Links and Resources
VTMH is in the process of creating a library of articles, website links, reports, publications, and various materials that address a range of themes and topics.
Explore the growing library by using the Resource Search Tool to the right.
You can search the data base via:
Or view recently added pages at the bottom of this page.
You can also search for resources via the Mental Health in Multicultural Australia (MHiMA) Project 'Knowledge Exchange' webpage.
MHiMA Knowledge Exchange also offers quick access to online information, tools and resources, all with a focus on mental health and suicide prevention in multicultural Australia.
Explore the MHiMA Knowledge Exchange here
Please note that this is not an exhaustive list of services, and that the VTMH takes no responsibility for the quality of the information provided via these links. Links are provided for convenience only and may not be current. The VTMH is not responsible for the content of third party services or websites and provision of a link should not be construed as an endorsement or approval of the third party service or website. Please contact us a firstname.lastname@example.org to report a broken link
Overcoming Barriers is an online resource aimed at enhancing workers' response to culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) women and children who have experienced family voilence.
Posted: 25-Nov-2016 | Read more...
The Mental Health Complaints Commissioner (MHCC) is an independent, specialist complaints organisation created by the Mental Health Act 2014 to help resolve complaints about Victorian public mental health services and to recommend improvements.
Posted: 08-Sep-2016 | Read more...
Download translated information about the Mental Health Act (2014)
Posted: 23-Nov-2015 | Read more...
The MCWH is a national, community-based organisation committed to advancing the health and wellbeing of immigrant and refugee women. The mission of MCWH is to promote the wellbeing of immigrant and refugee women across Australia, through advocacy, social action, multilingual education, research and capacity building.
Posted: 28-Sep-2015 | Read more...
AMES is Australia’s largest provider of humanitarian settlement, education, training and employment services for refugees and newly arrived migrants.
Posted: 25-Sep-2015 | Read more...