RESOURCES FOR COMMUNITY
This page contains links to sites and services that can offer support and provide you with additional information.
ALL GOOD focuses on key information on BBVs and STIs and provides tools and referral pathways to testing and treatment. Information is provided in 17 different languages, including English, in both text and spoken word recordings.
The Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland has developed a range of resources about BBVs and STIs in a range of languages. You can also view their video "Have a Liver Test" here.
The Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland offers a BBV and STI program that works with migrants and refugees across Queensland to improve access to information, testing and treatment.
1800RESPECT is a confidential service available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It provides support for:
People experiencing, or at risk of experiencing, sexual assault, domestic or family violence
Their friends and family
Workers and professionals supporting someone experiencing, or at risk of experiencing sexual assault, domestic or family violence
This site lists details of organisations that provide support and education for people experiencing issues relating to mental health, as well as their families and carers.
The Australian STI Management guidelines for use in Primary Care provides STI and BBV testing advice and information for refugees and migrants to Australia.
Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health offers training to organisations on engaging with refugee and migrant communities around sensitive issues such as sexual health, STIs and BBVs.
Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health provides a Multicultural Health and Support Service (MHSS) to prevent transmission of STIs and BBVs among multicultural communities.
Health Translations is a free online library of high-quality translated Australian health and wellbeing information for Australian health practitioners and people who work with culturally and linguistically diverse communities