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Title: Gap Analysis of Public Mental Health and Addictions Programs (GAP-MAP) Final Report
Authors: Wild, T. Cameron
Wolfe, Jody
Wang, Jian
Ohinmaa, Arto
Keywords: Public health -- Alberta;Mental health -- Alberta
Issue Date: Feb-2014
Publisher: Government of Alberta
Abstract: Results from the project are intended to lay the groundwork for building a population-based model for addiction and mental health service planning in Alberta. Although many of the project’s conclusions echo longstanding concerns expressed by stakeholders about Alberta’s system of care for addiction and mental health problems, GAP-MAP went beyond anecdotal observations to collect systematic empirical data on unmet population need, service capacity, and costs. In addition to providing a relatively fine-grained description of these topics, the project synthesized findings from these data sources to provide examples of how needs-based planning for addiction and mental health services could be undertaken.
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