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Act Belong Commit

headspace Armadale offers free, confidential services for 12 - 25 year olds who are experiencing a tough time or need someone to talk to. If you are seeking information and support around emotional wellbeing, mental health, physical or sexual health, employment and other general health concerns, we can help. If we're not the right people to help, we can find someone who can.

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30 Jun 2021
Staying active, belonging and making a commitment that is meaningful to you can help you keep mentally well!


 Keeping mentally healthy is just as important as staying physically healthy.

And the good news is there are things we can all do to promote our mental wellbeing and create a stronger more resilient community.

Being active, having a sense of belonging and having a purpose in life all contribute to happiness and good mental health.

The Act-Belong-Commit guidelines for positive mental health provide a simple approach you can  adopt  to become more mentally healthy:

ACT "Do something" 

Keep active - physically, socially, mentally and spiritually. 

  • go for a walk or run
  • read a book
  • talk to someone 
  • meditate or pray 

BELONG "Do something with someone'

Keep connected - to friends, family and your community. 

  • join a book club
  • take a cooking class
  • go to community events
  • join a sports team

COMMIT "Do something meaningful" 

Do something meaningful, important and valuable to you. 

  • volunteer
  • learn something new
  • take a challenge
  • teach others 

You can learn more about keep mentally well on Act Belong Commit's website. They also provide a list of activities happening all around Western Australia that you can get involved with. Check it out today! 

Activities - Act Belong Commit