For communities

Health In My Language

Talk about health with a friendly educator who speaks your language. We offer free health education sessions for multicultural groups in your area for both men and women over 18 years old. 

Learn online or in person about:

  • Staying COVID-19 safe.
  • Preventing and managing chronic conditions.
  • Women's health and wellbeing.
  • Reproductive and sexual health.
  • Healthy relationships.
  • Women's safety and wellbeing.
  • Understanding the health system.


  • Arabic
  • Farsi/ Persian
  • Hindi
  • Karen
  • Kurdish Kurmunji
  • Mandarin
  • Nepali
  • Samoan
  • Solomon Islands Pijin
  • Tok Pisin
  • Vanuatu Bislama/ Pidgin

To book a session contact us via telephone on 3250 0269 or via email 

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Have Fun Butt Play Safe

The 'Have Fun Butt Play Safe' campaign is about improving the HIV health literacy of multicultural communities in Queensland and beyond. The campaign was developed by a consortium consisting of communities' members, service providers, and researchers, including True's culturally responsive health unit, the Queensland University of Technology, Swinburne University of Technology, Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland, Queensland Positive People, and Curtin University.

For more information on sexual health services in Queensland, visit the Queensland Health website.

Responding to the needs of migrant and refugee populations


The Culturally Responsive Reproductive and Sexual Health Project works with migrant and refugee communities to increase health literacy and confidence in accessing services and information. 

People from migrant backgrounds may include people from refugee backgrounds, international students, tourists, travellers as well as the children of migrants.

The project’s reproductive and sexual health education materials, resources, and training is reviewed by the Culturally Responsive Health Advisory Group. The Advisory Group is comprised of various health and/or migrant and refugee sector professionals and focuses on accuracy, representation, and ethical issues.

The following video is an example of a resource that the project has made in collaboration with community partners. 

Busting myths on healthy relationships and sexual health for multicultural young people.


Please see our YouTube channel on culturally responsive health.

For further information, please contact our staff at or phone 07 3250 0240.