When our Spirit is strong, our Mind is strong
The Strong Spirit Strong Mind Metro Project aims to raise awareness of the harms associated with alcohol and other drug issues among Aboriginal people, families and communities in the Perth Metropolitan area.
Campaign urges people to check in on their mates
Community mental health step up/step down videos
The Commission has produced new videos to assist in developing greater understanding of community mental health step up/step down services. The videos demonstrate the value of the service from the perspective of people who have used the service and from people who work within the services.
Parents, Young People and Alcohol 'I need you to say no'
Two out of three parents say 'no' and, it's helping to prevent alcohol-related harm. Find out more about Alcohol. Think Again's new campaign.
Know what you're getting into
Our Drug Aware campaign informs young people about drugs to prevent illicit drug use.
Need to talk to someone now?
Call 000 if you feel someone is at risk.
Mental Health Emergency Response 1300 555 788 (Metro) or 1800 676 822 (Peel)
Lifeline 13 11 14
beyondblue 1300 224 636
Kids Helpline 1800 551 800
Rurallink 1800 552 002View all helplines
Community mental health step up/step down services
Community-based mental health step up/step down services are being commissioned by the Mental Health Commission in several areas of the State.
See the range of training courses we have available for professionals and volunteers
We support several key events for the WA mental health, alcohol and other drug sector
Reports and resources
We have a large library of research reports, statistics and resources relating to mental health, drug and alcohol for health professionals, local government and more.Find report or resource
News and media
Report: Access to State-Managed Adult Mental Health Services
14 Aug 2019 | News Article
Alcohol and Other Drug Advisory Board members appointed
17 Jul 2019 | News Article
Help inform the Western Australian Suicide Prevention Action Plan 2021-2025
3 Jul 2019 | News Article