New Men’s Mental Health Website and online support service has been launched – With videos about DIY, cooking, exercise, gardening and more, the Listening Room is where men in Leeds can talk to a trained listener, bookable until 9pm.

Armley Helping Hands is pleased to announce that the Don’t Call Me Old project, in partnership with Public Health Leeds, is launching a brand new website aimed at men who are struggling with their mental health.

The website has been devised to be easy to use and accessible. There are a number of buttons that lead to various activities and video’s ranging from DIY, Cooking, Gardening and Organisations around Leeds. The video are been presented by service users, volunteers and partners from local organisation, community and businesses.

The website has got access to a central booking service for the Listening Room. The Listening Room is a space where men can access a trained listener in a non-judgemental and supportive environment.

The Listening Room works in a very individual way with each client, offering a confidential and safe environment in which to explore thoughts and feelings. Whatever your dilemma, maybe you have suffered a trauma or bereavement and are finding it difficult to cope, perhaps you’re suffering with anxiety or depression. Whether you need help with issues from your past or in your everyday life, anxiety caused by the pandemic. Working with a listener, on a one to one basis and at your own pace can be very beneficial.

By listening to you with empathy and understanding, and by making you feel safe, you form a trusting relationship enabling you to talk confidentially about your worries, without being judged.

To book a free and confidential Leeds Listening Room appointment


Call: Michael Howard on 0113 2799292

Email: [email protected]