Birmingham City Council

Mental Health Websites for people whose first language is not English

The following websites deal with mental heath issues and people whose first language is not English. If you know of any other websites dealing with this subject, which may be useful, please e-mail libraries@birmingham.gov.uk with their addresses.

You may also like to refer to the page on general mental health information and advice.



The Associaton for Post Natal Illness

Leaflet about help for Post Natal depression .This leaflet is available
in the following languages:- Bengali, Gujarti, Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi

www.apni.org/leaflets_on_pni.htm



britishcolumbiaschizophreniasociety
British Columbia Schizophrenia Society

Links to sites with information on mental health and mental illness in community languages including Punjabi, Urdu and Hindi.



Chinese Mental Health Association
Chinese Mental Health Association

Help for Chinese people with mental health problems. Site can also be read in Chinese languages.

www.cmha.org.uk/home/indexframeset.htm


MIND

The booklet "Understanding Mental Illness" in: Punjabi, Urdu, Hindi, Gujerati, Bengali, Cantonese, Somali and Turkish. View online or print off the factsheets.


www.mind.org.uk/Information/BT.htm


The Royal College of Psychiatrists
Translations of mental health information

Please note We are not responsible for the content of other organisations' websites.