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Mentally Healthy WA and the Act-Belong-Commit Campaign

Our Vision

A society that values mental health and where everyone has the opportunity to be mentally healthy.

Our Mission

To enhance population mental health by creating supportive environments that strengthen individual and community resilience.

Who are we?

Mentally Healthy WA operates the Act-Belong-Commit campaign.  Mentally Healthy WA is housed at Curtin University (School of Public Health, Bentley).

What we do

Mentally Healthy WA uses a community-based social marketing model to build population mental health in Western Australia. 

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Click here to read the history of the campaign.

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What is Act-Belong-Commit?

What is Act-Belong-Commit?

Act-Belong-Commit is a mental health promotion campaign that encourages individuals to take action to protect and promote their own mental wellbeing.

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Mental Health Week 2017: Get Involved!

Mental Health Week 2017: Get Involved!

GET INVOLVED! We've put together a list of ideas of activities/events that you can do in your school, workplace, club, community group or friendship network....

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Act-Belong-Commit Youth Connectors

Act-Belong-Commit Youth Connectors

Are you ... aged between 16 & 25? Passionate about health & wellbeing?

Come to our FUN & FREE workshop where you will learn:
  • About Act-Belong-Commit
  • How you can talk to friends about being mentally healthy
  • How you can assist others to get involved in the community
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Standing Strong Together: Aboriginal Act-Belong-Commit logo shared across WA

Standing Strong Together: Aboriginal Act-Belong-Commit logo shared across WA

Mentally Healthy WA this week released an Aboriginal logo and slogan for use state-wide. The adaptation of the well-known Act-Belong-Commit message is designed for use by Aboriginal partner groups who want to promote social and emotional wellbeing in communities across WA, and for organisations who sponsor or support events run by Aboriginal groups. Read more...