Who We Are
Community Development Work
Maan works with Somali individuals, families, carers, community members, community organisations as well in partnership with mainstream organisations and structures (including settings such as hospitals, colleges and universities, prisons and workplaces).
It was 1992 when a Somali Mental Health Project was set up. The purpose of this project was to address the difficulties and issues facing migrant and refugee Somali Community in Sheffield to help meet their needs in accessing appropriate mental health and social support services.
In addressing complex ongoing needs in the community, Maan Somali Mental Health, as we became, developed experience in approaching user needs in a holistic manner.
Greg Fell, Director of Public Health in Sheffield, looks at how the next few months may look for Sheffield and how restrictions would continue through the winter into spring. He goes through Sheffield's continuing objectives and commitments and reinforces the need to...
Maan working in collaboration with Burngreve/ Firvale and Darnall Covid confidence activist groups have launched a new digital pathway for Somali community members in Sheffield to engage in the development of up to date information around Covid-19, also ways to access...
Maan Somali Mental Health Sheffield support calls for an urgent renewal plan for the nations mental health.
We need a robust national renewal mental health strategy, which deals with the underlying gaps, which have been harsher on BAME communities. Since the Covid-19 pandemic has hit the nation, Maan has seen unprecedented levels of the mental health crisis in Somali...
How can I be involved?
Come along to our meetings and events and join in. We value participation and the contribution of ideas and insights. Sign up to join our mailing list where we will notify you of future events and provide updates on what we are doing.
How can I find your office?
We are located in Sheffield,
Our address is 8 Paradise St, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 2DF
Can I volunteer?
Of Course! We would love hear from you and what capacity you would like to get involved. please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 0114 275 8556 and we can talk further.
How can I find out about events?
You can either check on our website or become a member of our network and we will send you regular updates and news letters. Alternatively you can give us a call or drop us an e-mail