Your mental health is just as important as your physical health. Let’s take care of it together!

Help us spread the word that mental health is important for everyone by joining in Mental Health Week (October 8-14).

The annual national campaign is this year calling on South Australians to mind their health, with a focus on wellbeing, support and community.

Centacare and headspace Port Adelaide are taking part in events throughout the week. There will be exhibitions, stalls, discussions and more as we share positive reflections on mental health and work together to reduce stigma and discrimination.

Find us at:

  • Stall in the Mall – Monday, October 9, from 9.30am – 3.30pm, Rundle Mall, Adelaide.

How can we support you to mind your health? Explore headspace Port Adelaide’s support services, talk to our teams and take part in fun activities on the day.

  • Family & Friends Night – Monday, October 9, from 6-7.30pm, headspace Port Adelaide, 78-80 Vincent St, Port Adelaide.

Growing up can be tough at times! Come along and meet our team and explore how we can support you to look out for loved ones aged 12 to 25 years. Learn how to recognise mental health concerns and ways to nurture a young person’s wellbeing. For more information or to register, phone 8215 6340 or email

 Two per cent of Australians live with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. PACE counsellor Di Nayda will give an overview of OCD and how it can be managed. The event is free. For more information, phone 83360333 or book online at

  • The Festival of Now – Friday, October 13, Light Square, Adelaide

In its fifth year, the Festival of Now brings the mental health community together to showcase creativity used in the healing journey and break down the stigma of mental illness. Festival attractions include live music and performance, free food, peer sharing circles, arts and crafts, circus skills, animals, face painting and more!


For more information about Mental Health Week, visit the Mental Health Coalition of South Australia. To explore how Centacare can support you to realise your own strengths and skills, and to achieve your goals, phone 8215 6700.