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.

Get Involved!

If you’re passionate about the importance of mental health, help us to continue our vital work. We couldn’t do what we do without the generous support of people like you!

Make a donation

We are entirely funded through the incredibly generous support of our community. All donations help us continue our vital work to Stop the Stigma that surrounds mental health.

Get involved and fundraise

There are lots of ways you can get involved and fundraise for us. We couldn’t continue our work without your vital support.

Leave a legacy

Gifts in wills help to make a transformational change to the way mental health is perceived and help us to continue helping those who need us now and in the future.

The Impact of your Support

Our Island community will always be at the heart of what we do. We rely entirely on the generous support of our community and every penny donated to us stays on the Isle of Man. As we look to the future, our incredible fundraisers and supporters are vital to developing our “Stop the stigma” campaign, enabling us to maintain our early intervention offering, and supporting emotional resilience education for young people across the Isle of Man.

Provides therapeutic aids and materials for use by our Art Therapists in primary schools.

Gives one young person each month the opportunity to access our Listening Service in school and talk about feelings they’re finding difficult to manage.

Supports the delivery of a school holiday session for children focusing on confidence building and self-esteem.

Meet a few of our fundraisers

Andrew Titley

Set out to walk 1,000 miles to train for the Parish Walk, and with the various lockdowns, completely smashed his target and decided to keep going!

Laura Matthews

Wrote a book to support children and families experiencing anxiety to support better mental health and she donated £1 from every sale.

Karl Staniford

Took on a water challenge to kayak around the island. This was in memory of his brother who wrote the song “Float away” before sadly taking his own life.