Mengage is comprised of a collective of professional practitioners with extensive experience of work with males of all ages covering a range of health and social issues.
Our work experience encompasses work with males across a diversity of organisations, settings, cultures, subcultures and sexuality including:
- Schools (primary and secondary)
- Colleges of further education and universities
- Youth centres
- Foyer projects
- Voluntary services and neighbourhood projects
- Leisure centres
- Youth offending
- Probation services
- Prison work with staff and offenders
- Work with asylum seekers and refugees
- Children’s centres
- The military
- Men’s sheds
- Professional sports clubs
- Hospitals, nursing homes, community work, and clinics
Our combined professional background includes work for Health Promotion and Public Health, NHS registered health professional work in both clinical and community settings, private healthcare management for care of the elderly, work for not-for-profit organisations, teaching in secondary schools and colleges of FE, university work as a Research Associate, consultant level work for Local Authority, County Teenage Pregnancy Coordinator and drugs awareness work. We have made many conference and workshop appearances, both locally and nationally. Our work has also been published and critiqued in academic and practitioner publications, and we have also appeared on radio and television both in the UK and in Australia.
We support Global Action on Men’s Health.
We are members of the Men and Boys Coalition.
Our staff are DBS checked and have public liability and professional indemnity insurance.
As a professional collective we are passionate about male health work; we want to make a difference. If you want to make use of our extensive experience please contact us.