Category: Services for People with Mental Health Issues

Australian Mosaic is a magazine of the Federation of Ethnic Communities Council of Australia (FECCA). FECCA publishes this national magazine three times a year, a plain English magazine which discusses a wide range of contemporary issues associated with multiculturalism., social justice, community harmony, and cultural and faith pluralism in Australia.

In its most recent publication, Issue 41, the magazine focuses on pathways to better mental health, exploring how barriers can be overcome, exploring reform in this area, and creating constructive solutions. Advance Diversity Services submitted an article titled ‘Mental Health Stigma – influencing help seeking behaviours in CALD communities’, which was published in this issue. The article explores the impact of stigma on help-seeking behaviours of CALD people with mental illness, their families and carers, and identifies barriers to accessing mental health services.

To read the full article follow the link:

Australian Mosaic Issue 41 Spring 2015

The Advance Diversity Services (ADS) is a proud supporter of the South Eastern Sydney Recovery College, a pioneering educational initiative in Australia, focused on learning and growth for better mental health. The College offers comprehensive education and training programs developed and delivered by people with a lived experience of mental illness and health professionals.

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We are happy to announce that the Advance Diversity Services is now delivering the Partners in Recovery Program in partnership and collaboration with lead organisation, South Eastern Sydney Medicare Local, agencies Neami National, Benevolent Society and Aftercare, and consortium members.

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To keep our service consumers, staff and the public safe during the coronavirus pandemic, we are restricting public access to our offices.

We are continuing to provide services but by appointment only or over the phone (9 am – 5 pm, Monday to Friday). Please know that the ADS team is here to help.

Call us on (02) 9597 5455 or email us info@advancediversity.org.au and we’ll direct you to the right person.

Stay safe and keep healthy!