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Embrace Multicultural Mental Health is holding a webinar on the Framework for Mental Health in Multicultural Australia (the Framework) happening on Wednesday 8 April 2020 at
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You are warmly invited to join the first webinar for Embrace Multicultural Mental Health (the Embrace Project), happening on Tuesday 1 October 2019 at 12-1pm AEST. The webinar will provide an overview of the Framework for Mental Health in Multicultural Australia (the Framework), which is a free, nationally available, online resource that allows organisations and individual practitioners to evaluate and enhance their cultural responsiveness.
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The recent bushfires in Australia have impacted people in many different ways. Even those who are not in bushfire affected areas are experiencing the ongoing physical and mental health effects of smoke, changes in weather, the loss of the natural environment and many other issues.   During these times, it is important to look after your own mental health and to reach out to those in your community who may also be affected. Looking after your mental health and reaching out to your community is important for your wellbeing.
1 in 5 Australians are affected by mental illness, yet many don't seek help because of stigma. We can all do something to help shed a more positive light on mental health. World Mental Health Day – October 10 — is a day for global mental health education, awareness and advocacy. It is an initiative of the World Federation for Mental Health to raise public awareness of mental health issues worldwide. Mental Health Australia leads the World Mental Health Day campaign in Australia.
These words, spoken by so many consumers and carers that have helped shape the new national multicultural mental health project – Embrace Multicultural Mental Health – are the essence of today’s launch, and the future of this project and a concerted effort to provide mental health services and information that is culturally appropriate. 
Latest update from Frank Quinlan, CEO Mental Health Australia: As the year comes to a close, I’m pleased to share an update on the National Multicultural Mental Health Project, and look to what’s ahead for 2019. 
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