Next month marks the second anniversary of the Mental Health Charter for Sport and Recreation, as supported by the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) since March 2015.
Established by the Sport and Recreation Alliance, alongside the Professional Players Federation and with support from the mental health charity Mind, the Charter sets out how sport can use its collective power to tackle mental ill health and the stigma that surrounds it.
Today the WPBSA launches its new ‘Your Cue to Talk’ campaign, as we look to further raise awareness of the support available to players who may be struggling with their mental health and to encourage players to speak to out and talk to people who may be able to help them.
WPBSA spoke to world number 88 Mitchell Mann, who in recent years has himself gone through difficult times away from the table and today CLICK HERE TO READ MORE
This article was originally published at WorldSnooker.com