care in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Meta-Reviewof Components and Competencies

Brandon A. Kohrt,Laura Asher, Anvita Bhardwaj, et al., (2018)

Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2018 Jun; 15(6): 1279. Published online 2018 Jun 16. doi: 10.3390/ijerph15061279

'Let pikin bisniss be all men bisniss' : survey community based psychosocial programme War Child Sierra Leone 2005-2006 : research paper

Graaff, D. de , Knocke van der Meulen, D. de, Eds.: War Child, (2007)

The community based programme aims to address the psychosocial needs of children and youth through helping to rebuild peaceful child- and youth-friendly communities through the use of cultural, creative, recreational, sportive and social activities. Within War Child, the community-based approach is relatively new and Sierra Leone was the first self-implementing War Child Programme Area (WPA) applying this approach.

Стратегия развития системы охраны психического здоровья в Российской Федерации

Союз охраны психического здоровья, Eds.: Союз охраны психического здоровья, (2019)

Целью Стратегии является формирование современной системы охраны психического здоровья населения РФ, основанной на принципах непрерывности жизненного цикла человека, доказательной медицины, единства профилактики, лечебного и реабилитационного процесса, межведомственного взаимодействия всех ветвей власти и секторов экономики, государственно-частного партнерства, сотрудничества всех слоев и структур общества, включая некоммерческие и волонтерские организации, религиозные конфессии и другие группы населения. Accessed on 02.03.2019

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