There is a culture in our society that men have to be tough, have to be strong. This can lead to men not reaching out for help when a mental health issue may be present. Among Canadians of all ages, four of every five suicides are male, and an average of eight men take their lives each day. Here are some resources that are specifically for men.


Anxiety BCWebsiteArticle on men and anxiety [E]Online (BC)
BroTalk1-866-393-5933Online and on the phone support for male teens [E/F]Canada
Canadian Men's Health Foundation604-737-2990Changing ideas and stereotypes of men's mental health [E/F]Online (Canada)
Criphase514-529-5567Services for men who were sexually abused as a child [E/F]Montreal
Eating Disorders of York Region's Riverwalk Wellness Centres905-886-6632Workshops and resources to understand eating disorders in men [E]ON
Father's Mental Health Network416-530-6154Resource for fathers who suffer from mental illness [E]Toronto
Heads Up GuysWebsiteHealth strategies for managing and preventing depression in men [E]Online
Health Canada - Men1-866-225-0709Resources for men's physical and mental health [E/F]Online (Canada)
Help GuideWebsiteArticle on depression in men [E]Online
Men's Health ResearchWebsiteResearch centre in BC aiming to reduce men's depression and suicide [E]Online (BC)
The Men's D.E.N.WebsiteA network to educate about men and depression [E/F]Canada
Movember Canada1-855-447-6966Helping men with mental illness live happier and healthier lives [E/F]Online (Canada)