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Access to translated information about health, law, settlement and more from key government agencies.
Multicultural NSW Settlement Portal
The Multicultural NSW Settlement Portal provides information about settlement to all migrants living in NSW, including about housing, education, employment, emergency services, transport, language, law and humanitarian services.
Multicultural Health Communication Service
The Multicultural Health Communication Service provides access to translated health information produced by health agencies across NSW.
Department of Human Services
The Department of Human Services provides information about Centrelink, Medicare, Child Support, and family and domestic violence. Find information in your language about payments and services here.
Find Legal Answers
Online legal information about Centrelink decisions, family law, renting a house, domestic violence and many more legal issues is available in various community languages here.
The Drug Info website provides links to quality drug and alcohol information in a range of community languages.
ASIC's MoneySmart website offers tips & tools to help you make the most of your money, in 26 languages.
Autralian Tax Office
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) offers a range of information and services to help people from diverse backgrounds understand tax in Australia.
NSW Fair Trading provides a range of translated information about consumer rights in more than 20 community languages.
Beyond Blue provides an extensive catalogue of resources in 25 languages for people who experience depression and anxiety, their partners, family and friends, and for health professionals who work in mental health.
Information on how to apply for Australian citizenship from the Department of Border Protection and Immigration.
Multicultural Problem Gambling Service
The Multicultural Problem Gambling Service provides counselling, confidential help and resources in community languages for problem gamblers and their families.