Mental Health Recovery
Taking action to boost your mental health during recovery can help you manage life’s daily challenges and improve your overall wellbeing.
Here's some tips & resources to help in your recovery:
Keep physically, mentally, spiritually and socially active by:
• Taking a walk in nature
• Catching up with a friend
• Going for a picnic in the park or at the beach
• Cooking a new recipe
• Trying an activity like yoga which is great for your body and relaxing for your mind.
Do Something With Someone
Belonging involves building and maintaining friendships and keeping connected to the community. You can do this by:
• Joining a community group, such as a recovery or support group, arts society or hobby group
• Meeting up with family or friends for an outing or a night in together
• Joining a club
• Attending a community event.
Do Something Meaningful
Making a ‘commitment’ to activities and achieving your goals builds self-esteem, confidence
• Enrol in a course
• Volunteer for a cause you are passionate about
• Mentor a younger person
• Support someone else in their recovery.
Resources to Download
Here's some free resources to help you Act-Belong-Commit:
- Read our Guide to Keeping Mentally Healthy
- Download our Mindful C
- Download our Weekly Planner
- Explore our Activity Finder to find something to do near you
- Download our Recovery Brochure
Other Useful Resources
- Volunteering WA - (08) 9400 4333
- Mood Gym
- Beyondblue - 1300 224 636
- Lifeline - 13 11 14
- Reach Out
- headspace - 1800 650 890
- R U OK?
- Men's Sheds of WA
- Strong Spirit Strong Mind Metro Project
There are a number of resources and organisations you can refer to for further information and support.
Click here to learn more.