If you or any man you know is being abused or dealing with issues like depression, false allegations, eating disorders, etc., here are some people and organizations that can help.
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One in Three- Australian campaign, but offers many resources for those outside the continent, including a directory of organizations beyond these lists.
Shrink4Men- Therapist for abused men. Also helps men avoid toxic relationships. Gives free advice via blog, social media, and YouTube.
Dad Surviving Divorce- Duane, via his website, podcast and YouTube, helps dads who are/were in toxic relationships.
Survivors UK- Provides a national helpline, and individual & group counselling for males 13 and up.
1in6- Features free and confidential online support groups, a 24/7 helpline with trained advocates, and info about male abuse.
Counsellor in Leeds- Phil Mitchell has 20+ years of experience in helping men and boys. Available for Zoom and in-person appointments.
FACT- Helps men who were falsely accused at work. Has a helpline, and their site tells what to do in police interviews, how to appeal, etc.
Title IX for All- Mainly helps college students. Provides databases for attorneys, school histories of Title IX lawsuits, and more.
Survivors of False Allegations- A program of Canadian Centre for Men and Families. Provides case advocacy and an online support group.
HeadsUpGuys- Includes guides to fixing symptoms such as sleep issues and isolation from friends.
Tough Talk- Creates therapeutic tools for depressed men and their loved ones.
Therapy For Black Men- Provides targeted resources and professionals equipped to support men of color.
How I Got Custody- James has been there and done it, and now gives free tips to dads and provides the tools to beat seasoned lawyers.
Ryan Thomas Speaks- After 2 decades of being alienated from his dad, Ryan helps families out of that situation.
Jana Herde- Jana, who lived through the struggle, coaches dads who were alienated from or have broken relationships with their daughters.
Walden Behavioral Care- Has inpatient, residential, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient programs. Accepts most major insurance.
Eating Disorder Hope- An online community that provides resources, such as a search engine for treatment centers.
Veritas Collaborative- Has multiple treatment centers for kids and adults, and a virtual program. Works with you to build a personalized plan.