Pedestrians on Banna Avenue were treated to armfuls of free stuff in addition to free advice on how to stay mentally healthy as part of national headspace day.
On Wednesday the team at headspace Griffith hit the streets to give people some practical tips and tricks on how to keep a positive mindset and maintain a "healthy headspace".
They had seven pieces of advice in all, which were "getting into life", learning skills for the tough times, creating connections, eating well, staying active, getting enough sleep, and cutting down on alcohol and drugs.
In turn they encouraged people walking by to jot down their own thoughts and ideas on how to keep a positive mindset, especially during those darker moments in life.
By the end of the day they had a wall of suggestions for how best to keep feelings of depression and anxiety at bay.
As a parting gift to those who stopped by, headspace workers handed out gift boxes and little potted plants to keep people company during the tough times.
If you, or anyone you know suffers from depression, anxiety, or suicidal thoughts you can contact the Griffith Suicide Prevention and Support Group hotline on 1300 133 911 or Lifeline on 13 11 14.
Those aged between 12 to 25 can also contact headspace Griffith on 6962 3277.
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