[Shining the light on Men’s Health & Well-being in Australia]
~ Men’s Events VIC ~
Men’s Discussion group:
Surrey Hills Neighbourhood house.
157 Union Rd, Surrey Hills, Vic, 3127
[ smoko provided – just $4.50, Fridays 9:30 – 11:30, fortnightly]
Meets up to share views on events and other topics over morning tea.
It’s where men meet to listen and contribute with other men and share
their knowledge and experiences as a safe space environment.
The initiative aims to enhance the health, well-being and lifestyle
of older men as part of the OM:NI network, an award winning program
supported by COTA with over 20 groups meeting throughout Melbourne.
Further details contact: 03 9890 2467 [ Neighbourhood house]
Melbourne Men’s support groups… Build a Brotherhood.
A place to chat… or listen, encourage or be encouraged, contribute as a peer or simply participate as a supporter of men & families…
Every 1st & 3rd Thursday of the month…
Meetings take place in the Tennis rooms / Men’s shed, Mooroolbark, Cnr of Croydondale Drive and Ellen Rd, Mooroolbark.
Park in the fenced area in the top car park.
Walk through the gate to the tennis club which is behind the tennis courts. Please bring a gold coin donation to help cover utility costs we may use – refreshments available.
Look forward to seeing you all.
Melbourne’s population is just under 4.5 million, 49% (!?) are blokes, Men & Boys, mostly trying to make a “better” world for themselves AND others.
Here is a group of roughly a dozen men who meet up on a voluntary level to glean from a passionate professional… including a passionate “sister” of a brother who died from suicide.
This is inspiring and encouraging… check it out for yourself OR for someone you know!
See here: Facebook/Build-A-Brotherhood.
Peta Kerryn statement:
I lost my brother to suicide which made me realize the lack of support for men’s mental health. We are trying to build a brotherhood to help put an end to men suffering in silence. Men who do not know one another coming together to build a brotherhood. Hosted by myself and a trained family therapist/drug and alcohol counsellor wanting to put a stop to men suffering in silence…