We are open Monday to Friday between 9.00am – 5.00pm. Isle Listen is not a crisis service and only offers planned interventions. Should you or someone you know be in need of immediate support outside of our office hours you should contact Manx Care’s 24 hour Crisis Response and Home Treatment Team on 01624 642860 or the Emergency Services on 999.

Supporting young people’s mental health on our Island

We aim to equip the Island’s young people with the skills and resilience to navigate the mental health and emotional challenges of 21st century life through education, early intervention and prevention skills.

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Your organisation might have a first-aider. But does it have a mental health first-aider?

Become the support your people need with our mental health training courses, tailored to the requirements of your organisation and delivered by Isle Listen’s expert Wellbeing Solutions team.

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Parent, Carer and Teacher Drop-Ins

Do you have worries, concerns or unanswered questions about a young person’s mental health? We offer regular drop-ins at our centres in Douglas and Castletown, where you can chat to members of our schools and therapeutic teams.
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YOUR support makes OUR support possible

Our essential mental health support for children and young people is provided free of charge. But to do this, we rely on charitable fundraising and your help. So, please get involved whether it’s joining us at an event, taking on your own fundraising challenge or making a small donation each month, you will be helping to make a lasting difference.

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Our work is centred around early intervention and prevention – helping to avoid the unnecessary escalation of mental health problems

We’re a charitable initiative providing mental health support in schools, and one-to-one therapeutic support for young people up to the age of 25 on the Isle of Man. Which we do completely free of charge.

We also work with organisations on the Island, offering a range of wellbeing solutions including mental health training, and a counselling service employee benefit.

How we’ve helped so far


How we help

Mental health training

We equip people with the skills and resources to support someone struggling with their mental health.

Our work in schools

In-school mental health support and educational programme to meet schools’ needs for children, teachers and parents.

Employee Counselling Service

A confidential employee benefit providing counselling support and advice on issues that might be impacting employee wellbeing and performance.

Supporting parents & carers

As part of our work in schools, we help support parents and carers support children’s mental health with sessions throughout the year.

Why what we do is important

We firmly believe that mental health education should be embedded from an early age and that everyone should have access to effective mental health support at the point of need, not the point of availability

Our outstanding mental health support for young people is provided free of charge, but to do this, we rely on charitable fundraising and your help. Your support makes it possible.

Get involved!

There’s lots of ways you can support us to remove the stigma surrounding mental health whether that’s taking part in an event, fundraising for us or involving your company.

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Receive our e-newsletter

If you’re passionate about mental health and would like to know more about the vital work we do and how your donations make a difference, get involved and receive our regular email newsletter. Don’t worry, we won’t bombard your inbox with emails, and will usually only send you something once a month.

The team

Our team is small but mighty.

The charity is led by Chief Executive, Andrea Chambers, and all professional standards are overseen by our Board of Directors.