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Act-Belong-Commit's Impact in 2016

Created Tuesday, 23 May 2017 in News
The results of our annual Computer-Assisted Telephone Interviews are in!! Each year we survey 600 West Australians living in metro and regional areas. Some of the main results were:
  •  In Western Australia, 76% of people are aware of Act-Belong-Commit (2 million people)
  • Of those who are aware of the message, 97% approve of Act-Belong-Commit
  • Of those who are aware of the message 12% did something to improve their mental health i.e. kept active, got involved in the community, volunteered (that's approximately 230,000 people)
  • The campaign contributes to the reduction of stigma surrounding mental health, with 68% of those aware of the message agreeing with this

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