Men's Aid and Health
Men’s Advisory Project
MAP exists to provide counselling services for men experiencing domestic abuse. We provide support and facilitate you to understand your options and make your own choices and decisions. We also offer support and counselling services to men who have previously left a violent or abusive relationship and who are still experiencing the effects. All of our services are offered across Northern Ireland from various bases.
Belfast:028 9024 1928 Foyle:028 7116 0001
Domestic violence and abuse
Domestic violence and abuse happens in the home. When a family member, current or former partner is violent or abusive to you, you’re experiencing domestic abuse. It can involve physical contact, verbal or emotional abuse and threats to harm or kill you. Men and women experience domestic violence and abuse.
The OddBalls Foundation was set up in 2016 to raise awareness of Testicular Cancer. Through the Foundation we hope to make a difference to male health around the world. Testicular Cancer is around 95% curable so early diagnosis and regular checking is important. Our aim is to fit as many ‘check yourself ‘ guides into male toilets and changing rooms across the country. This will encourage males to check themselves regularly and in doing so detect any problems early.
0191 296 3098
Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men in Northern Ireland. Prostate cancer usually develops slowly, so there may be no signs you have it for many years. Most cases develop in men aged 50 or older.
Prostate Cancer UK
Prostate Cancer UK's top priority is funding research to stop prostate cancer killing men. We’re investing millions to find better treatments and better tests that can spot fast-growing cancers early, and could be used in a screening programme to save thousands of lives.
0800 074 8383
Orchid Fighting Male Cancer
Every year over 50,000 men in the UK will be diagnosed with prostate, testicular and penile cancer. Of these men over 47,000 will be diagnosed with prostate cancer, over 2,400 will be diagnosed with testicular cancer and over 630 will be diagnosed with the rare penile cancer. Sadly, these numbers are increasing. (Figures Cancer Research uk; 2014).
0808 802 0010
Testicular cancer: The life-saving lowdown
You’re about to discover the single most important fact about testicular cancer that you (probably) didn’t know. This fact is good news. You see, in the battle of man vs cancer, we’re all a lot stronger than we might think. The one stat you should take on board, and never lose sight of, is this: More than 98% of men who get testicular cancer will be cured.
0117 324 3472
Respect Men’s advice line
Are you being abused? Have you changed the way you behave because you are frightened of your partner’s reaction?