To deliver innovative programs in partnership with sporting clubs that empower young people to take control of their mental health and well-being.

One in four young people between the ages of 15 – 24 will experience a mental health problem in any 12-month period. 75% of mental illnesses first occur in people aged 15 to 24, yet . . . only one in four young people with mental health problems receive professional help.

The aims of Read the Play are to:

•    Increase knowledge and awareness about mental health problems
•    Increase knowledge about local support services
•    Increase confidence and skills in guiding our youth to relevant support services

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


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

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