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We are here to build confidence in young people to seek support for mental health

Read the Play is a unique program that uses young people’s engagement with sport and connection to their local club to deliver important messages that improve mental health literacy and knowledge about where to seek help for mental health problems. 

Read the Play has been continuously evaluated and refined over many years and impressed me with its strong focus on partnering with the local community.”

Dr Kate Hall

Head of Mental Health and Wellbeing, AFL

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We are here to build confidence in young people to seek support for mental health:

Fun and interactive programs
Support player wellbeing in sporting clubs
Improving mental health awareness
Removing the stigma of mental health in the community
We help players, parents and sporting clubs

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What do we do?
Read the Play is a mental health literacy program designed for the junior levels of sports clubs. It imparts information about mental illness through engaging the young players in fun and interactive games, thereby helping to remove the stigma and increase help seeking behaviour.

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Parent Youth Mental Health Course 

READ THE PLAY

Raising awareness of young people’s health issues and guiding them to the relevant support services.

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