Welcome to the TMHC e-Bulletin for February 2019

 

In this issue of the Bulletin we highlight TMHC’s Carers’ Program which runs 14 language specific carers groups throughout the Sydney metropolitan area. If you or anyone you know is caring for a family member with a mental illness we encourage you to contact us about becoming involved. We also join the MPGS Program for Chinese Communities in celebrating Lunar New Year and welcoming the Year of the Pig, an important event for many communities across the globe.

 


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Do you know someone caring for a family member or friend with a mental illness?

The Transcultural Mental Health Centre Carer Support Program provides support and information for carers from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities who are looking after someone exp ...
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Multicultural Problem Gambling Service for NSW Update

Our Financial Counsellor, Elizabeth Lee is now working full time & DOOLEYS Lidcombe Catholic Club Outreach.
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Happy Lunar New Year 2019 - Year of the Pig

Celebrating Lunar New Year

February 5 this year marked Chinese (or Lunar) New Year. This year we celebrate the Year of the Pig.
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TheMHS Conference - Call for Abstracts

The Mental Health Services (TheMHS) is inviting abstracts for its 2019 Conference which will be held in Brisbane in August this year.
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Lived Experience Framework Launched

Late last year the Minister for Mental Health, the Hon Tanya Davies M, launched a new Lived Experience Framework.
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Do you identify as LGBTIQ & culturally and linguistically diverse?

If you or someone you know identifies as LGBTIQ and culturally and linguistically diverse and also lives in or calls western Sydney home, the Western Sydney University is interested in hearing from yo ...
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Migrant women are particularly vulnerable to technology-facilitated domestic abuse

Migrant women with temporary visa status are particularly vulnerable when it comes to domestic and family violence. That vulnerability is intensified when you add technology to the mix.
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New Research and Resources

Take a look at the latest transcultural mental health research and resources.
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Conferences and Events

Check out all the latest conferences, training and other events.
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