The Victorian Refugee Health Network is conducting a brief survey with health and community services to better understand some of the challenges services and clients face when booking and accessing interpreters. This is in response to some feedback the Network has been receiving from
The VicEmergency app aligns with the VicEmergency website to provide a centralised location for Victorians to access timely emergency information and warnings. The app includes warnings and incident notifications for fire, flood, storm, earthquake, tsunami, weather warnings, shark sig
Priority Primary Care Centres (PPCCs) are clinics across Victoria that are “supporting nearby hospital emergency departments by providing GP-led care for urgent but non-life-threatening conditions such as mild infections, fractures and burns… Care is available to anyone with or witho
Understanding key issues in accessing mental health services for refugee background communities in Victoria. Take the survey here: As part of a joint undertaking by VRHN and Foundation House for the Diverse Communities Mental Health and Wellbeing Program, this project will dra
The Victorian Refugee Health Network (the Network) welcomes expressions of interest (EoI) from interested parties who have experience working with people of refugee background and people seeking asylum to join the Network’s executive group. The Network facilitates coordination and col
Northern Suburbs outbreak information – Audio information available in Punjabi, Hindi, Arabic, Oromo, Samoan, Somali, Farsi, Turkish, Urdu: Punjabi Hindi Arabic Oromo Samoan Somali Farsi Turkish Urdu Students and families from East Preston Islamic College and Croxton Sch
The Department of Health and Human Services website has translated information and health advice. This includes summary information about the steps towards COVID Normal. For a list of languages available, visit the DHHS website here.
In great news for regional Victoria, from 11.59pm today regional communities will progress to the third step of the reopening roadmap, with a relaxation of some restrictions. This easing of restrictions comes after a 14-day average of 3.6 cases and with no mystery cases.
The Victorian Government continues to produce multilingual campaigns with key COVID-19 messages. Now available: New! Get Tested Videos: Available in 28 languages. Please share with your Networks. Community Ambassador videos available in 36 languages: Stay safe during Stage 4 restrict