Rugby League Cares’s expertise in delivering successful mental health initiatives was recognised when the charity took part in a recent round-table event featuring a panel of geotechnical engineers, industry body representatives and mental health advocates. The event was hosted by Ground Engineering magazine and set out to discuss how the needs of employees in the […]Read More
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A health and mental wellbeing programme delivered by Rugby League Cares to NHS staff in the North West has been shortlisted for a prestigious award. ‘RL Cares for the NHS’ has supported more than 3,200 NHS workers in Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust since its launch in the summer of 2021 and […]Read More
Rugby League Cares is changing the sport’s approach to personal health by delivering a ground-breaking ‘whole person wellbeing’ programme that teaches people the skills they need to take care of their own lives. Led by the charity’s Wellbeing and Projects Manager Steve Hardisty, the whole person wellbeing curriculum comprises six interactive, evidence-based sessions that explore […]Read More
Rugby League Cares is delighted to announce that it has secured funding that will enable the charity to deliver its hugely successful mental fitness programme, Offload to men working in the construction industry. The delivery is being made possible by a grant from the men’s health charity Movember’s ‘Scaling What Works’ initiative, which aims to […]Read More
Rugby League Cares supports the Government’s survey into Acquired Brain Injury, which includes injuries sustained in sport. We encourage current and former Rugby League players who have experienced the effects of acquired brain injury to participate in a new Government survey which will assist in building the Government strategy. Please follow the link above to […]Read More