You've got a lot going on. Whether it's work pressures, bills, relationships, family issues or feelings of isolation, life as a gay man can sometimes be overwhelming. This section provides resources, articles and information about how you can take care of your mental health. We also have listings for our Professional Volunteers who specialize in mental health.
Posted by HIM on Sunday November 28th, 2010
The guys at Health Initiative for Men know that life can be challenging. We also know that a good listener is hard to find. With that in mind, we’ve recruited and trained some of the best listeners in Vancouver, and made them available to you, for free.
Peer Support volunteers are here to offer you a chance to talk about what’s on your mind, without judgment. These are regular gay guys, offering support to other gay guys. No professional opinions, no clinical diagnoses, just gay guys talking to gay guys. And it’s all confidential!
To book an appointment with one of our Peer Support volunteers, contact Hans (email@example.com) or by calling HIM (604.488.1001).
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