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Seven new Mentally Healthy partners from across the State
Posted 9 Jan 2023
We’re excited to highlight seven new partners who have signed on to our Act Belong Commit campaign. We look forward to working with these fantastic organisations to enable mentally healthy communities.
Women in Sport WA
Founded in Perth by Karen Hennessy, the Women in Sport WA team is a vibrant group of volunteers who are passionate about one thing: SPORT and increasing the visibility, participation and benefits of sport both mentally and physically for women in Western Australia.
Empowerment2Be provides coaching and counselling to help individuals, families, employees & workplaces achieve their goals and manage life events and challenges including pregnancy, trauma, anxiety, planning for school leaving, career changes and parenting.
Harvey Community Resource Centre
Harvey Community Resource Centre is a community hub that plays a vital role in providing communication links, access to government services, internet access and a range of support for community groups, seniors, young people, and other Harvey locals.
Radiance South West
Radiance South West is a community network connecting parents to local services to support their emotional wellbeing during early parenthood and manage conditions including perinatal depression and anxiety.
Town of Mosman Park
Managing one of the smallest local government areas in Western Australia, the Town of Mosman Park works to provide a mentally healthy environment for residents, visitors, staff and the wider community, including through strategies that help people to be active, participate in community activities and engage in volunteering.
Mount Barker Tourism
Mount Barker Tourism works to support, promote and develop tourism in the Mount Barker Region. It depends on 10 dedicated volunteers and works hard to ensure they feel valued, empowered and motivated and work in a happy and healthy culture. The centre aspires to becomes a melting pot for the local community, and a place where people can act, belong and commit!
University of the Third Age is open to all people aged 50 years and over who want to make a more productive, fun and stimulating use of their leisure time, and are not ready to ‘vegetate’. Its members learn for the sake of learning, keeping brains and bodies active, developing new social networks and sharing their skills and experience with each other.