The following documents were critical to the development of the national framework.

  • ACT Corrective Services 2010, Corrections management (general operating) policy 2010: notifiable instrument N12010-398, ACT Government, Canberra.
  • ACT Health 2011, Mental health recovery in the ACT, ACT Government, Canberra.
  • NSW Health 2006, NSW community mental health strategy 2007–12: from prevention and early intervention to recovery, NSW Government, Sydney.
  • Queensland Health and Community Services Workforce Council 2012, Values into action: community mental health practice framework, Health and Community Services Workforce Council, Brisbane.
  • Queensland Health 2005, Sharing the responsibility for recovery: creating and sustaining recovery-oriented systems of care for mental health, Queensland Government, Brisbane.
  • SA Health 2012, The framework for recovery-oriented rehabilitation in mental health care, Government of South Australia, Adelaide.
  • Tasmanian Department of Health and Human Services 2009, Building the foundations for mental health and wellbeing: a strategic framework and action plan for implementing promotion, prevention and early intervention approaches (PPEI) approaches in Tasmania, Statewide and Mental Health Services, Government of Tasmania, Hobart.
  • Victorian Department of Health 2011, Framework for recovery-oriented practice, State Government of Victoria, Melbourne.
  • WA Mental Health Commission 2010, Mental health 2020: making it personal and everybody’s business, Government of Western Australia, Adelaide.

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