Working with Men

Working with Men

At a glance


  • Black, asian and minority ethnic groups
  • Men

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Geographical remit: 
National - Britain


WWM supports disadvantaged boys and men, mostly young men who are marginalised to improve their lives and opportunities. Our vision and mission is clearly laid out on our website and we have a three year strategic plan explaining how we intend to continue to do this 2013 to 2016 Our direct services cover three key areas, conflict resolution programmes, fathers development services and employment and training.There is much evidence to show that boys and young men are in need of targeted, specialist services to engage them, mentor and coach them in order to support change. Many of our service users are on the fringe of or at risk of offending behaviour, mental health issues, not in employemnt, training or education . Our support is crtical in achieving outcomes that lead them to make changes in their lives, make different choices, so that their future pathways are positive, less disadvantaged, allowing them to become productive members of the comuunity.


Our services form a mixture of one to one work, group work, outreach street based workdepending on the project targets. We run conflict resolution programmes in schools with boys, especially transition times ie primary to secondary, healthy relationship work in schools, work in Childrens Centres to engage fathers, support NEET young men into jobs, apprenticeships, training, support young fathers to become positive part of their childrens lives. We run an Expectant Fathers Programme which is a one day course developed by WWM.

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