Our Impact

Over 300,000 visits, 300,000 engagements and 5 million people reached

*Video created by Pound & Grain (our branding and website developers), references stats from June 2015-Sept 2016.

Since launching during Men’s Health Week of June 2015, HeadsUpGuys has received a tremendous response. Men from all over the world have embraced our message of hope and strength in the fight against depression.

Our goal is to become the first resource men look to when facing depression, and the first resource friends and family members look to when concerned about a man they care about.

WebsiteOver 300,000 vists

VisitorsOver 45,000 Self Checks completed

Social MediaOver 17,000 fans

Social MediaOver 15,000 fans on Facebook and 2,000 fans on Twitter

Recovery StoriesOver 30 stories

Recovery StoriesFrom men around the world (Australia, Brunei, Canada, Sweden, UK, and US)

ImpactOver 300,000 engagements

ImpactOver 5,000,000 people reached

Media CoverageOver 60 media stories

Media CoverageHuffington Post (US, UK, and Canada), BuzzFeed, The Telegraph, CBC Radio, The Mighty, Movember Radio, Good Men Project, and The Vancouver Sun.

ReferralsRecognized as a valuable resource by over 60 health and related sites

Trusted Resource forMovember Canada and US, The University of British Columbia, Canadian Mental Health Association, Anxiety and Depression Association of America, The International Association for Suicide Prevention

VideosOver 60,000 views on YouTube

Interview and Promotion VideosIncluding 11 story videos from men who have overcome depression

Personal Impact"I've been hiding my depression for many years and finally decided to deal with it head-on. You guys have kickstarted my recovery."

"I have to thank you guys a great deal. With the help of this page and others I had enough courage to seek help for my depression."

HeadsUpGuys focuses on sharing personal experiences and stories in order to inspire men to reach out, build supports, and fight depression. Our honest and straight-up approach to talking about depression has resonated with men and their supporters around the world.

Our campaigns have been recognized and shared by many of our peers including: Bell Let’s Talk, To Write Love on Her Arms, Bring Change 2 Mind, The Canadian Mental Health Association, The Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention, The Anxiety and Depression Association of America, The Jed Foundation, The International Association for Suicide Prevention, and over a hundred other health and related sites.

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Men’s Health Week 2017

June 2017: Fine art and concept photography campaign and proclamation of Men’s Mental Health Day.

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Your Stories

Oct 2016: Featured 22 stories of recovery and practical tips from real men.

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Men’s Health Week 2016

June 2016: Concept photography, public art exhibit, and proclamation of Men’s Mental Health Day.

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#BetterStartsHere

Oct 2015: Concept photography campaign consisting of 12 images by fine art and concept photographers.

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Men’s Health Week 2015

June 2015: Website resource and seven recovery story videos released during Men’s Health Week.