Brothers in Arms is a new campaign, launched earlier in June this year. It offers support to men in Scotland, of any age, who are down or in crisis and empower them to ask for help when they need it, without feeling a failure if they do.
Supported by See Me Scotland and The East Dunbartonshire Association of Mental Health, Brothers in Arms was inspired by The Calm Zone and Andy Man’s Club and developed because there was nothing comparable in Scotland.
The Brothers in Arms website will be filled with articles, stories and experiences that are there to both entertain and inform and to speak from the male point of view about being a man in today’s society. The website will also contain links and contacts for men, their partners, friends and family to find support on particular issues.
See the website at http://www.brothersinarmsscotland.co.uk