Our Mission

Mission Statement:

To provide psychological and practical support to males sixteen years and older who suffer from the effects of trauma, in order to facilitate their emotional healing.

The Men’s Trauma Centre is a non-profit society based in Victoria, B.C. Canada. The Men’s Trauma Centre exists to provide treatment and support services to adult and late adolescent males who are survivors of physical, emotional or sexual trauma as well as support for our clients’ significant others. Apart from providing counselling and victim support services our mandate includes:

  • Acquiring and developing educational materials concerning the traumatization of males and gathering statistics for dissemination to professionals and the community at large.
  • Assisting other agencies, through educational outreach, to improve their responses to their own male clients who may also be survivors of trauma.
  • Working in cooperation with other service agencies and professionals allows us to ensure comprehensive case management with respect to male survivors who seek treatment or support from whatever source.

We also consult with community and government groups in the areas of prevention, treatment, legal issues and other matters relating to the sexual violation of males.

The Men’s Trauma Centre is a registered non-profit society under the Society Act of BC and a registered Canadian Charity # 87557 9302 RR0001


We would like to acknowledge the current media around the Jian Gomeshi trial and proposed meet ups by the ‘return of kings’ blogger. The Men’s Trauma Centre would like to clearly state its condemnation of any form of sexualised violence or forum that support sexualised violence. For any man or persons who identify as men who have been affected/triggered by this discussion we are here to support you call 250.361.6367. We believe that men can engage in respectful and healthy relationships and we support agencies who work tirelessly to eradicate sexualised violence against women, men, queer, trans and two-spirit people.