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Thank you to everyone who entered our World Environment Day competition! We received lots of amazing entries and enjoyed looking through them! It was a tough decision for the team here but we have selected a winner and two finalists.
We have a limited number of posters available for you to advertise Mental Health Week and your event.
To celebrate the Elders Birthday NAIDOC Event at the Roebourne District High School the boys were taught traditional dance by the local male Elders and this was their first performance, from this other communities want to start their own traditional dance classes.
Through Weerianna Street Media, Roebourne opened the City of Karratha's 2015 NAIDOC event on Saturday 26th June.
NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples'. All Australians - young and old – are encouraged to embrace and get involved with NAIDOC each year by finding out about local NAIDOC events, going along and participating. For more information about NAIDOC: naidoc.org.au
Mentally Healthy WA is calling all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in and around Roebourne to create a logo or slogan for Act-Belong-Commit!
- Ian from Cairns - To start wheelchair yoga and get my body and mind back into training.
- Jess from Cottesloe - To grow for the rest of my life.
- Horst from South Golden Beach - I will take a bag for collecting rubbish on my daily walk
- Lauren Barbera from Secret Harbour - To ride to work as often as I can and to walk my dog every night
- Kelly Peirce from Hillarys - I pledge to join a dance class
- Michelle Hughes from North Carolina - Continue to advocate for people with mental illnesses.
- The Anonomous guy from Morawa - Get out, and have a laugh.
- annalise knock from morawa - To hang out with mates more often
- Suzana from Balga - Walk 3 times a week, eat healthy and loose 7 kg in 2013 and don't sweat over small things. Learn new skill to start a new job.
- ayla bond from Morawa - To get more exercise
- Emily Carslake from Morawa - To swim 3 nights a week.
- Holly from Morawa - Eat better, drink more water!
- Emily from Morawa - To spend more time with my family
- James Cameron from Swanbourne - To get out more often during the weekends.
- Val from Hamersley - Stay positive, stay fit, stay in touch!
- Depression Support Network Albany Inc from Albany - On Tuesday the 9th of October, in conjunction with the heart foundation, we held a wear blue for a day walking group and morning tea. We promoted exercise as a way towards gaining good mental health.
- Jenni from Albany - To start each day thinking how great it is to be alive!
- Lisa from Ferndale - I will never take another day for granted... every day I have, is a gift.
- Grant Westthorp from Albany - I am going to ask family and friends whether they are traveling okay.
- Trish from Albany - Each day I will do something ACTIVE, each week I will connect with a group I BELONG to, each month I will review my COMMITments
- Pam from Roleystone - I'm going to make every day count
- Melissa from East Perth - I am going to go for a walk every day.
- john from maylands - I will have a better attitude towards my lifestyle and believe in myself
- Assefa from Maddington - I am going to enjoy every day no matter what
- Simone from Secret Harbour - I pledge to make a greater commitment to my exercise and fitness.
- Denise from canningvale - To walk every day
- Amberlee from Perth - I'm going to learn to speak Spanish!
- David from Crawley - I am going to update the ABC iPhone app to support pledges!
- David from Shenton Park - I will volunteer for something
- Bronwyn from Chelmer - I'm going to commit to going to Bollywood Funk dance classes for 3 months.
Latest News & Updates
We’re pleased to support our campaign ambassador Garth Civil on his latest personal challenge, a climb to the summit of Mount Imja Tse (more commonly known as Island Peak) in Nepal.
Garth, a career firefighter, has been involved with Act-Belong-Commit as campaign ambassador since 2013 and very much lives and breathes the Act-Belong-Commit ethos.
We are seeking to partner with organisations who share a vision for a mentally healthy WA. If your group or organisation offers opportunities for mentally healthy engagement, strives to improve individual and community wellbeing; or is keen to change the way people think about mental health, you may like to consider partnering with us.Read more...