Carlisle United has been doing its bit to help de-stigmatise mental health problems.
Carers, staff and users of Cumbria's Mental Health Services were invited to the club to socialise and make new friends through football.
Players and coaches from the club are backing the initiative and were at the first session at Brunton Park.
Ryan Dollard has this report:
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