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Dabakarn Koorliny Wangkiny (Steady walking and talking together)

Come along, share stories and get to know people who work locally in mental health and wellbeing at this Aboriginal cultural day.

Mental Health Week is a national event, held to coincide with World Mental Health Day (10 October), and in Western Australia, it will run from  2 - 10 October, 2015.  It's an opportunity to promote awareness about mental health and wellbeing, and equip people with the right information. This year, we are using the Act-Belong-Commit message as the official theme for Mental Health Week.

Get Involved

Over 100 Events

This year's events will aim to build on last year's success, where more than 100 events were held WA-wide.

2015 Events

Plan an Activity

Mental Health Week is all about raising awareness. You can plan your own  activities to educate staff, students and the community.

All You Need to Know

Spread the Word

Spread helpful and positive messages all year round and during Mental Health Week.


WAAMH Twitter

Reach out to Others

We spend a large portion of our days at work so having a mentally healthy environment is important.

Tips for the Workplace

Take Care of Yourself

It is important to look after yourself. Just by treating your mind to a few small treats like catching up with friends does a world of good.

All Our Mentally Healthy Tips

Gold sponsor of Mental Health Week 2015

St. Vincent de Paul Society