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Mental Health Support & Activities

Maldon Men's Shed

Call: 07906 152444 (Phil Kinsman)

We are open on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings from 10am to 1pm, and Wednesday afternoon from 1.30pm to 4pm.

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Male Voiced

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MaleVoicED is a national organisation with a mission to support males battling eating disorders, disordered eating and the co-morbid conditions. MaleVoicED raises awareness males and eating disorders through online information,...

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Call: 01273 911680

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The adopted term of ‘MAN UP’ as we know it, needs to be challenged. Don’t just brush yourself down & get on with it. That's our focus, that’s our mission.

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Mates FC

Call: 07725 582699

Mates FC’s goal is not about being the best team in the league or getting the right players. Their goal is to get people back into football and use the...

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Men 4 Mental Health Support

0333 032 2958

The course is open to any men aged 18-35 living in Essex (excluding Southend and Thurrock). There is the option to attend face to face or online. This course is...

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Men Who Talk

Call: 02045018562

Welcome to Men Who Talk, a registered charity working hard to improve the mental health and wellbeing of men across the UK. Founded in January 2022, all our services are...

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Men's Health Forum

Call: 0330 097 0654

Mental health support for men.

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Call: 01268 493468

A male voice choir with a difference, expanding its repertoire to provide a broad-based appeal for modern day audiences. The choir offers a warm welcome to both would-be and experienced...

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Mid and North East Essex Mind

Call: 01206 764600

We believe no one should have to face a mental health problem alone. That’s why we are here for you. Whether you’re stressed, depressed or in crisis, we’ll listen, give...

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Call: 0300 123 3393

Mind provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. They campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.

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Community Facebook support page.

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