We welcome any feedback about your experience with I relate. Health. We listen to every piece of feedback – compliments, comments, and complaints – and will use it to continually improve our service.
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I relate. Health is not a crisis or emergency response service. Crisis: If you or someone you know is in crisis or immediate danger contact Emergency Services on 000.
I relate. Health acknowledges the traditional owners and custodians of the lands and waters on which Australians call home. We celebrate First Nations peoples ongoing culture and contribution to society, and pay our respect to their Elders – past, present and emerging.
We acknowledge the ongoing strength and resilience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in sustaining the world’s oldest living cultures. At I relate. Health, we are committed to reconciliation.
We strongly believe every person should be treated with respect and dignity. I relate. Health is committed to embracing diversity, equity, and inclusion in all its forms. We seek to play a role in eliminating all forms of discrimination, harassment and abuse. We welcome all people regardless of their cultural background, ethnicity, location, life stage, lifestyle choice(s), faith, sexual orientation and/or gender identity.
We strive to create a culturally safe place for our customers and staff – our services are open to all people. Cultural humility, empathy and curiosity is a key ingredient in everything we do. Everyone should feel accepted and embraced for who they are.
I relate. Heath is committed to acknowledging, naming and overcoming barriers to accessibility and engagement with healthcare services, particularly access to mental health services.