There is a mental health crisis affecting men
Sometimes we all need a little support
In 2018 Lincolnshire, recorded a record number of suicides across the county with a similar majority as the national average.
Team Talk is Lincoln City Foundation’s Mental Health programme for men aged over 18. We are utilising our brand and working with fellow Lincolnshire sports partners to tackle this important issue by providing a safe space, giving hope, and breaking down those barriers that prevent men asking for help. It is the ambition, that through investment and fundraising support we can reach individuals all over Lincolnshire who might include students, young professionals in high pressured environments, construction staff and those working in agriculture, divorced or separated men and males that are looking for peer-to-peer support after retiring from their career
Sadly, suicide is on the rise...
We need to reverse this devastating pattern.
We are here to help you when you are ready. Do not struggle alone.
Andy’s Man Club
We are talking groups for men because you’ve either been through a storm, are currently going through a storm or have a storm brewing in your life
Starts on 22nd March
Team Talk Football
An opportunity for men to come together and have a kick about – please note that studded boots are not permitted at this session
Starts on 7th April
For more information, please fill in the form below and take that first step to join us. Once we have received your details, a member of the team will contact you to see how we can help. Alternatively, you can email us directly via firstname.lastname@example.org Ian Johns (you can find him on About – Our Team), is available to speak to on 07305 095690 please note this is not a helpline but a way to check-in and gather more information about our project.
Foundation email and phones are monitored between 9 am-5 pm Monday to Friday. If you need a more urgent response, don' be afraid to call: 116 123 or find national support here: Samaritans | Every life lost to suicide is a tragedy | Here to listen.
For local advice and more useful information please use the links below.
This project is supported with funding from Lincolnshire County Council