Football and mental health have made headlines in recent weeks with a growing number of players revealing they've had to seek help with the issue.
Last week, Everton winger Aaron Lennon was detained under the Mental Health Act over fears for his safety.
But the beautiful game can help those battling the problem. In Monday night's programme, Derek Johnson talked with the Swale Tigers, a football team made of players with mental health issues.
He spoke to manager Toni Golden, and co-founder, Matt Bromley.
It's Mental Health Awareness Week. We feature Falklands veteran Matt Stoodley who suffered for years from post-traumatic stress disorder.
Character behaviours to be aware of loved ones and those around us that may need some help overcoming mental health issues.
Time to Change charity are highlighting the mental health battles people face so they can help