Family Inclusion in Mental Health and Addiction Services for Children and Young People

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This paper sets out the Mental Health Commission's position on key issues in family-inclusive practice in mental health and addiction services for children and young people. It explains the rationale for the position by highlighting the role of the family and the potential of the family as agents of change in support of services. It looks at the ways that family-inclusive practice can help improve the outcomes for children and young people who use mental health and addiction services.

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