Ethnolink Language Services provides translated information in 71 languages.
Health Translations provides a range of translated resources about COVID-19, health and wellbeing.
SBS has developed a range of videos explaining COVID-19 in your language.
The Victorian Department of Health and Human Services have a range of translated information including fact sheets and promotional materials.
The NDIS have provided a list of translated information.
Watch COVID-19 public health videos in 18 different languages.
CSAR provides refugees, migrants and conflict-affected Australians access to mental health support.
Download information on managing your mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic in languages other than English.
Beyond Blue has factsheets in 63 different languages on supporting your mental health during the pandemic. They also have video resources on how to find support and talk about mental health in Arabic, Chinese, Punjabi, and Vietnamese. There are also stakeholder engagement resources that include information for organisations to use to share the videos with their communities, key messages, in-language social media content, and fact sheets.
ReachOut has a video series on multicultural youth experiences of the pandemic. Hear from young people on how they're coping with the isolation, uncertainty and increased racism, and get some tips on how you can manage your wellbeing through it all.
Beyond Blue has created a series of resources in a range of languages to help people in Australia understand how to find support and feel comfortable talking about their experiences. Resources are available in Arabic, Mandarin/Simplified Chinese, Punjabi and Vietnamese.
The Australian Government Department of Health translated factsheets shows you how take care of your mental wellbeing.
This Australian Government Department of Health translated factsheets tell you what you can do to take care of your mental wellbeing and physical health.
The impacts of the coronavirus have made many of us feel worried, stressed or alone. This Australian Government Department of Health set contains translated factsheets that provide information on mental health support services.
CEH’s Multicultural Health & Support Service (MHSS) has developed co-designed resources focusing on young people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network (NWMPHN) has developed a range of videos to encourage people to look after their mental health during COVID-19.
THIS WAY UP has developed translated coping tools and worksheets in common languages other than English.
NSW and Sydney COVID-19 Information and Translations
The NSW Department of Health has issued information relevant to the stay-at-home health directive in 56 languages.
NSW Transcultural Mental Health Service
This service provide clinical consultation and assessment support through bicultural workers, including Italian. https://www.dhi.health.nsw.gov.au/transcultural-mental-health-centre-tmhc/about-us/our-programs/clinical-consultation-and-assessment-service
More information can be found about services can be found here: https://www.dhi.health.nsw.gov.au/transcultural-mental-health-centre-tmhc/about-us/our-programs
Each Local Health District in NSW has a dedicated Multicultural Health Co-ordinator who often have a dedicated team of health workers who provide health promotion and outreach into CALD communities. https://www.mhcs.health.nsw.gov.au/policiesandguidelines/supportinfo/pdf/nsw-multicultural-health-services-directory
NSW Refugee Health Service
The NSW Refugee Health Service was set up by the NSW Department of Health in 1999 to help meet recently arrived refugees in NSW. They aim to promote the health of people from a refugee background living in NSW by assisting refugees, and the health professionals who work with them. They provide clinical, policy coordination and health promotion activities. Based in Liverpool, the Service has multiple clinics around South West and Western Sydney. https://www.swslhd.health.nsw.gov.au/refugee/
STARTTS offers counselling and community support services to people who have been affected by torture and trauma. Members of the community who would benefit from STARTTS support are encouraged to refer themselves or family members to STARTTS. Information for STARTT clients about COVID-19 can be found here: https://www.startts.org.au/blog/covid-19-updates-startts-services-during-stay-at-home-orders-9-july/
There are also a number of specialist multicultural health organisations provided by NSW Health. These can be found here: https://www.health.nsw.gov.au/multicultural/Pages/multicultural-statewide-services.aspx
Multicultural NSW promotes community harmony and social cohesion in one of the most culturally diverse states in the world and is funded by the NSW Government. It currently has a round of Covid-19 community support grants with more information available here: https://multicultural.nsw.gov.au/grants/
This language set contains translations of a fact sheet that explains the types of COVID-19 tests available in Australia and when you should get tested.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Information for people who test positive for COVID-19 or are close contacts (other languages)
This language set contains translations of a fact sheet that gives information for people who test positive for COVID-19 or are close contacts of people who test positive.
This language set contains translations of a factsheet that provides advice for people who have tested positive for COVID-19.
This language set contains translations of a fact sheet that provides information about rapid antigen tests.
This language set contains translations of a social tile that explains how to use a rapid antigen oral saliva test.
This language set contains translations of a social tile that explains how to use a nasal swab rapid antigen test.
This language set contains translations of a social tile that explains where you can get a rapid antigen test.
This language set contains translations of a social GIF that explains what to do if you test positive for COVID-19 after using a rapid antigen test.
This language set contains translations of a poster that explains what each rapid antigen test result means, and what to do if you receive a positive, negative, or invalid result.
Rapid Antigen Test instructional video
The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has approved many rapid antigen tests for use in Australia. The Victorian Department of Health developed an instructional video outlining the process of self-administering a rapid antigen test. This video has had subtitles translated in 33 different languages. Please click on the links below to view each video.
Please note a Roche test is used in the video for demonstration purposes, but you may purchase or be issued with a different brand.
Information about COVID-19 vaccines has been translated into multiple languages.
This link contains videos of culturally and linguistically diverse community members talking about their reasons for getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
Information on the various ways people can receive their COVID-19 vaccines in individual states and territories across Australia.
Practical guidelines for health professionals working with Indigenous and CALD people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Members of the Embrace Project's CALD Mental Health Consumer and Carer Group have developed videos for Mental Health Australia's 'Look after you mental health, Australia' campaign.
During this time of physical distancing and heightened anxiety in our community due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), we are encouraging all Australians to look after their mental health.
To find out more, and to share your own tips on how to look after your wellbeing and mental health, follow #LookAfterYourMentalHealthAustralia on social media and head to lookafteryourmentalhealthaustralia.org.au.
"Helping other people is really one of the best ways we can look after our mental health." Wise words from Ali.
Jennie shares some tips on how to look after your mental health, and gives us a glimpse into her amazing garden.
Tandi shares some fantastic mental health tips.