Proudly Sponsored By Male Behavioral Health

We firmly believe that men and boys have a role to play in making the world a more equitable and just place to live.

More than 15 years of experience
Engaged more than 3,000 Males in 2021
Corporate & Community Partners & Sponsors 50

What we think, we become

Our Mission

Changing Our World By Focusing On Men and Boys

Our mission is to grow stronger communities by focusing on the unique opportunities of working with men and boys in our society. We offer quality trainings, research, evaluation reports, and a wide variety of experiences for individuals, groups, and organizations to increase their knowledge and skills for working with males.

Be a confident man

Our Vision

Building Stronger Communities By Focusing On Men and Boys

At the Center For Men & Boys, we have a vision that in the 21st Century, all men and boys can be engaged in community life, educated to respond to the challenges of a changing world, and participate in health and mental health practices that promote the safety and well-being of themselves and women and girls.

Male Mental Health Community Roundtables Initiative

Our Initiatives:

Male Mental Health Community Roundtables Initiative

We are excited to launch our “Male Mental Health Community Roundtables Initiative”, which is designed to understand the mental health experiences of men and boys, and address gaps in the current mental health system(s), which disproportionately and negatively impacts men and boys- particularly B/AA men and other men of color. This initiative will be based on data collected from our Male Mini-Mental Health Surveys and focus groups. The data will be analyzed and presented at Male Mental Health Community Roundtables in cities throughout the state of Ohio.

Our Initiatives

Our Research, Evaluation & Training

Assisting Professionals Develop Competencies Working With Men and Boys

We provide evidence-based research, program evaluation, and quality trainings to increase the competencies of professionals who work with men and boys.

There’s hope, even when your brain tells you there isn’t

Main Pillars

The Center For Men & Boys has 3 Pillars:


Social Welfare

Building a community of practice around men’s issues.


Ending Violence Against Women

Community organizing and collaborations to develop and promote anti-violence initiatives.


Research, Evaluation & Trainings

Continuing education and training in areas like Education, Employment, Health, & Civic Engagement.

Upcoming Events

Monthly Events sponsored by Center For Men & Boys bring together a wide array of individuals from educators, clinicians, intellectuals, artists and authors, to discuss their work and topics that are important to the needs of men and boys in the U.S. and worldwide.

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