Musicians promote ABC of good mental health
MORE than 200 music lovers got behind the Act-Belong-Commit message at the
Organised by Victoria Park resident Brendan Nock, the event featured his band Nails of Imposition and raised $3000 for Mentally Healthy WA’s Act-Belong-Commit campaign.
The environmental officer said he was inspired to organise the concert to drive home the message that mental health issues were no longer taboo, but part of a necessary conversation more people were taking part in.
“It became apparent to me, particularly in recent years, just how common depression was in the community, even among some of my closest friends and loved ones,” Nock said.
“I saw the impact it had on their lives and, in turn, on mine.”
He said it was rewarding to see the Perth heavy metal community unite for the event and he planned to