Campaign urges people to check in on their mates
Helping someone in distress
The Commission has developed a new resource containing information on how to assist people who may be experiencing mental health, alcohol and other drug issues. The Helping someone in distress booklet contains advice on how to respond to situations and a directory of helpline services available.
Alcohol and your health
Regularly drinking more than two standard drinks increases your risk of alcohol-caused cancer, stroke and heart attack. Our new online tool can help you reduce your risk and save money and kilojoules.
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
The Mental Health Commission is developing a model of service and business case for the establishment of a Recovery College model in Western Australia. Recovery Colleges aim to support individual recovery through creating an education platform, and a reduction of stigma relating to mental health, and AOD problems.
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
Start Court Consumer and Carer Representatives
20 Jun 2018 | News Article
Recovery College Community Consultation
8 Jun 2018 | News Article
Shining the spotlight on Men’s health and wellbeing this June
7 Jun 2018 | News Article