Mental Health Support
With one in four people experiencing a mental health condition at some point in their life, we’re committed to tackling the stigma around mental health. And we believe sport can be a powerful mechanism for overcoming mental health issues.
In partnership with West London Mental Health Trust, our Hounslow Hawks project supports adults with mental health issues through free football sessions.
The scheme won the ‘Best Inclusive Project’ FA Community Award for encouraging participation regardless of age, sex, race or disability, and championing social inclusion schemes within the Hounslow community.
World Mental Health Day: Join us for our Talk Club this Saturday
A special meeting of the talk club for men run by Brentford FC and the Trust will take place on Saturday. The EFL and its clubs will once again come […]
Men’s Talk Club moves to face to face meetings
Following on from last month’s announcement of the ‘Mentally Healthy Football’ Declaration and the recent Heads Up FA Cup Final, the Trust would like to highlight the great work that […]
Brentford FC Community Sports Trust establish an online men’s mental health support network during Coronavirus crisis
With the government restricting all but essential movement across the UK, Brentford FC and its Community Sports Trust have created an online mental health network for Brentford fans and local […]