Resources for leaders in the community

The below resources have been compiled by Embrace Multicultural Mental Health with advice from the CALD Mental Health Consumer and Carer Group. They are intended to help community leaders recognise if someone may need to seek help for their mental health and how to get help. 

Some of these resources are links to mental health and wellbeing support organisations. 

This information is not medical advice. It is generic and does not take into account your personal circumstances, physical wellbeing, mental status or mental health requirements. Do not use this information to treat or diagnose your own or another person’s medical condition and never ignore medical advice or delay seeking it because of something in this information. Any medical questions should be referred to a qualified healthcare professional. If in doubt, please always seek medical advice.

Just like the world around us, we are always growing and changing. If you have any feedback about these resources, please do not hesitate to get in contact. 
multicultural@mhaustralia.org
02 6285 3100
Embrace Multicultural Mental Health, PO Box 174, Deakin West, ACT 2600

These resources are in the process of being translated into 19 languages (listed below). Additional resources may be added as required. Please check back regularly. 

General Information

This document provides an overview about mental health, wellbeing and some information about seeking help

It can be worrying if you think someone you know may be experiencing mental health concerns. This infographic from Health Direct could help you recognise if someone needs help with their mental health.

It can be hard to have a conversation with someone about mental health. With advice from people who are familiar with depression and anxiety, Beyond Blue has developed information that can help people have a conversation that might be difficult.

This document provides detailed information about getting urgent help and what are the steps and questions you should ask when seeing a doctor.

Translated Fact Sheets

Embrace Multicultural Mental Health is updating our translated factsheets about common mental health concerns. Please check back regularly as more resources and languages will be added as they are completed.

 

Depression

 

Languages resources will be translated into:

Arabic, Assyrian, Bengali, Burmese, Cantonese, Chinese Simplified, Dari, Dinka, Farsi/Persian, Greek, Hazaragi, Italian, Karen, Nepali, Punjabi, Spanish, Swahili, Tamil and Vietnamese
 

Choose a language...

and we'll provide resources in that language where we can.

English

English

amˈharɪk

Amharic

عربى

Arabic

ܣܘܪܝܬ

Assyrian

简体中文

Simplified Chinese

hrvatski

Croatian

دری‎

Dari

Thuɔŋjäŋ

Dinka

فارسی

Farsi

Ελληνικά

Greek

Italiano

Italian

ភាសាខ្មែរ

Khmer

한국어

Korean

Krio

Krio

Macedonian

Macedonian

polski

Polish

русский

Russian

српски

Serbian

Español

Spanish

Kiswahili

Swahili

繁體中文

Traditional Chinese

Türkçe

Turkish

Việt

Vietnamese