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Community Conversations About Mental Health: Planning Guide

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This guide offers tools to help plan community conversations about mental health. It discusses logistics, such as finding a venue, gathering a network of partners, and recruiting participants and facilitators.

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SMA13-4765
Publication Date
May 2013

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