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 recently took its State of Mind program to Thursday Island in the Torres Strait.read more
The Western Australian Government and NRL have announced a two year partnership which will see the successful State of Mind Grassroots program delivered to all grassroots rugby league clubs in the state.read more
Norths Juniors Rugby League Club today became the first NRL State of Mind recognised club in Queensland after completing the six-step recognition process.read more
NRL and Queensland Maroons star Dane Gagai is supporting our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander initiative Yarn Safe by sharing his video story and telling young people there's no shame in talking it out. Dane is one of the NRL’s State of Mind Campaign Ambassadors this year. Now in its third year, the NRL State of Mind Campaign aims to encourage players, clubs and communities to speak up and seek help if they are experiencing a mental health issue.read more
The Jillaroos fullback lives her life how she plays on the field: full of energy, fast-paced, enthusiastic and inspiring all those who come across her.read more
In a coming-of-age interview, Dugan spoke to NRL.com about why he decided to join the NRL State of Mind campaign; a community that is striving to make a difference for both sportspeople and societyread more
The role of a coach cannot be underestimated when it comes to the mental health and wellbeing of their playing group. Join host Scott Sattler and the NRL Health team for this podcast featuring Reni Maitua, Jessica Macartney and Dean Widders for practical tips to include in your coaching.read more
When South Sydney superstar Greg Inglis admitted himself into a mental health facility back in May, David Shillington knew immediately that it would help more than just one man.read more
Matt Cecchin had made bigger decisions in his career, bigger mistakes in bigger matches too, but something in his mind changed and he no longer wanted to be a referee.read more
NRL champion Nathan Hindmarsh urges fathers & sons to start the mental health conversation.read more
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