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ADF Mental Health Strategy
The 2011 ADF Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy provides a blueprint for the development of the 2012-2015 Mental Health and Wellbeing Action Plan; which will allow the finalisation of Dunt review recommendations, align Defence with the national mental health reform agenda, and put in place a system that is self monitoring and continuously improving.
The strategy articulates Defence’s vision of achieving capability through mental fitness through a commitment to:
This commitment will be achieved by meeting six strategic objectives, including:
The 2012-2015 Mental Health and Wellbeing Action Plan will be finalised in early 2012 and will articulate the actions to achieve these objectives as well as the key performance indicators.
While the action plan is being finalised, Defence senior leadership has identified seven priority actions for immediate attention, including:
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4 November, 2011