WARRNAMBOOL wants to build on its culture of off-field support and care.
The Blues will host a mental health education session on Wednesday night through Melbourne-based charity Outside The Locker Room.
Blues football president Ken Radley said the entire club was invested in the initiative. "All of our senior footballers and netballers will be in attendance," he said.
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"It includes our families, our footballers, netballers and supporters. Given the stresses of COVID and pressures on young people today we're mindful of it."
The session will cover the signs and symptoms of ill mental health and how to support a person enduring difficulties.
The event will run from 7.30pm to 8.30pm at the Warrnambool Football Netball Club rooms.
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