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  • Mental Health and Wellbeing Poster for Clubs

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  • MHeLP

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    Mental health issues are very common. They're the number one reason for New Zealanders and Australians to visit their GP.

    Physical activity has a critical role to play in preventing the onset of mental health illness and it’s treatment.

    MHeLP is a cutting edge Mental Health eLearning Program developed under the guidance of international mental health and exercise experts.

    Designed for the New Zealand and Australian leisure and community support sectors the program equips workers and volunteers with strategies to support themselves and others in times which are challenging to our mental health.

    It is completely free, self-paced and earns learners two continuing education credits (CECs).

    We encourage your participation and ask you to promote participation with others.

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  • Mental Health in Sport and Recreation Clubs

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    Orygen - The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health have created a toolkit for sporting organisations. The four-part suite of resources has been designed to help sporting organisations support the mental wellbeing of young people aged 12-24 years.

    It includes the following resources;

    • Toolkit: containing eight actions, this toolkit aims to provide sporting organisations with a clear framework and some practical tools to ensure that they are supporting young peoples’ mental health and wellbeing.
    • Checklist: once you have read the toolkit, use the checklist to tick off the ways your club can provide a safe and inclusive environment for players guide:
    • A practical guide to identifying and helping young people with signs of mental ill-health
    • A video: a discussion featuring a young person, coach and research expert on how to have conversations about mental health in community sport.

    Good Sports summarize what mental health in sport is and talk about why clubs need to include mental health in their policies.