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SmartRugby

CLICK ON LINK FOR MORE INFORMATION
SmartRugby is Australian Rugby’s Occupational Health & Safety program which helps to provide a
safe environment for all players at all levels. Incorporating the practices of the SmartRugby into
your training sessions will help to ensure you are coaching your players to be capable and confident in contact.
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Rugby-Insurance

Click on the picture above to find more information on Rugby & Sports Insurance –  www.aru.com.au

 

 

 

For Local Rugby News in South Australia – Click in the picture

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Lifeline-logo13 11 14 Provide 24-hour telephone counselling services with the national accessible number for the cost of local call. This is available through 42 Lifeline Centres across Australia. We offer face-to-face counselling services in many Lifeline Centres. Types of services and counselling service themes vary from one centre to another based on the specific needs of each regional or local area.

 

 

 

 

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1800 55 18 00 Kids Help Line is Australia’s only free, confidential and anonymous, 24-hour telephone and online counselling service specifically for young people aged between five and eighteen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Drug1300 13 13 40 Drug & Alcohol Services SA offers a range of prevention, treatment, information, education and community-based services for all South Australians.

 

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Quit_header13 78 48 In Australia, tobacco use causes more ill health and premature death than any other drug. In 1998, an Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) report estimated that active and passive smoking caused over 19,000 Australian lives to be lost – around 82% of all drug caused deaths. It has been estimated that around half of all smokers will die from smoking related diseases.

 

 

 

 

Breast-Cancer-Foundation-Logo-1024x669The Breast Cancer Site was founded to help offer free mammograms to women in need — women for whom early detection would not otherwise be possible. Since its launch in October 2000, the site has established itself as a leader in online activism and in the fight to prevent breast cancer deaths. The issue of breast cancer is painfully close to many people’s hearts. Each year, 211,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer and 43,300 die. Almost everyone knows someone whose life has been affected by a breast cancer diagnosis or that of a loved one. The Breast Cancer Site provides a feel-good way to help promote awareness and prevent breast cancer deaths every day — through easy online activities.