First Mental Health Conference in Tameside – Quest Media Network
The Anthony Seddon Fund hosted Tameside’s first Men’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference at Dukinfield Town Hall.
The special event was a free conference on mental health and wellbeing designed to highlight the support available for men in Tameside.
The Ashton-based charity has been joined by a host of organizations that provide support for men with mental health issues in Tameside, such as: Talk About It, Mate; Dad counts; United Angels; Survivors Manchester and the LGBT Foundation, among others.
Throughout the day a number of speakers took to the stage to share their inspiring, and at times moving, stories about mental health and the different types of support available in Tameside for people with similar issues.
A number of local organizations set up information stands at the conference which provided a fantastic opportunity for different organizations to come together to find out more about the other services on offer to support Tameside residents and hopefully -the, inspire future groups and partnerships working to better support men’s mental health. go forward.
About 100 people attended last week’s event, including members of the public, and the conference was very well received by all in attendance and excellent feedback was received.
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