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Canadian Recovery Inventory launched

The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) has launched the Canadian Recovery Inventory. It allows you to search for recovery-oriented policies, programs, practices, research and personal accounts and continues to accept submissions or recommendations. You can read more about recovery on the MHCC's website, which includes links to other recovery-focused projects and documents. 


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