mental illness does not discriminate

What action is your sporting club or community organisation taking to educate and break down the stigma surrounding mental health?

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Mental ill-health does not discriminate, it can affect anyone at anytime. For me growing up life was tough but sport (in particular Rugby League) gave me a sense of belonging, structure and a place where I felt I could achieve my goals. Mental health affects everyone and Sporting Clubs and Community organisations can play a vital role in providing support, education and a sense of belonging to individuals that are experiencing mental health challenges in the wider community. If your organisation takes mental health seriously then take the next step and get the Mental Health Movement to your club or organisation.

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Workshops and presentations are totally customisable to suit your goals, objectives and events. MHM is very pro active in meeting any other requests and outcomes.
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Protect your club and community from the impact of poor mental health

What they say ?

Paul EVerill

Community Manager - St George Illawarra Dragons

It is always a pleasure working with Dan and the Mental Health Movement. His passion drive and energy around the topic of mental health is changing peoples lives. Having a unique story like his has the ability to connect with so many people from different walks of life.

anne barrow

Head Teacher | Community Services, Human Resource Services - Tafe Illawarra Wollongong

Through Dan's education and lived experience in the mental health field, he has developed a sound understanding of the current trends and issues in the community services sector. He speaks passionately of the increasingly complex world faced by many and seeks to assist and support others facing mental health challenges.

Michael stannizo

Deputy Principle - Warilla High School

The program has delivered on its stated objective in working towards building resilience in individuals, initiating discussions around mental health and providing information on where to access further resources or services if required. Thank you for the difference you have made in our student’s lives!