This Hub has been developed as an easy-to-access resource page for mental health workers in the community sector covering information and perspectives on the Voice to Parliament referendum.
The below links have been compiled from reputable sources to help facilitate understanding and conversation for those in the mental health sector during the Voice referendum.
Mental Health Coordinating Council supports the establishment of a constitutionally enshrined Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament. You can read our full statement here and see our signature on an open letter of 125 medical organisations in support of the Voice.
These resources provide information on supports in place for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people during the referendum, as well as service providers supporting Indigenous Australians.
For further assistance with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mental health concerns during the referendum, please refer to the following tailored services.
Resources to help foster culturally sensitive discussion around the Voice for workplaces, organisers and educators.
These resources explain what the Voice to Parliament is, what voting ‘yes’ or ‘no’ means and how to place your vote.
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we live, learn and work – the lands of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. This resource has been compiled using respectful, collaborative and culturally sensitive sources.