South East Qld
This online interactive Referral Tool is designed for Health Professionals to find mental health referral options for children and adults of a refugee background in SE Qld (Updated April 2018) . This list was is not exhaustive and is to be used only as a Guide.
Psychological Therapies Services (formerly known as ATAPS) – mild to moderate – Intake through World Wellness Group
NOTE: Contact Brisbane South PHN regarding the availability of free interpreting services for Allied Health Professionals. More information here.
Refugee and Asylum Seeker Psychiatric Assessment Service at Mater Refugee Complex Care Clinic (MRCCC)
Harmony Place – a community-based multicultural organisation that provides culturally responsive services to strengthen the mental health and well-being of people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds.
NOTE: Contact Brisbane North PHN regarding the availability of free interpreting services for Allied Health Professionals. More information here.
Darling Downs & West Moreton
NOTE: Contact DDWM PHN regarding the availability of free interpreting services for Allied Health Professionals. More information here.
The Queensland Program of Assistance to Survivors of Torture and Trauma have developed a brochure for community leaders about mental health. Download the English brochure Information for Community Leaders about Mental Health and to download versions written in Tigrinya, Kirundi and Somali see the QPASTT website.
Beyondblue bring together a series of reputable translated resources covering a range of topics including pregnancy and new parents, information for families, general mental health information, and information for health professionals. Visit the page HERE
Queensland Health have translated fact sheets about the Mental Health Act.