SOUTH Sydney captain Greg Inglis has entered a mental health rehabilitation facility.
The Rabbitohs issued a statement late on Wednesday afternoon to advise the public of the situation.
Inglis entered the facility last week and will undergo a series of programs and treatments to assist with his mental health.
The club said it will not be making any further comment.
Paul Kent told NRL 360 Inglis admitted himself to the facility and is planning to stay in there for three weeks.
Inglis, 30, has not played a game since round one when he ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament.
The superstar fullback will not play for the Rabbitohs again this season and is likely to miss the World Cup at the end of the year.
Inglis has previously promoted the NRL’s State Of Mind campaign and has done work with mental health programs.
In 2015, Queensland and Australian teammate Darius Boyd revealed how Inglis helped him during his own problems with mental health.
Boyd said Inglis was one of the few people who visited him when Boyd was in a mental health facility in 2014, and credited his representative teammate partly for his recovery.