Scroll down to find the right support for you, whether you just want some general information or real support aimed specifically at men who want to support their mental health.


Visit to learn about different types of mental health and get advice on how to deal with challenges and support positive mental health. Their website has everything from symptoms to how to improve your sleep patterns.


Ever feel like you just need to get something out, but don’t feel like you can talk to someone you know? 

Call, email, text or visit the Samaritans in person.

Call 116 123 or visit


Get advice online regarding mental health. Go to see a GP if you are experiencing symptoms for 2 weeks+. For urgent medical advice call 111.  If someone is seriously hurt or life is in danger call 999.


Call 0808 808 4994 or visit for advice on everything from mental health to money for under 25s.


Call 0800 068 4141 or visit for advice and support if you, or someone you know, is feeling suicidal.


Call Childline for free, and anonymously, to talk about anything that might be worrying or distressing you. The number will not appear on your phone bill. 

Call 0800 1111 or visit


Conversations about what it means to be a man, how to manage your emotions and where to get support if your emotions are becoming toxic.


Discussion and advice about men’s health, mental health and what it means to be a man. Movember 2019 is raising awareness of men’s mental health, so follow all the socials for tips and advice.


CALM is a mental health charity who are currently focusing on mental health in men- in particular suicide prevention.

They also have a sick range of resources:


Follow our socials on Instagram and Twitter (@letstalkfam) for updates, videos, motivation, positivity and general chat about mental health.