Ernie Benbow (Programme Manager of State of Mind) and Greg Burgess (North Lanarkshire’s Choose Life Co-ordinator) were invited by Madeline Moon MP for Bridgend, to make presentations to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Suicide and Self Harm Prevention at the House of Commons on Tuesday 13 March 2012.
With the new year now upon us, we at State of Mind have taken time to reflect on our achievements during 2011. Here’s our story so far…..
Recently welcomed to the Palace of Westminster, State of Mind received high praise and support for its innovative work surrounding mental health in Rugby League.
Mental Health Awareness in Rugby League – An introductory course for coaches Free professional development! The course has been specifically designed for people working in rugby league, and coaches in particular. It is two hours long and free to attend. Attendees don’t need any previous knowledge of mental health.
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State of Mind Halton will be promoting mental health in rugby communities while celebrating World Mental Health Day 2011 by hosting a series of events during September and October this year. So come along and take part!
State of Mind St Helens will be promoting mental well-being in the rugby community and celebrating World Mental Health Day 2011 through a series of events this September and October. Come along and join in!
Ambassador to the STATE OF MIND programme Adrian Morley and many others tells us why they’re backing our work…