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The State of Mind programme was established in 2011 with the aim of improving the mental health, wellbeing and working life of rugby league players and communities. We want to get people talking about it. Our team of mental health and sport professionals deliver comprehensive education sessions at no cost throughout the UK in super league, championship and amateur clubs as well as colleges and community groups, aimed at raising awareness of mental health issues within sport. If you are involved with a rugby league club or supporters group and would like to arrange a free State of Mind session for your members you can get in touch via our contact page, or visit the In Your Area pages to find out what’s available where you are.

Whoever you support, you can join the State of Mind Family and be a part of this amazing movement.


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