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Clubs WA Community Partners

 






                        Act-Belong-Commit

Act-Belong-Commit is a comprehensive health promotion campaign that encourages individuals to take action to protect and promote their own mental wellbeing and encourages organisations that provide mentally healthy activities to promote participation in those activities. The A-B-C guidelines for positive mental health provide a simple approach that we can adopt to become more mentally healthy:


ACT - keep mentally, physically, socially and spiritually active: take a walk, say g’day, read a book, do a crossword, dance, play cards, stop for a chat...

BELONG - join a book club, take a cooking class, be more involved in groups you are already a member of, go along to community events...

COMMIT - take up a cause, help a neighbour, learn something new, take on a challenge, volunteer...
Being active, having a sense of belonging and having a purpose in life all contribute to happiness and good mental health.

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St John Ambulance - Event Health Services
 
 
St John Ambulance Event Health Services is the leader in the provision of health care at events in Western Australia. Event Health Services has been providing medical services at WA events for more than 110 years and last financial year we attended more than 2,000 events.

If you are holding an event that you think may require First Aid or medical services, give our Client Services Team a call on 08 9334 6754 and we will talk you through the options.

St John First Aid Fact Sheets offer information on how to respond to various medical conditions such as heat stroke, bleeds and many more. To get a FREE copy of these fact sheets, please email clientservices@stjohnambulance.com.au

Not-for-profit Clubs WA members will also receive a discounted rate when booking event medical services through St John- Event Health Services. Just make sure you mention this advertisement when booking. 

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Department of Fire & Emergency Services

As Western Australia’s leading hazard management agency, the Department of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES) (formerly the Fire and Emergency Services Authority of WA) performs a critical role coordinating emergency services for a range of natural disasters and emergency incidents threatening life and property.

Supported by an extensive network of over 29,000 volunteers and 1100 career firefighters DFES works together with the community and government to prevent, prepare for, respond to and recover from a diverse range of emergencies.

Operating 24 hours a day, every day of the year, DFES provides emergency services across our vast state of 2.5 million square kilometres on land, by sea and air. 

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