Status Resolution Support Services (SRSS) Programme Two organisations have been contracted to deliver the SRSS Programme in Victoria beyond July 2018: AMES Consortium, and Life Without Barriers, trading as National Immigration Support Services. Contact details for the services are in
This table outlines specialised refugee and asylum seeker mental health services in Victoria, as well as generalist mental health services of relevance. This document was updated in August 2012 and will be updated on a regular basis.
This website provides up to date guidelines on: Overview of health issues in immigrant children Initial assessment and screening Education assessment Hepatitis B screening Immunisation catch-up schedule Interpreters Iron deficiency and anaemia Malaria screening Mental health resources
Dental Health Services Victoria has created a series of translated/bilingual brochures. This pamphlet provides information on how to prepare and what to expect with day surgery at Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne. *Available n Arabic, Chinese, English, Somali, Turkish and Vietnamese
Dental Health Services Victoria has developed a series of brochures to assist clients accessing their services. This is a pamphlet providing information on oral health services at the Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne. *Available in Arabic, Chinese, English, Greek, Italian, Somali,
Early Learning is Fun is a community initiative that promotes the importance of investing in children in the very earliest stages of life. Research shows that birth to five are the optimum years for language development and for young children foundational literacy skills are primarily
About seven out of 10 refugees in Australia have been tortured or gone through some kind of war-related trauma. Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) sometimes develops after frightening events. Symptoms include flashbacks, nightmares, anxiety attacks and depression. The symptoms of t
VIDS Telehealth Clinic open on alternate Tuesdays and Thursdays afternoons. Patients can be seen either completely via Telehealth or as a combination of Telehealth and in person. All your practice needs is a computer with a webcam and speaker/microphone and a reasonable speed internet