Victoria Legal Aid

Independent Mental Health Advocacy – Chinese (Traditional)

Published 2022-08-01

About this resource

This free card is for people who are receiving compulsory treatment or feel at risk of compulsory treatment.

It says how an independent advocate can:

  • listen to what you want and talk to you about your options
  • give you information and support to act on your rights
  • work with you so you can have your say
  • refer you to other services if you need.

The card has information about how to contact IMHAExternal Link (Independent Mental Health Advocacy) for independent, free and confidential services.

This card is available in Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Dari, English, Greek, Italian, Macedonian, Persian, Serbian, Spanish, Turkish and Vietnamese.

There is a free card with First Nations artwork for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

We have posters you can download and print:

You may also like to see our free resource Are you on a treatment order?

Order free copies of this resource
Some of our publications have limits on how many copies you can order. If you need more copies, email or phone (03) 9269 0234 and ask for the Community Legal Education team.

Reviewed 16 August 2023