Welcome back to the Twin Cities Men's Center

Men's Healing Ritual

Join the Twin Cities Men's Center at TC Pride, June 28th and 29th, in Loring Park, Minneapolis, MN. Celebrate at the parade and visit our booth along with 400+ other exhibitors. More info at www.tcpride.org.

Our June/July 2014 issue of Men Talk is online. The theme of this issue is Fathering, and features an article Spiritual Fatherhood by Dan Gorbunow more...

TCMC Monthly Men's Healing Ritual, Sunday, June 15, 2014. 1-3PM. Please join us for a powerful new offering for men of all ages, including youth and elders. We incorporate indigenous wisdom from around the world to help us invoke and receive the healing power of spirit more...

Incarcerated Men Ask For Help - The Men's Center office often receives letters from men who are incarcerated asking for men with whom they can communicate with for support. more...

Anger Management Classes Need help with your Anger? Do you have a court order to take classes? Our 12-week series is one of the best values in the Twin Cities more...

Family Law Clinic Get legal advice for Divorce, Separation,
Custody, Child Support, and more, the 1st Weds of every month. more...

Are you in crisis? Our revised Frequently Asked Questions
might have the help you need. Divorce, Legal Help, Support Groups,
Anger Management, more...

Give to the Gerald Obremski Anger Management Scholarship Fund
Gerald was a long time facilitator of the Anger Management program and a treasurer of the Twin Cities Men's Center. For over 12 years Gerald conducted classes and generously donated not only his time but also office space in Hopkins. Last September, Gerald passed away. A scholarship fund to partially cover the cost of the class( now $250) has been set up to honor Gerry's legacy more...

In Memorium - Harold Kallio
Long-time Men's Center volunteer, support group facilitator, board member, Men Talk mailing party team member and men's brunch attendee passed in mid-April after grimly enduring a progressive blood disease ending in acute myeloid leukemia.

Harold worked professionally as a mechanical engineer in quality control, most prominently at medical device companies such as Cardiac Pacemakers (later Guidant), and he was active in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers professional society. I mention this, because a minority of men who volunteer at the Men's Center bring their unique gift of technical expertise to bear--primarily in the administrative area--thus supporting other men who specialize in the delivery of services to men. Harold compiled support group attendance reports for over a dozen years, and supported the Mac computer systems in the office in various ways.

Harold was also an early Minnesota member of the ManKind Project and participated in the New Warrior Training Adventure weekend. I got to know Harold most closely on a sailing trip on Lake Superior in the late '90s as a fellow crew member to co-captains and warrior brothers Michael Martins and Ralph Berlovitz. My experience of Harold was that he was exceedingly kind and fair-minded, and well informed on just about any matter or subject I could engage him in.

I will miss his humor and resilience. - Andy Mickel