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. While many offer online and international support, some are local.

 

#phenoMENalAct is not associated with any of these organizations.

Domestic Abuse

One in Three- "The One in Three Campaign is Australia’s national campaign to raise awareness of the existence and needs of male victims of family violence. Our website provides:

"Support and advice for male victims of family violence and abuse."

"Opportunities for men to tell their story and read stories from other men"

"A comprehensive list of national and international services and resources"

And more.

Shrink4Men- "I help men trying to end abusive relationships and/or developing coping strategies while still in the relationship. While, I also work with women seeking to heal from abusive relationships, the majority of my clientele are men.

"Additionally, I also work with family members who seek to help a son, daughter, brother or sister in an abusive relationship, new spouses of men with abusive exes still causing conflict and adult children of narcissistic and borderline parents. Many of my clients struggle with codependency and a history of trauma bond based relationships.

 

Dad Surviving Divorce- "This channel is focused on helping people survive when divorcing a narcissistic ex when kids are involved. Breaking free from a narcissistic abusive relationship is complicated enough but when you add kids into the mix what are you supposed to do? This site will strive to answer those questions and provide you real-world experience to help you through the process."

Sexual Abuse

Survivors UK- "We provide a national online helpline, individual and group counselling for boys, men and non-binary people aged 13+ who have experienced sexual violence at any time in their lives. We also offer emotional support through the justice system, support for friends and families of survivors, and training for professionals and organisations."

1in6"We offer a wide range of information and services for men with histories of unwanted or abusive sexual experiences, and anyone who cares about them. Some of our resources include:

"A 24/7 online helpline where men and the people who care about them can chat one-on-one with a trained advocate.
 

"Free and confidential weekly online support groups for men who have experienced sexual abuse or assault.
 

"A wealth of useful information on topics related to male sexual abuse and assault, including answers to common questions."

Phil Mitchell- "I am a qualified and senior accredited therapist who has provided counselling/psychotherapy to hundreds of people since 2004. I have significant experience in working with stress, anxiety and more. I have significant specialist experience in working with boys and men who have experienced recent or historic sexual abuse, assaults and exploitation."

False Accusations

Save Our Sons- "This site is dedicated to the families whose college sons have been falsely accused of sexual misconduct."

Title IX for All- "We advocate data, fairness, and egalitarianism for men and boys in academia. Visit our website for databases on Title IX lawsuits, OCR investigations and more!"

Depression

HeadsUpGuys- "What started as a simple survey in the waiting room of a doctor’s office, became the catalyst for creating HeadsUpGuys. Men clearly indicated they were having suicidal thoughts on the survey, yet failed to mention these thoughts to the doctor they were about to see.

 

"This led us to creating an online, anonymous resource specifically designed for men, and their families, to prevent the continued erosion of men’s mental health and deaths by suicide."

"HeadsUpGuys’ content is derived from evidence-based research and includes both clinician and patient perspectives to ensure the accuracy and relatability of our content."

Tough Talk- "We create therapeutic tools for the community to use for their own mental health. All tools created by Sam O'Sullivan, Clinical Psychologist."

Therapy For Black Men- "TherapyForBlackMen.org was born from the idea that Black men and boys face unique challenges and stigmatization, and therefore need a dedicated space for seeking and finding mental health support. We’ve made it our mission to strip away that stigmatization and ease the process of finding help. By providing targeted resources and a database filled with professionals equipped to support men of color, our users can now obtain the help they need and deserve."

Child Custody

How I Got Custody- "I was dragged into family court and quickly learned how to fight without a lawyer. I won over and over against a seasoned lawyer with 17 years experience and got full custody. The mom continued to drag me into court and I beat up on her new lawyer with 50 years experience. Now I share all my knowledge and what worked for me by:

"(1) Free videos [on YouTube] and on Instagram

"(2) 1-on-1 consultations

"(3) I also sell packets of winning docs and legal research I've compiled over the years"

Ryan Thomas Speaks- "I help alienated and rejected parents get their children back during and after divorce or custody battles, by showing them exactly what to say and do to save the relationship. While your attorney protects your legal rights, we focus on the daily interactions and communications that will determine whether you have a relationship or not when its over. I use my real-life experience of rejecting a parent for 2 decades, to share an inside perspective of exactly how to reach your child."

Jana Herde- "It doesn’t matter if you regret not being in your daughter’s life and you want to reconnect, or if you were not able to be with her because of parental alienation. If you are looking for tailored and specialized guidance, support and coaching, this is for you.

"I do know first hand how complex and fragile a difficult father-daughter relationship can be, specially if there is no proper bond or healthy interaction anymore. Let’s talk and get you the help you really need in your situation!"

Eating Disorders

Walden Behavioral Care- "What makes our system of care unique is that each person has a dedicated team to understand them and their specific needs. We never want anyone to feel like they have to ‘start over’ when a new level of care is needed. Our team of empathetic, welcoming and highly-trained eating disorder specialists is in constant communication with each other regarding the care of each patient and their family.

"Today, Walden Behavioral Care is a nationally recognized leader in the treatment of eating disorders. We work with most major insurance companies to help you get the care and coverage you need and deserve."

Eating Disorder Hope- "Eating Disorder Hope’s mission is to offer hope, information, and resources to individual eating disorder sufferers, their family members, and treatment providers. The organization began with the help and advice of colleagues, professors, and other organizations specializing in eating disorders. EDH was founded in January 2005."

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