In the media
Beyond getting your heart rate up, there are various advantages of sport for your mental health and wellbeing.
Darci Miller chatted with Draker from Triple M Great Southern for Mental Health Week 2018.
While we take physical workouts very seriously, there is much less said about the “workouts” that help us remain mentally agile and healthy. But just as with physical health, there are simple and practical ways that can help everyone to enjoy good mental health.
Children as young as three took the stage to show their singing, dancing and acting skills at the annual Roebourne youth talent show during NAIDOC Week 2018.
VenuesWest continues its commitment to giving back to those in need through its successful Community Partners Program in 2018/19 with the addition of another charity.
A first-of-its-kind Aboriginal mental health program developed in Roebourne is about to get wider scale attention through a TV ad to be broadcast State-wide during NAIDOC Week.
The 2018 International Mental Health Conference is almost upon us again, this year the conference will be held over the 8th – 10th August at the RACV Royal Pines on the Gold Coast, Queensland.
Amberlee Nicholas, Campaign Manager at Act-Belong-Commit, will be presenting at the 2018 International Mental Health Conference on ‘Creating a Mentally Healthy WA: Act-Belong-Commit’s 10 Year Journey’.
Mentally Healthy WA recognises 10-year partnership between Act-Belong-Commit and City of Wanneroo
Act-Belong-Commit is celebrating a decade of helping improve the mental health and wellbeing of Western Australians.