Spiritual Health Association is the peak body for spiritual care in the health sector. Spiritual Health Association's focus is on advocacy for and promotion of compassionate, person-centred spiritual care in health services. Spiritual Health Association has a range of resources which can be accessed via their website.
Search our national database for resources and information on multicultural mental health and suicide prevention.
The Multicultural Access and Equity Policy is about ensuring that Australian Government programs and services meet the needs of all Australians, regardless of their cultural and linguistic backgrounds, by the Department of Home Affairs
With funding from the Australian Department of Health Settlement Council of Australia (SCOA) has worked with member organisations to provide culturally relevant and timely opportunities for CALD community members to access COVID-19 vaccine information. This report details the program and future recommendations.
Mental Health Australia has commissioned research to inform broader stigma and mental health research in CALD communities. This research focuses on Congolese, Arabic-speaking and Mandarin speaking Communities. A Report which details the research findings and recommendations is available.
This research was undertaken by Western Sydney University.
Australia needs a mental health workforce that is able to respond to the diversity of the population. We must develop an informed, skilled, flexible and reflective workforce with strong leadership in order to deliver successful strategies that improve access, quality of care and recovery services for CALD clients.
This fact sheet was developed by Mental Health in Multicultural Australia (MHiMA), 2014
A resource for service providers engaging with interpreters in transcultural situations, by Victorian Transcultural Mental Health
NSW Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors (STARRTS) has updated its guidance document “Working with People from Refugee Backgrounds: A Guide for Social Workers (2022)”
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