Stay up to date with all the latest news from the NRL State of Mind program and our partners.
See all the exciting events happening in a community close to you and find out all the latest advances in mental health.
The NRL has appointed its first Game-wide State of Mind Ambassadors to help increase mental health literacy in its Clubs and the communities in which it operates.read more
State of Origin rivals Cameron Smith and Robbie Farah encourage people to start a conversation.read more
The NRL today announced a three year partnership with some of Australia’s leading mental health organisations as part its State of Mind campaignread more
Two of the toughest rivals in State of Origin history, Paul Gallen and Nate Myles have joined forces last year to encourage people to seek help for mental health issues.read more
Black Dog Snapshot is a free mobile phone app that supports mental health screening, monitoring and help-seeking.read more
Mental health is the number one health issue affecting young people in Australia. However, only one in four young people who experience mental health problems seek help.read more
With good mental health, young people can manage the normal ups and downs of life but if their mental health declines it can affect their feelings, thoughts, actions and/or memory. Sometimes these changes in their mental health can also affect how they go about their day-to-day activities.read more
To encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people to talk about mental health and wellbeing, communities in the Northern Territory have worked with headspace and Indigenous Hip Hop Projects (IHHP) to create the 'Got a lot going on' music video.read more
Thoughts and feelings of ending your life can be overwhelming and frightening. It can be very difficult to know what to do and how to cope, but help is available. You don't have to feel alone. Reach out for help.read more
“I was self-harming and suicidal. Then I called Kids Helpline. They were always supportive and helped me to get through. Today I can smile simply because I’m alive and I made it. Don’t lose hope. It gets better,”- 15year old girl.read more
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