EMBRACE Framework on Mental Health in Multicultural Australia workshops: UPDATED INFORMATION Due to recent travel changes, we have needed to move our workshops in Sydney and Brisbane to webinars. The webinars will continue to be held on the previously set dates, Wednesday 16th of June for Sydney and Tuesday 22nd of June for Brisbane with the changed time of 9:30am-11:30am.
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Free support for carers Carer Gateway is a national support service funded by the Australian Government. It provides free services for anyone caring for a family member or friend who is living with a disability, a long-term medical condition, mental illness, alcohol or drug dependency or someone who is frail due to age.
Look after your mental health in Harmony Week! Harmony Week is happening right now and goes from Monday 21 March – Sunday 27 March. Harmony Week is a time to embrace Australia’s cultural diversity and celebrate the rich cultural and linguistic contributions within our community. The message of Harmony Week is “everyone belongs”.
Orygen has created a collection of resources about cultural diversity and mental wellbeing. The resources were developed to support the knowledge and skills of the youth mental health workforce, to work safely and inclusively with multicultural young people.
The Embrace Project is looking for participants from across Australia who are passionate about multicultural mental health and ready to contribute to the next phase of the project to achieve real change. As part of the National Consumer and Carer group you will: provide insight into multicultural mental health, particularly the views and interests of diverse mental health consumers and carers offer solutions and strategies for improving the outcomes for all people who are living with mental health issues and their carers
The information below highlights the various ways people can receive their COVID-19 vaccines in individual states and territories across Australia. COVID-19 vaccine eligibility If you are a person with disability or a NDIS participant, 12 years and over, you are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. Pfizer and Moderna are available if you are 12 years old and over. AstraZeneca is available if you are:
R U OK? has translated key resources you can use if you or someone you know would prefer to get information in a language other than English. Which resources have been translated? A Conversation Guide 'How to Ask Tip Sheet' outlining what you might say during an R U OK? conversation. '4 Steps Poster' outlining the 4 steps to an R U OK? conversation. A4 Posters Download the resources here.
Translated coronavirus (COVID-19) resources COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Translated Resources - Information in Your Language Ethnolink Language Services provides translated information in 71 languages.
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