mental health support for men
Men’s Support Groups based in Surrey, offered Nationwide.
Are you looking for men’s support groups? We are at the forefront of encouraging greater openness about the mental health issues men face. From depression and addiction to financial pressures and loneliness, getting things off your chest is the first step to feeling better and looking to the future.
Social pressure and assumed gender roles often mean men end up internalising their feelings and, as a result, delay or put off asking for help. However, it is vital that the stigma surrounding men’s mental health is removed.
Mental Health Discussion Groups for Men
Here at The Lucy Rayner Foundation, we hold mental health discussion groups for men, where people from all walks of life can talk, listen and provide mutual support to one another. Whatever mental health issues you are facing, our weekly meetings in person and via zoom provide a safe space that is completely confidential and free of judgement.
All of our men’s group sessions are on an ad-hoc basis so people can show up as and when they please.
Face to Face & Online Men’s Support Groups
Our support groups for men are provided with both online and face-to-face meetings:
Monday's via Zoom
Meeting ID: 870 0163 5558
Time: 7pm – 8pm
Location: At Salford’s Village Hall
Time: 7pm – 8pm
Issues Men may deal with
Statistics show that men have a higher suicide rate and are more likely to turn to unhealthy coping methods like alcohol or gambling to deal with difficult feelings. However, by taking the first step, and approaching a charity such as The Lucy Rayner Foundation, individuals will quickly identify that they are not alone in their feelings.
With the support of those around you and by connecting with other like-minded individuals, we aim to normalise men seeking support and break down the barriers they are facing to tackle their mental health challenges.
We tackle various mental health issues that can affect men from all walks of life, including:
Sometimes you might find yourself in need of additional support outside of normal hours. That is why we also have a WhatsApp group, giving like-minded individuals another platform to feel understood and communicate freely on topics that matter most to them.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you are looking to join the virtual Men’s Group then yes just use the Meeting ID on Zoom to enter. If you are hoping to join our Face to Face Men’s Group then email us on email@example.com to secure your place.
Zoom meetings are 18 plus and our face to face meetings are 16 plus (if an adult is present)
Absolutely not, you are welcome to come, sit and listen. If this is the case, please do let us know prior to joining so we can give our group facilitator the heads up. Our Support groups will help you to build your confidence so that at some point, you will be able to share.
Yes, if you let us know you are attending, we can get a representative to meet you upon arrival.
We have created a Whatsapp Group which our men’s group members will join. This creates a platform for 24/7 support. If you would like to be involved, email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get in Touch
Would you like to learn more about men’s mental health support? Our friendly team are here to talk to you. Call us on 01737 910 907 to book an appointment. Alternatively, you can email us at email@example.com and a member of our team will respond to your enquiry as soon as possible.