Suicide remains the leading cause of death for young people
Tragically, suicide remains the leading cause of death for young people (aged 15 – 24) in Australia. By taking the Walk with Me challenge, you’ll be helping to ensure that young people across Western Australia have access to local support services to help them navigate through mental health challenges.
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What is Walk with Me?
Walk with Me is a virtual fundraising challenge for Youth Focus, that raises vital funds to provide mental health support and education programs to young people across Western Australian.
Sign up to walk 50km, 75km, 100km or a distance of your choice during October.
What do I have to do?
Walk 50km, 75km, 100km or a distance of your choice during October and raise vital funds to support young Western Australians. Wherever you live, whatever your ability, you can decide when and where to complete Walk with Me.
You're welcome to complete the challenge in a way that works best for you.
When and where is Walk with Me?
Walk with Me is an online fitness challenge held during October. You decide where and when to complete your challenge.
Who is Youth Focus?
Youth Focus exists to support young people who experience mental health challenges. We deliver services and programs for people aged 12 to 25, at no cost to the young person or their family.
Our vision is a world where a young person’s mental health does not get in the way of them being who they want to be.
What is Mental Health Month?
Mental Health Month is a national month celebrated each year in October to coincide with World Mental Health Day on 10 October.