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explain the benefit of early intervention in promoting an individual mental health and well being
Growing evidence indicates that an approach to mental health thatincorporates promotion, [ prevention and early intervention activities canhave far-reaching benefits by improving mental health across the Australianpopulation as well as reducing the prevalence and burden of mental healthproblems and mental disorders. This approach comprises a long-terminvestment in the social and emotional
wellbeing of Australian communities,in addition to its potential to achieve long-term cost savings.The focus on promotion of mental health and prevention and earlyintervention for mental health problems and mental disorders represents amajor and exciting direction for mental health activities in Australia,complementing and expanding the traditional focus on treatment ]
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