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Welcome to our new Mentally Healthy Partners: June

Posted 16 Jun 2021

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.



MSWA exists to meet the needs and support West Australians with a neurological condition. In addition to helping clients and their families through their personal journey, MSWA advocates for change and supports research to find cures for the various neurological conditions.


SouthWest Judo Academy

SouthWest Judo Academy is a family-owned business that caters for children and adults at all levels and abilities, in a friendly and inclusive environment. They have proudly developed their “No-Limits Judo” which introduces young people with special needs to judo, helping them develop general motor and social skills as well as their self-defence and confidence.


Sarah Ford Foundation

Sarah Ford Foundation is a charity that provides fitness services to help women aged 30-60 years old with their mental health, despite any social and economic boundaries they may face.  The foundation is committed to exercise as a form of mental health therapy for women who have been diagnosed with, or have symptoms of, a mental illness.



COTA promotes the rights, interests, and good futures of people over 50 in WA. Currently, there are 833,000 West Australians over 50, and over 54% are living with one or more vulnerable indicators including disability and age-related issues. In 2019, COTA was appointed as the first ever Vulnerable Peak Body in WA by the State government.

Check out our full list of Partners here.