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South East Queensland

Mental Health Referral Pathway for patients from refugee backgrounds for Brisbane, Logan and Gold Coast (August 2023) – 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. This list is not exhaustive and is to be used only as a Guide. 

Queensland wide
Brisbane South
Brisbane North
Darling Downs & West Moreton

PHN – Mental Health Programs
NOTE: Contact Darling Downs West Moreton PHN regarding the availability of free interpreting services for Allied Health Professionals. More information here.

Resources for Health Professionals


Resources for Community Members 

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.


Translated mental health resources  

R U OK?a number of resources available in 14 languages (Arabic, Hindi, Panjabi, Dari, Persian, Pashto, Ukrainian and others)

  • A Conversation Guide
  • ‘How to Ask Tip Sheet’ outlining what you might say during an R U OK? conversation
  • ‘4 Steps Poster’ outlining the 4 steps to an R U OK? conversation
  • A4 Posters

    EMBRACE Mental Health

    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

    Mental Health Act 2016

    A range of resources have also been translated into some languages by Queensland Health to help patients understand the Mental Health Act 2016.