Resources for men’s mental health

Here’s just a selection of the rich resources to support men’s mental health. Explore our full range via our website:

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Conrad D. Promoting men’s mental health. 2010

Broom A. Men’s health: body, identity and social context. 2009

Morgan J F. The invisible man: a self-help guide for men with eating disorders, compulsive exercising and bigorexia. 2008

Langley J. Boys get anorexia too: coping with male eating disorders in the family. 2006

Lew M. Victims no longer : the classic guide for men recovering from sexual child abuse. 2nd edition. 2004



American Journal of Men’s Health


Evidence searches carried out on Men’s Mental Health

We provide evidence to inform patient care, service improvement, research and clinical teaching. Recent searches we’ve provided include:

Male suicide prevention projects

Causes of high suicide rate of men aged 44-55


Web resources

Mental Health Foundation

Since 1949, the Mental Health Foundation has been the UK’s leading charity for everyone’s mental health. With prevention at the heart of what they do, they aim to find and address the sources of mental health problems so that people and communities can thrive.


ManHealth is a Community Interest Company who provides support to men through a range of methods including training and peer support. They support men experiencing mental health issues through peer support groups which are all ran by male facilitators who have a lived experience. Their training is centred on health inequalities affecting men and they campaign to raise awareness about men’s health.

Men’s Health Forum

The Men’s Health Forum is a charity supporting men’s health in England, Wales and Scotland.  The Men’s Health Manifesto which can be found on the Men’s Health Forum website sets out the changes needed to tackle the high rate of premature deaths in men.