The EFL is supporting Mental Health Awareness Week as the EFL Trust and our clubs continue to do fantastic work in this area using the power of football.Mental Health Awareness Week, running from 8th to 14th May, is a national campaign coordinated by the Mental Health Foundation and this year’s theme is ‘Surviving or Thriving?’.
Nearly two thirds of people have admitted they have experienced a mental health problem, following a survey from the Mental Health Foundation.
The Professional Footballers’ Association provides support in this area for its members, with footballers seeking advice from the body.
And the work in football doesn’t stop there, as numerous EFL clubs run programmes in their local communities focused towards mental health, including Notts County and their ‘Right Mind’ programme
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