Today is World Mental Health Day. It is a day when people worldwide come together to raise awareness about mental health and unite efforts to ensure that mental health care is accessible to everyone, regardless of who they are or where they come from.
We are proud to support this year’s theme, ‘Mental health is a universal human right,’ which resonates deeply with our commitment to improving knowledge, raising awareness, and taking concrete actions to promote and protect everyone’s mental health as a fundamental and universal human right.
It’s an important reminder that it’s okay not to be okay. We encourage our communities and each and every member of our Belgravia Leisure family to reach out, not just on World Mental Health Day but any day that you need it, because reaching out can make all the difference. If you’re feeling down, please reach out to someone you trust.
Free Mental Health E-Learning Program – MHeLP
Physical activity has a critical role in preventing the onset of mental health illness and its treatment. That’s why we developed our Free Mental Health E-Learning Program, MHeLP.
This program provides valuable resources and knowledge to help individuals and communities better understand and manage their mental well-being and support the mental health of others.
Reaching out For Support
If you are struggling, please seek assistance by contacting your trusted healthcare professional or calling Lifeline. If you are concerned for your safety or the safety of others, seek immediate assistance by calling Triple Zero (000) in Australia or Triple One (111) if in New Zealand.
Support in Australia
- 13 11 14
Suicide Call Back (24/7)
- 1300 659 467
Beyond Blue (24/7)
- 1300 224 636
- 1800 18 SANE (7263)
Remember that our commitment to mental health goes beyond this day. It extends into our daily actions, our interactions with others, and our support for those who may be struggling. Together, we can create a world where mental health care is not a privilege but a fundamental right for all.
Together, we can pave the way for a world where mental health matters, support is readily available, and you are never alone on your mental health journey.