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The Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) services sector needs to be able to respond more effectively to the complex needs of people from refugee and migrant backgrounds – asserted Michal Morris in her presentation ‘Can Alcohol and Drug Treatment Services be Culturally...
Over the past two decades, we have worked with thousands of people and hundreds of organisations across the health, community and local government sector. We have demonstrated our commitment to achieving better health service outcomes for people from refugee and migrant backgrounds.
Monash University (School of Nursing and Midwifery) has teamed up with the Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health (a part of North Richmond Community Health) to address the health needs of a multicultural society.
We have launched our new Language Services Guide and information sheets to the community on Tuesday 9 December 2014.People from around the health and local government sector attended the launch for the opportunity to learn more about the resources, as well as hear...
The Buddy Project was an oral health peer-to-peer mentoring project which aimed to address the barriers to accessing oral health cares services for newly-arrived refugee communities.
We recognise that it is not always easy to engage young people in messages around sexual health. We work with young people to help them express and share sexual health information through performing arts.