Engagement

Connecting with Communities

The Centre for Male Health works closely with peak governing bodies, local organisations and community groups to improve health outcomes for men and boys. We are committed to promoting activities in the community and highlighting how we can work together to add value to existing initiatives.

Some of our partners include:

  • The Shed
  • Australian Men's Health Forum
  • Global Action on Men's Health
  • Mentoring Men
  • Australian Men's Shed Association
  • Parents Beyond Break Up
  • Anchor Health Group

For more information please contact CMH@westernsydney.edu.au

Men's Health Directory

The Men's Health Directory is a comprehensive resource showcasing some of the amazing organisations and community groups supporting men's health around Australia.  The directory is sectioned by state, making it easier for men to identify services and programs in their local area. The directory will be continuously updated as new organisations are registered, and is a great resource to share with your community, colleagues, and social networks as a way for men to get started.

Last updated 21/08/2023

The Shed

The Shed ‚Äčtargets Aboriginal men and supports people at risk of serious stress and suicide, generally on account of cumulative stress often due to disadvantaged situations.

The Shed is based in Emerton and meets the needs of many people and provides a platform of connection with many services such as public housing providers, legal services, financial counsellors, Probation and Parole, mental health services, Housing and employment services.

The Shed ‚Äčis supported by the Centre for Male Health and, through the experienced cultural workers, is regularly developing social wellbeing activities to support the health of men in the community.

For more information please contact CMH@westernsydney.edu.au