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The NRL's State of Mind program has been developed in partnership with Lifeline, Kids Helpline, headspace and the Black Dog Institute.

The aim of this program, which will be the constant driver of our work, is to:

  • Use the Game's reach, profile, Clubs and players to reduce stigma around mental illness;
  • Increase our participants understanding of mental health;
  • Stimulate help seeking behaviours by educating and informing our community with appropriate resources and literature;
  • Connect Rugby League communities with our expert partners.

Keep up to date with the latest workshops, campaigns, and initiatives. 

Latest updates

State of Mind program close to Winterstein's heart

Antonio Winterstein will never get over the loss of his brother and it's one of the main reasons he's determined to improve mental health care options in the community.

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State of Mind program launches in the Northern Territory

The NRL partnered with the NT Government to take the State of Mind program to remote indigenous communities in the Gove Peninsula.

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Willagee Bears lead the way for NRL's State of Mind program

Willagee have set the benchmark by becoming the first club in Western Australia to officially complete all four steps of the NRL's State of Mind program.

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Burleigh Bears look to NRL's State of Mind Program to educate players

NRL State of Mind is supported by the Queensland Government to deliver the program to rugby league clubs across the state.

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How Morgan is driving healthy state of mind for late mate Alex Elisala

Join Michael Morgan on the Road to Resilience and learn to build positive mental strength.

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