Dylan Hartley, retired England rugby captain
The Red Roses
See how the Red Roses talk about mental wellbeing
David Beeney, Mental Health Expert
This resource that has been created specifically for the community game includes information and signposting to support people finding specialist help.
Take a look at five posters for your clubhouse, to help mental wellbeing at your club.
It’s important to take care of yourself and get the most from life. Here are 10 practical ways to look after your mental health from the Mental Health Foundation.
The Mental Health Foundation talks about how physical activity is good for your body, as well as your mental health and wellbeing.
The Mental Health Foundation guide on how to understand and support women’s mental health.
When someone is experiencing a mental health problem, supportive and reliable information can change his or her life. Follow the link for England Rugby's recommended sources of information and support.
Resources on how to cope with the easing of restrictions and return to normality.
Here you'll find details on services and organisations that you can speak to, if you need advice and support with your mental health.
If you have a health plan - remember you have access to a 24/7 confidential help line
that offers compassionate support and structured counselling whatever challenges you face.
Log in to your account and visit My Wellbeing for more information.
The Mental Health Foundation is the leading charity for everyone’s mental health. With prevention at the heart of what we do, we aim to find and address the sources of mental health problems so that people and communities can thrive. We are also the home of Mental Health Awareness Week. This takes place from 10-16 May this year and the theme is “Nature”.
For more information about the Foundation, visit their website www.mentalhealth.org.uk.
RugbySafe, supported by Simplyhealth, is the RFU’s overarching player safety and wellbeing programme, putting player welfare at the heart of the game and covering how the game should be played and managed to ensure that rugby is as safe as possible.
The RFU provides guidance and resources for all rugby activity organisers on what needs to be in place to create a fun and safe playing environment. RFU training courses and development opportunities for coaches, match officials, teachers and other volunteers, increase awareness of the game’s key safety elements.
The RFU also engages in key safety research, with findings used to inform the game.
To get you started, our free health and wellbeing app, SimplyMe helps you stay on track with your mental health, heart, sleep, weight and activity.
With access to easy to understand insights and daily mood check-ins.