The government policies keeping families separated

30,000 people seeking asylum can’t access Medicare

There are more than 30,000 people who have sought protection in Australia who do not have access to Medicare.  

Those seeking protection from crisis situations (such as Gaza, Sudan and Myanmar), urgently need access to mental health care. But without affordable healthcare, the help they need is out of reach.  

As the number of children and families reporting severe trauma grows, it is vital that the policies that limit access to Medicare are changed.  

Until people have safety and stability, they are unable to fully participate in the Australian community. 


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