State of Mind Sport is a charity that harnesses the power of sport to promote POSITIVE mental health among our sportsmen and women, fans and wider communities, and ultimately to prevent suicide.

We raise awareness of the issues surrounding mental health and well being and deliver EDUCATION on the subject to all levels of sport, business, education and community groups.

We SIGNPOST individuals to where they can receive care and support in their area.

First established in UK Super League in 2011, State of Mind Sport is now a much-loved national charity and international movement delivering its MESSAGE across rugby league, rugby union, multiple other sports, age groups and territories.

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20th January 2020

As an independent charity, we act in the best interests of every section of Rugby League, from the children passing a ball for the first time at junior clubs, through to the heroes who thrill crowds and TV audiences on a weekly basis, and on to the legends of yesteryear, whose exploits are woven into…

17th January 2020

State of Mind have been delivering sessions for Galliford Try workers at Manchester Airport

16th January 2020

State of Mind presenters and Offload / Rugby League Cares presenter Sean Mellor from Widnes Viking have been delivering sessions on the return to work programme at Fiddlers Ferry power station

27th February 2018

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20th January 2020

As an independent charity, we act in the best interests of every section of Rugby League, from the children passing a ball for the first time at junior clubs, through to the heroes who thrill crowds and TV audiences on a weekly basis, and on to the legends of yesteryear, whose exploits are woven into…

12th January 2020

State of Mind completed the latest Mental Health First Aid England training for those hoping to help others in recognising and getting help for people who may be experiencing mental fitness issues

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