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The Men’s Table launches in Doyalson
The Men's Table in Doyalson first meeting announcement

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Central Coast Council, Central Coast Primary Health Network and the national men’s mental health and suicide prevention charity, The Men’s Table, is launching its 180th table in Doyalson in the north of the Coast. This builds on the three already established tables at Kincumber, Ourimbah and Bateau Bay.

The Doyalson Men’s Table first meeting, called an entrée, will take place on Wednesday, 28 February from 6.15pm to 8.45pm at the ‘Doylo ’ on 80 Pacific Hwy, Doyalson. 

Men are invited to come along to the launch event, share a meal and a conversation and learn more about the program. 

The purpose of the men’s tables is to get men off the couch, into community, and talking with other men about whatever they need to share – the highs and the lows. Men DO talk – and not just about footy.

The Entrée is an opportunity to meet other men, learn how a table works and decide whether you would like to be part of the monthly meetings.

According to the National Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing, one in five Australians aged 16-85 will experience a mental health disorder and the Central Coast, has consistently had the highest number of deaths by suicide in Australia since 2016. 

The Men's Table Program is a safe place for local men to come together to share and be heard in a confidential and non-judgemental environment, creating a sense of belonging, camaraderie and connection. 

By creating safe places for men to come together, show emotion and share feelings, we can break down stigmas associated to mental health.

Visit the Men’s Table to purchase a ticket for the evenings meal. 

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