Multi-lingual information

This section contains a number of key documents about using Belfast Trust. The Trust is committed to tackling health and social inequalities, and ensuring improved access to information and services for people who are from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

One of the ways we are doing this is to provide information leaflets and resources in other languages.

Click on one of the links below to view a list of documents in that category.


First Step - Using Health and Social Services in Northern Ireland

Health and Social Care services can often be confusing for everyone including people who have just moved to Northern Ireland. In order to assist migrant workers, the Trust has recently updated the leaflet “First Step - Using Health and Social Services in Northern Ireland”

This leaflet explains how to access to health and social care services. 

To help people who do not speak english as a first or competent language the Trust has translated First Steps Guides into the following languages: 

 - Lithuanian 

 - Polish  

 

 

 - Slovakian

 

 

 - Chinese

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Regional Access to Health and Social Care Booklet

To help people who do not speak English as a first or competent language these Regional Access to Health and Social Care booklets have been translated into the following languages:   

Regional Health and Social Care Booklet  -  Arabic

Regional Health and Social Care Booklet  - Farsi

Regional Health and Social Care Booklet  - Lithuanian

Regional Health and Social Care Booklet  - Polish

Regional Health and Social Care Booklet  - Portuguese

Regional Health and Social Care Booklet  - Romanian

Regional Health and Social Care Booklet  - Somali 

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Black Minority Ethnic Carers Leaflets

Do you look after someone? (family member / neighbour / friend) and are you from a black or minority ethnic background? If so, we want to hear from you

To help people who do not speak english as a first or competent second language, the Trust has translated a leaflet about BME into various languages.

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Mental health self-help guide

1 in 4 people will experience some kind of mental health problem in the course of a year with mixed anxiety and depression as the most common mental disorder in Britain.

To help people who do not speak english as a first or competent second language, the Trust has translated 3 mental health self-help guide into various languages.

Low Mood and Depression

Lithuanian - Depression booklet - Lithuanian

Polish - Depression booklet - Polish

  - Slovakian

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Stress and Anxiety

  - Lithuanian

  - Polish

  - Slovakian

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Post Traumatic Stress

  - Arabic

  - Chinese

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Ethnic Monitoring Leaflet

Ethnic Monitoring Guidance

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More Information

The section lists websites which provide cultural diversity information for those who work with Black and Minority Ethnics and a wide range of useful health materials in various languages. Most of the materials can be downloaded from these websites.

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