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Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders

The Smithfield Youth Soccer Association in conjunction with The Substance Use and Mental Health Leadership Council of RI presents a panel discussion about the prevalence of mental health and substance use disorders among our youth and young adults. 

Please join us:

Date: Wednesday May 30th

Time: 6-8 PM

Location: Smithfield High School

Despite our efforts to address the recent and continuing growth in prevalence of mental health and substance use disorders among our youth and young adults, there remains a need to educate school officials, communities, and families.  This program is designed for parent and students to raise their level of awareness about risk factors and available community resources.  A panel of treatment and prevention professionals will share their expertise and experience on all aspects of these issues.  A Q&A period will follow the presentations.  There will also be materials available for future reference.

 


SYSA Fall Rec Registration

The registration for Rec season will be open from 6/1 to 7/1.

Price is 85 per player with a max family fee of 250

Late fee will be applied to registrations after 7/2 and there will be NO max per family fee

The theme for the Rec Season is going to be the World Cup in honor of the tournament being played this year.

Opening Day will be on 9/8/2018




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SYSA Alumni Achievements
 
 
 
Click Here for a list of SYSA alumni who have worked hard and achieved the chance to further their soccer career at the collegiate level.   We are very proud of their accomplishments and hard work.  All SYSA members can use their success to help us train harder knowing hard work pays off.
 
 

Director of Coaching Development

We are sorry to announce that Michael Needham will be moving on from working with our coaches and teams.  Mike has taken a coaching position at Ohio State University, effective immediately.  The board will look into a replacement and if the right person is found all coaches and players should benefit from his/her training.