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"It's something that's quite big for me because I always want to work in the community, looking to help out our local clubs and local schools," Palavi says.read more
"I haven't experienced any mental health issues myself, but I have seen it affect people around me so I thought I'd put my hand up to help out," Galloway said.read more
"It's a good cause and a serious issue that needs to be addressed by everyone, especially NRL clubs," Tagataese said.read more
NRL State of Mind ambassador Dene Halatau from the Wests Tigers says part of what drew him to volunteer for the role was to bring more attention to what is a serious issue in the game.read more
Manly prop Brenton Lawrence says he took on the role of NRL State of Mind Ambassador because he feels it's his job as a senior player and leader to assist others in the sport of rugby league in the area of mental health awareness.read more
eheadspace is an online and telephone mental health support service by headspace for young people and their families and friends.read more
New Zealand Warriors utility Ben Henry is one of 14 State of Mind ambassadors appointed by the NRL to increase awareness around mental health – one of the country's biggest health issues.read more
St George Illawarra forward Dan Hunt is one of 14 State of Mind ambassadors appointed by the NRL to increase awareness around mental health – one of the country's biggest health issues.read more
As a 2015 State of Mind ambassador, Brisbane Broncos and Queensland Maroons star Darius Boyd wants to help anyone who is dealing with depression and increase mental health literacy in clubs and communities.read more
State of Origin rivals Cameron Smith and Robbie Farah encourage people to start a conversation.read more
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