We run an informal support group for men every Thursday evening. During the pandemic, this is taking place online via Zoom.


The group is facilitated by staff / volunteers with the aim of encouraging men to meet, talk, share experiences, support each other and make friends. It's an informal and friendly group and all are welcome.


There is no obligation to attend every week - you can just call in on the day and join the guys for a brew and a chat. If you're seeking advice or information, the ManKind facilitators can signpost you to appropriate support and share resources. They can also tell you about the other services provided by Sheffield Mind that may also be appropriate.


If you would like to attend, the group runs from 5.00 - 6.45pm every Thursday. For joining instructions, email [email protected]

You can call the office for further information on 0114 258 4489 

Meet The ManKind Team


The group is facilitated by our volunteer, Tim, a former social worker, who is committed to raising awareness of mental health issues and helping men to find the confidence to access services and ask for help. 

As an experienced mental health worker he is aware of the services available to men in the city and can help and advise should service specific information be required. 

Read more about Tim.


Our other facilitator, Haeran, is the Heath Engagement Officer here at Sheffield Mind. Some of you may recognise him from our very popular Friendly Friday open house events which took place at our Wellbeing Centre, prior to the pandemic.