This report summarises the outcomes from the Improving access to mental health services for refugees and asylum seekers in the west project. A number of capacity building, awareness raising and service coordination initiatives were implemented throughout the project.
Recent research with refugee families and specialist service providers looks at both mainstream and specialist migrant and refugee services that are critical to supporting the resettlement of refugee families in Australia.
This plan articulates a shared vision and promotes a statewide approach to improving the health and wellbeing of refugees in Queensland. The plan includes the establishment of a statewide Refugee Health & Wellbeing Network to provide support, build capacity and improve partnership
People from refugee backgrounds, including those seeking asylum, experience a number of barriers to accessing health and other services, including difficulties understanding and navigating the health system. Knowledge of local support services for people from refugee backgrounds and
The Refugee Health Program is a targeted program delivered through community health services in Victoria. This Department of Health and Human Services funded program has grown steadily since its establishment in 2005. This page contains resources for services that deliver the Refugee
These guidelines are for all services delivered through the Community Health Program to meet the needs of people from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds. The guidelines aim to support consistency across the state in planning, program design and service delivery. The guidelines are
The Victorian Auditor General has published the findings of an audit into how effectively the Departments of Education and Early Childhood, Health, and Human Services, and the Victorian Multicultural Commission and Office of Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship, are meeting the needs