When you're healthy

You’re able to handle daily pressures. You are likely to think clearly and feel hopeful about the future. When you’re at this stage, you can maintain healthy routines and stay connected with your loved ones.

What you can do when you’re healthy

You can take some time to learn more about mental health. Try to keep up social connections, be active and continue with healthy routines.

What you can do if you notice changes in your mental health

Your mental health often changes over time. You may start to notice changes in your feelings, thoughts or routines. This can be a sign something’s not quite right.

These resources may help you understand and plan for changes to your mental health.

Reflect on the stages of mental health

The mental health continuum outlines the 6 stages of mental health. Learn about the common signs for each stage to help you know where you’re at and get the support you need.

Read more about the continuum

Learn about the factors affecting mental health

There are common factors that affect your mental health. If you understand them, you may be more aware of when you’re at risk. This can help you prepare and reach out early for support.

Learn about factors affecting mental health

Read stories to inspire you

Discover how others in the community manage their mental health journey. Get inspired by the tools and tips they share to support your own mental health.

Browse personal stories

Learning about mental health

Our speakers Emily, Sean and Sandi share their experiences of mental health and seeking support.