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ARPA/CoachSafely program aims to help youth coaches

ARPA/CoachSafely Initiative has reached 15,000 youth coaches in Alabama.

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ARPA and CoachSafely announce partnership under Coach Safely Act of 2018

The mission is keeping Alabama's children healthy, active and safe through youth sports.

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UNC study: Girls’ high school soccer concussion rates rival those for football

UNC researchers studied concussion rates for 20 high school sports. Girls' soccer was No. 2.

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Meet Dr. Jimmy Robinson, Alabama’s unsung MVP

He is also a valuable member of the CoachSafely Foundation advisory board.

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CoachSafely Foundation earns national recognition from Aspen Institute Project Play

CoachSafely was honored by the Aspen Institute‘s national Project Play initiative as a Project Play Champion at…

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Youth sports coaches, volunteers must do annual safety training

The Alabama Department of Public Health is reminding youth sports volunteers about new required annual…

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Helping Youth Coaches Prevent Sports Injuries

The CoachSafely Foundation has created a standard with its training course, which all youth coaches…

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Alabama Leads Effort to Reduce Sports Injuries

A group of athletes, doctors and public health professionals from Alabama are leading a national…

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Vestavia Hills Creates Partnership Program with CoachSafely Foundation

Vestavia Hills adopts and partners with the CoachSafely Foundation.

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Jasper implements Coach Safely Act

Jasper first city in the state to implement Coach Safely Act.

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