Health & Wellbeing
Wests Tigers Inspire Respect Program
Rugby League is a powerful vehicle for inspiring positive in our communities. There are resonating themes which are closely aligned to what children lean in school about health, wellbeing and physical education and what the game of rugby league can offer.
Wests Tigers Inspire Respect program aims to provide an interactive learning experience for primary aged students (stage 3-4) that inspires young individuals. The Inspire Respect program touches on two key dimensions, including the students need to lean about respect and students being able to demonstrate respect. The Wests Tigers Inspire Respect program is directly related to the Australian Curriculum.
For further information about Wests Tigers Inspire Respect program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wests Tigers Moving Forward
This program is aimed at using the benefits of physical activity to improve the mental health and wellbeing of those in disadvantaged groups.
The program teaches participants about exercise, teamwork and positive self-talk to help tackle physical and mental health issues.
Wests Tigers currently work with:
- We Help Ourselves (WHOS) — Provides a range of evidenced-based therapeutic programs and projects targeting individuals seeking a treatment goal of abstinence.
- South Western Sydney Local Health District Mental Health Services — Provides quality mental health care to residents across south western Sydney. The services provide assessment and treatment for a range of mental health needs. Their priorities are early intervention and promoting mental health in our community.
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Donations to this project will fund programs and initiatives related to Elite Development, Community Engagement and Heritage.