Here at the Ospreys, we’re proud to be championing mental health awareness and actively take part in conversations about mental health. But we know that talking about how you’re feeling isn’t always easy. Many people find tackling their mental health tough, and men in particular find it hard to reach out.
Ospreys in the Community, in partnership with Public Health Wales, is embarking on a new project to tackle men’s mental health in the region.
To do this, we’re kicking off with some insight work, in partnership with research consultancy Trinity McQueen. We’re looking to send out an anonymous survey to give us a snapshot in time of how you are doing. Using this insight, we’ll be looking to reach out to some of you for a 1:1 interview, to help us understand some of the deeper detail.
By taking part in our research, you will help us tackle men’s mental health so that we can develop an action plan to support our community better. We will also be using the research to inform an awareness campaign, in partnership with communications agency jamjar.
If you are interested in taking part, please click here which will take you to a short questionnaire.
We are looking for people with “lived experience”, such as family members, friends and or colleagues of those who have had issues with mental health and suicide. And those who have not had any experience of the above. We want to hear your story and help shape support within Wales.