Balcatta resident Amanda Stephenson is our July Act-Belong-Commit local champion. After experiencing depression, Amanda's number one priority in life became taking care of her mental health.
The Subiaco Community Men's Shed formed in 2010 when the City of Subiaco called for expressions of interest from local men to form a men's shed group. The small group of men who initially came together quickly grew to approximately 34 men all keen to participate. In 2012, the Subiaco Community Men's Shed became an incorporated group.
It's Men's Health Week and this year's theme is 'Celebrating your AchieveMENts". To raise the profile of men's health we're asking men, boys, sons, dads, brothers and grandads to tell us how achieving personal and professional goals helps to keep you mentally.
An article published in the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine.
Fourteen year-old Bailey O'Donnell of Rockingham is recognised by fellow community members as a fantastic all-rounder who never gives up. He is passionate about all things sport and music and always strives to be an active part of his community.
It's the largest celebration of young people on the Australian youth calendar. It provides young people with the opportunitiy to express their ideas, showcase talents and have their voices heard.
Whether it's in the shower, in your car, at karaoke with friends or with your local choir; singing can instantly boost your energy levels and mood!
- Libby from Mandurah - I am going to get more active and get my son and myself out and walking/riding in our neighbourhood every week.
- Lauren Carr from Padbury - "I will be kind to myself, whether I praise myself inwardly for a job well done or treat myself to a good book and a cup of tea. I will not put myself down or uncredited anything I do."
- Craig from Yanchep - I'm going to try not to react in a negative way in situations that are out of my control
- Kate from Mount Nasura - I AM going to learn all the times tables
- buffy1981 from Nollamara - I am going to spend more QUALITY TIME with my two boys.
- Scott from Joondalup - I am going to learn to play chess
- Greg Lake from perth - I am going to do one crossword puzzle everyday
- Ben James from Rockingham - I am going to spend more time with my family
- Pauline from Booragoon - I'm going to take my dog for a walk along the beach
- Sam Temple from Mindarie - I am going to take my dog to the beach each day
- Jude Thomas from Mandurah - To think positive in every situation
- Tom Franklin from Kalgoorlie - I am going to have friends over for a bbq
- Jack Morton from Manning - I am going to play my guitar in the old peoples home near my house
- James Gordon from Orelia - I am going to ride my motorbike more on the weekends with friends
- Mike Billing from Wellard - I am going to finish landscaping my front yard
- Jessica from Albany - I am going to invite my neighbours over for dinner
- Amy from Leeming - I am going to go dancing with my friends
- Greg from Rockingham - I am going to spend more time with my family
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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...