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Ulster GAA Health is Wealth

Within this Microsite you will find information on the Health & Wellness inititaves currently offered by Ulster GAA. Clubs can also find resources on policies within our Club Resources Section. For further information please visit the Contacts page.


Our Programmes

Mental Wellbeing

Take 5 Steps to Wellbeing

This programme aims to inform people about everyday things we can do in order to look after, and improve, our mental wellbeing.

Mental Health

Heads up

The Heads Up Campaign has been developed to assist GAA clubs in Ulster to promote mental wellbeing among members.

University Wellbeing

Drink, Drugs & Sausage Rolls

DDSR provides advice for new University Students on how to be safe and health whilst enjoying themselves.

Substance Abuse


The ASAP programme offers advice on how alcohol and illegal drugs can affect your performance.

General Health

Children's Health Booklet

This resource is aimed at Younger club members containing important information regarding health and wellbeing.

General Health

Defibrillator Information

Find out information on Defivrilator's from the official GAA Defibrilator guidelines for clubs.

Blood Donation

Blood Sub

Ulster GAA have teamed up with the Irish Blood Transfusion Service and NI Blood Transfusion Service to increase blood donations.

Road Safety

Live to Play

Provide your young club members with valuable Road Safety information through a series of Road Safety games and posters.

Healthy Eating

Healthy Hamper

The ‘Healthy Hamper’ aims to get children in Ulster, more active, more often, as well as focusing on healthy eating habits.

General Health

Adult Health Resource

The Adult Health Resource booklet is the third in a series to promote Health and Wellness among its members.

General Health

Cardiac Awareness

Information on Cardiac Awareness services for GAA members including the GAA Cardiac Awareness Questionnaire.

General Health


From 1st January 2014, the GAA rule to wear a mouthguard is now mandatory for all players.

Have a question about any of our programmes?

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Contact us today to find out more about how our programmes can be applied within your club.

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