Offers men connection and support, which is vital for healing and growth.
Domestic violence against men is typically less recognized and less reported than other forms of domestic violence. Until recently, there’s also been a lack support for men who have experienced it.
The Men’s Support Group offers men connection and support, which is vital for healing and growth. It’s a safe space, where men can gather to share and listen.
Victims of violence experience deep feelings of isolation, shame and self-doubt. Gender stereotyping adds an additional stressor that makes it hard for men seeking support. And, according to Luis Canseco, CRC’s Domestic Violence Education & Prevention Manager, while many men reach out, they don’t all show up to the class. After attending though, the men state they feel much better.
If you are experiencing an abusive relationship, or know of a man who is, we hope you will reach out for support or share this information.
Meetings are held online, on the 4th Wednesday of the month, from 5 PM – 6 PM. Click here for more information