Let our Ambassador David Tag introduce you to MenWalkTalk.
There's much to see here. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about us.
We hope you find your way around our site and if you have any questions, drop us a line.
Men– I am talking to you!
Walk– It’s good for you, your mental health and your physical health!
Talk– because there is more evidence to support talking over isolation!
Traditionally, men often avoid seeking support but we can change this, by providing that support in a more accessible and easy way.
Together, we want to reduce the number of male suicides, we want to provide a community of support for guys to know they are not alone and they can speak up.
We'd love to see more people involved in this men's mental health initiative, promoting positive change together!
Message us below if you want to get involved and help establish new groups across the UK or visit our volunteer page for more info about volunteering opportunities.
If you're on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, click the button below to come and give us a follow!
Invite your friends, family and colleagues to our pages to help spread the importance of Men's Mental Health and to inform more guys about the amazing opportunity they have of starting a MenWalkTalk group across the UK.
If you know that men in your community, workplace or networks would benefit from a MenWalkTalk group near them.
Download a poster or flyer and put them up wherever you think is appropriate!
Get a snap and post it on social media #MenWalkTalk
MenWalkTalk is not able to offer urgent support or crisis help.
Please consider the following if you need immediate support:
- Attend your local A&E department.
- Contact your local Mental Health Line
- Contact the Samaritans TEL: 116 123 (Contactable 24hours)
- Request an urgent appointment with your GP
- Check out our list of useful crisis support and resources on our 'Contact Us' page.