October 24, 2019

This Is My Brave Australia Central Coast Show was held as part of mental health month but it also happened to coincide with the end of National Carers Week.  As so it was an opportunity to open up a little and share a part of why Men Care Too has and continues to help...

October 18, 2019

Knowing how to help if someone was to have an accident or experience a medial emergency is a relatively simple thing to learn and having a bit of knowledge in an emergency situation can help keep you and the patient calm until help arrives.

Thanks to training organised...

September 8, 2019

In April next year, the Federal Government starts rolling out a new service delivery model designed for improved access to information and supports for carers, but will it help men in caring roles?

Years in the making, the Australia wide network of Carer Gateway service...

August 11, 2019

Under 70 days out from the inaugural This is My Brave Australia Central Coast Show and we are proud to share an update that following an introduction to storytelling workshop and 2 days of auditions held in late July, we have a cast of storytellers who will step on sta...

June 29, 2019

One in four Australians lives with a mental health challenge and most of us have family or friends who are affected. Talking about the way people live with, through and beyond a mental health challenge can be the most powerful way to support and encourage others.

Storyt...

June 15, 2019

To mark Men’s Health Week on the NSW Central Coast, Men Care Too hosted a forum for local health, social and community workers and volunteers to connect with each other, learn about local initiatives and discuss strategies to better support the priority populations ide...

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National telephone support, information and referral service for men Men's Line Ph:1800 789 978

Men Care Too is auspiced by The Iris Foundation and 

Projects are proudly funded by The Elderslee Foundation

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