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Community health, inclusion and HIV responses for people of diverse sexualities and genders. Service for men, including free alcohol and other drugs counselling and mental health counselling.
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Australian Department of Health – Head to Health

Specific information for men. Other information available to support oneself, someone else, portals for professionals and service providers. Sections for Aboriginal, multicultural, veterans, young, LGBTQI+ people.
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Beyond Blue

Support services and helplines.
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Black Dog Institute

Resources for creating mentally healthy workplaces.
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Focus on increasing mental health literacy for CALD people through education and engagement.
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Directory of local service providers and health professionals in Central and Eastern Sydney, South Western Sydney, Western Sydney.
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Jewish Care

A whole community approach to mental health and suicide prevention, with support for individuals and their families experiencing a mental health crisis, training, events and conferences. Other services include AfterCare support and a My Wellbeing App.
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NSW Transcultural Health Mental Health Centre

Works with health professionals and communities across New South Wales to support positive mental health for people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
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Roses in the Ocean

Roses in the Ocean exists to save lives from suicide. Lived Experience of Suicide Informed and Inclusive Culture Change suite of resources for service providers and organisations.
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Roses in the Ocean

The Resources Hub has resources for specific priority groups - LGBTIQ, Aboriginal, men, multicultural, seniors.
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A digital information and resource platform for all trans and gender diverse people in NSW, our loved ones, allies and health providers.
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Uniting Burnside Men and Family Relationships Cabramatta

Information and referral, casework, parenting groupwork, culturally appropriate program development, dads and kids playgroups, for fathers in families and separated fathers.
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Imagine a world without suicide.