This resource provides information about culturally informed ways to support the mental health of refugee and asylum seeker children. It aims to support practitioners from a range of mental health, social work and community-sector backgrounds who work with children and families from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds.
This resource is based on national and international research evidence. It does not include information about children or families seeking asylum who are in immigration detention.
This resource is co-produced with Emerging Minds and Australian Institute of Family Studies.