International Men’s Day 2019
We had an amazing day yesterday celebrating International Men’s Day 2019! We saw over 80 men gather together and create a wonderful, supportive atmosphere to openly talk about mental health. The Mayor of Rochdale, Cllr Billy Sheerin welcomed everyone and shared the importance of men’s health issues and encouraged men to access regular health checks and support. Darren Bee the NW Time to Change Lead for Communities and Equalities spoke about the Time to Change campaign. Time to Change is a growing social movement working to change the way we all think and act about mental health problems. For further information please visit www.time-to-change.org.uk or contact Darren directly on [email protected]
We’ve loved reading through all the lovely, positive and supportive comments from the day…
Some of our favourites!
Thank you to everyone that attended from our community and shared their story and support for helping tackle these statistics.
Special thanks to the Mayor of Rochdale, Cllr Billy Sheerin and Mind (Time to Change) in London, Macmillan, Allied Health Diabetes, Community Connectors, Rochdale HealthWatch, Stroke Society and Thinking Ahead for your support.
We exist to ensure that people do not face mental health issues alone and can lead their lives free from stigma and discrimination. We promote and protect good mental health and wellbeing for everyone in Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale, Bury and N.E. Lancashire.
If you would like support from us to improve your mental health and wellbeing please visit our self-referrals page here
We will not give up until everyone experiencing a mental health issue gets both support and respect.
On Monday 18th November 2019 we will be celebrating International Men’s Day and we would love to see you there!
Come and join us at our FREE event and enjoy…
Wellbeing Information Stalls
Indian head massage
…and lots more!
This event will be held at
Apna Ghar, KYP, Belfield Road, Rochdale OL16 2UP
The doors will be open between 12:30pm – 3:30pm, we look forward to seeing you there.
For more information please contact Shagufta on 01706 752 341 or 07837 805 205
Author: Paula Hall
Posted on: 28th October 2019