September Group Activities Calendar

The monthly Group Activities program provides a range of therapeutic activities for people living with mental illness. It provides a focus on educational pursuits, personal development, living skills, social connection and includes recreational outings. The program is for participants with and without a NDIS Plan who have completed the MHACA intake interview.

Download the September Group Activities Calendar

Call 08 89504600 or email info@mhaca.org.au to enquire about group activities. Email intake@mhaca.org.au to enquire about an intake interview, or download a referral form.

In addition to structured activities, a Drop-in Centre is open Monday 8.30am – 1.30pm, Tuesday – Friday from 8.30am to 3.00pm.

The Drop-in Centre is a welcoming space where people can connect with others and participate in activities. It provides:

  • a comfy lounge area
  • kitchen facilities
  • computers with internet access
  • activities such as board games and craft
  • musical instruments
  • laundry and bathroom facilities.

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Eating well, exercising regularly, getting enough sleep, and avoiding alcohol and smoking support our wellbeing. Smoking and alcohol are often used when people are under stress, but these addictive substances can make symptoms worse in the long run. Whilst they can create an immediate sense of relaxation, people who use them then experience withdrawal symptoms which can increase anxiety. Smoking is not recommended and Australian guidelines for alcohol use for healthy adults is no more than 2 standard drinks a day.
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