• Beyond Blue
    Beyond Blue has translated many of its resources on anxiety and depression into a range of languages.
  • CLEAR Toolkit
    The CLEAR toolkit is a clinical decision aid developed to help physicians, nurses and other allied health workers (e.g. midwives, community health workers, etc.) assess different aspects of patient vulnerability in a contextually appropriate and caring way and easily identify key referral resources in their local area. The CLEAR toolkit is accompanied by a trainers manual and is available in more than ten languages. 
  • Health Translations 
    Health Translations is an initiative from the Victorian Government.  Health Translations provides health professionals and community members with reliable, accurate, and up to date health and wellbeing information in many different languages. Health Translations links to multilingual resources published by government departments, peak health bodies, hospitals, and community health and welfare organisations.
  • Mental Health in Multicultural Australia (MHiMA)
    MHiMA has provided access to a range of translated mental health resources that were developed by the National Mental Health Strategy (Commonwealth Government of Australia) and Multicultural Mental Health Australia (MMHA) for use by health practitioners working with individuals and families from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
  • NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service
    The NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service manages a multilingual website with more than 450 publications on health in a wide range of languages.
  • Your Brain Matters
    Your Brain Matters is a program that provides guidance on looking after brain health. It is based on evidence that a number of health and lifestyle factors are associated with brain function and the risk of developing dementia. These bilingual help sheets on dementia risk reduction are available in a range of community languages. 
  • Way Ahead
    Way Ahead has translated a range of its fact sheets about mental health issues into Bengali, Simplified Chinese and Nepalese. 

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