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Have your input into Mental Health services in our region?

Are you Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, 18 years or older and living here in South East Queensland? Take part in the Staying Deadly Survey!

We invite you to take part in the Queensland Urban Indigenous Mental Health Survey (Staying Deadly Survey).

The Queensland Centre has developed this survey for Mental Health Research in partnership with our member network – The Institute of Urban Indigenous Health (IUIH).

The survey aims to gather information and data about:

• How many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Southeast Queensland (SEQ) are living with mental illness?

• How many people are accessing services?

• What mental health services do you use? and

• Are there any barriers to accessing care?

The survey is looking for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander members of the community over the age of 18 who live in SEQ to participate.

The survey team is hoping to attract participants in tele-interviews from across the region and will be undertaking house to house surveys in Caboolture, Logan, Capalaba, Ipswich, and Goodna.

Those who participate will receive a gift voucher or a jersey designed by Preston Campbell.

For more information, head over to the project website or you can contact project manager Tabs Basit to discuss further.


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