Multicultural Mental Health Survey

Mental Health Foundation Australia The Mental Health Foundation Australia is conducting a survey on multicultural Mental Health. The survey is available in Spanish, Sinhalese, Punjabi, Hindi, Greek, German, Filipino, Afrikaans, Urdu, Tamil, Samoan, and Arabic. It will be of help in planning services for the multicultural communities.


Australia is becoming an increasingly multicultural country, with cultural landscapes having changed drastically over the last decade. We see many more immigrants from various backgrounds and with sometimes, drastic reasons for migration, which is likely to affect their mental health and wellbeing. 

The Mental Health Foundation Australia believes in outcome-based solutions. Hence, we have created a Multicultural Mental Health Survey to go out to Australians in the community. The purpose of this survey is to gather information about CALD communities in Australia and to prepare recommendations to be sent to Local, State and Federal levels of Government about what is required in this important area of Multicultural Mental Health.

We encourage all those who have migrated to Australia/ those who are of ethnic backgrounds to partake in this survey and help to improve the status of Multicultural Mental Health services in Australia. Questions have now been translated into Spanish, Sinhalese, Punjabi, Hindi, Greek,  German, Filipino, Afrikaans, Urdu, Tamil, Arabic and Samoan to assist you with completing the main survey. 

Do the survey here: https://www.mhfa.org.au/Survey.aspx

If you download the survey in Spanish, Sinhalese, Punjabi, Hindi, Greek, German, Filipino, Afrikaans, Urdu, Tamil, Samoan, Arabic, we ask that you Please Email the updated surveys to aneka.srinivasan@mhfa.org.au

 

Multicultural Mental Health Survey
Multicultural Mental Health Survey

 

 

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