A safe, supportive space for males to openly discuss concerns around suicide
MATE (Men Ain't Talking Enough) provides a programme of support to reduce suicide risk, provide mental health education and training around suicide.
The programme is aimed towards males who are statistically more at risk of thinking about suicide, carrying out suicide behaviour, and are over three times likely to die by suicide than women. The programme will provide weekly peer to peer support groups, Therapeutic Peer, Emotional and Skills Support, Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) and Suicide First Aid (SFA) Accredited Training Courses, day-long mental health and wellbeing workshops.
Participants will have the opportunity to create social connections, build support networks and develop friendships within the community. Isolation and loneliness is detrimental to mental health and can increase suicide risk, through our project we can we help create stronger support links within the community and help individuals to develop a sense of community belonging.
If you are interested in joining MATE, please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
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