|Canberra Men’s Centre|
Provides quality programs and support for men in need to achieve health and well being.
Offers support and counseling for young men in the Canberra region.
Provides online resources to support people with depression, anxiety and bi-polar disorders.
|Prostrate Cancer Support Group – ACT
Is a friendly, voluntary association of men who have been diagnosed as having prostate cancer, and their partners. It is not government funded.
|National Public Toilet Map|
Information on location and opening hours for public toilets around Australia. Also has link to the Apple and Android apps for you phone.
|Continence Foundation of Australia &National Continence Help Line
You are not alone, Poor bladder and bowel control can be cured or better managed.
Help Line 1800 33 00 66 (8am-pm Monday to Friday AEST)
Is an internet initiative by Beyond Blue to reach out to depressed men.
Diabetes ACT provides diabetes education and health promotion services to the community.
|The Black Dog Institute|
Is a world leader in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mood disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder.
Is a support group for those recently bereaved.
Phone: (02) 6297-1052
|Men's Line Australia|
Is a professional telephone and online support, information and referral service, helping men to deal with relationship problems in a practical and effective way.
1300 78 99 78
It is our job to help raise awareness about mesothelioma, a deadly cancer caused by asbestos that kills 3,000 Americans every year. September marks Mesothelioma Awareness month, and we are committed to spreading awareness about this deadly cancer.
A new resource to share this helpful guide to better “understand male menopause conditions and their effects on men’s mental health”.
Male menopause can be a difficult time for older men, with symptoms beginning to affect their well-being, and it can even have a bigger impact on mental health.
You can see the full version of our guide below:
Understanding the Male Menopause and Mental Health
It covers important topics such as:
- Understanding “male menopause” – separating facts from fiction, and why it can be misleading (and harmful) to group the different changes and conditions affecting men as they age under this label.
- The physical and emotional changes associated with male menopause and why men should always seek a proper medical diagnosis for said symptoms.
- The effect on men’s mental wellbeing – from memory loss and lowered libido to secondary effects like fatigue, insomnia, and irrationality – and their impact on daily life.
- Helpful tips and advice for managing symptoms, lifestyle changes and treatments that can help, and other useful information.
This page was last updated on 21 July 2021