NBA and player unions provide mental health program for players from lolgavip's blog

According to NBA official website reporter David Aldridge, the NBA and NBA Live Coins the players union have begun to cooperate to provide a mental health program for the players in the league.

Aldridge pointed out that this was the result of discussions between the league and the player's union in the past year, which provided the players with opportunities to seek counseling and treatment outside their team's area.

The NBA and the Players Union are working to appoint a mental health officer to run the project.

With the establishment of this new project, the league is also reviewing the mental health system for the WNBA and the Development Alliance. It will also extend mental health to youth basketball, including the Jr. NBA League and the NBA Fit Basketball Camp.

This season, the issue of mental health has become a hot topic in the NBA. Several players, including Raptor defender DeMar DeRozan, Cavalier forward Kevin Love, and Wizards forward Kelly Ubray have discussed this publicly. A topic.

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Added Mar 15 '18


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