Seafarer mental health trauma leaflet now available in Tagalog
Earlier this year the Club supported the production of the Human Rights at Sea mental health welfare leaflet “Remaining Resilient after Traumatic Events”. We are pleased to announce that this leaflet has now also been translated into Tagalog and is available to download for free above.
For further mental health resources, please contact the Club’s Crew Health team.
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