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Welcome to our new Mentally Healthy Partners: January

Posted 31 Jan 2022

We’re excited to highlight four 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.

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Baldivis and Rockingham Cake Decorators

The Baldivis and Rockingham Cake Decorating Association is a group of happy, supportive people keen to develop their mastery in cake decoration. They meet every two months to enjoy each other’s company and learn new skills through workshops and demonstrations.

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Shire of Murray

The Shire of Murray has joined the growing list of local government Act Belong Commit partners. The Shire is committed to sharing the mental health message of Act Belong Commit and encouraging residents to participate in community events such as the Pinjarra Festival.

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Gosnells Men’s Shed

Gosnells Men’s Shed is the very first of the many Men’s Sheds in Western Australia to partner with Act Belong Commit. Providing a place where men can come together and connect with others, while working on a range of creative projects, the Gosnells Men’s Shed plays a vital role in promoting the mental wellbeing of its members.

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Spartan First

Spartan First is an Indigenous occupational health provider whose clients range from mining and construction to local governments. Spartan is active in Indigenous communities, working to address some of the major health issues communities face such as diabetes.

Check out our full list of Partners here.