About Us

It’s All About Men

At The Men’s Project, we are all about trying to break the stigma surrounding men’s mental health. We look to create a safe and welcoming environment where men can come and feel safe to talk about their mental health and the issues they suffer with.

Break the Stigma Surrounding men's mental health
To show men they are not alone
Make it easier for men to talk about their mental health


of suicides are men


Of people with mental health problems have not sought medical help

70 million

Working days are lost to mental health problems

1 in 5

Adults considered taking their own life

Our Mission

Our mission is to be a gateway for men, providing a safe and comfortable environment to discuss their mental health and the issues they face, and supporting them in obtaining the help they need. 

Our Vision

For The Men’s Mind Project to make a positive difference in people’s mental health and wellbeing and actively help men on their journey to positive mental health, without fear, prejudice or stigma.

Our History

We are a very young organisation but we are growing and bringing positive change, thanks to donations we have already started several men on their journey to recovery by helping fund their therapy.

Would You Like To Volunteer with The Men’s Mind Project?


Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make healthy choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood.

This is nothing against women, but unfortunately, most men will not open up in front of women. Many of the men who come to the group have not even told their wives or partner. So the Peer Support Group is men only. But there are many volunteer roles that ladies can get involved with. See our volunteer page.

The Peer Support Group meets every Monday on the first floor at Snodland Town Council, Waghorn Rd, Snodland ME6 5BQ from 7pm to 9pm

The simple answer is no. Only when you are ready. You are quite welcome to come along and just sit and listen. There is no pressure put on anyone to talk.

Meet Our Team

Tom Perry
Founder & Director
Malcolm Ellis-Leagas Director
Malcolm Ellis-Leagas


“If you are in any doubt in speaking out… I’ve turned to this group as had literally nothing else, after ringing all the national lines, etc. There is no judgement whatsoever and everyone, and I mean everyone is willing to help. Don’t sit in silence.”
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...Like-minded guys who are suffering similar problems are there to listen and support. We can talk without boundaries and it’s a good feeling to be able to do that. Men's Mind has most definitely helped me on my road to recovery.
Monday Peer Support Group
A great place to speak to people that are always ready to listen and offer support.
Monday Peer Support Group