Twin Cities Men's Center

A nonprofit organization

$943 raised by 13 donors

94% complete

$1,000 Goal

While every dollar helps drive TCMC’s mission forward, Give to the Max Day is a great opportunity to invite a friend, colleague, or family member to learn more about why TCMC has been a trusted community resource for nearly 50 years. This year, our goal is to raise $1,000 during Give to the Max Day from at least 15 first-time donors.

Whether a gift of $5, $50, or $500, all donations raised during the event this year will go far in helping us sustain the critical programs offered at TCMC. As an extra incentive to participate, each donation raised during Give to the Max Day will automatically enter us in a raffle to win special cash prizes throughout the day. 

Will you help TCMC reach its goal with a donation today?

About the Twin Cities Men's Center: 

For more than 45 years, the Twin Cities Men’s Center (TCMC) has been a vital membership organization and resource hub for men’s health, wellness, and healing in the Upper Midwest. We lead one of the longest-running and most affordable court-approved anger management programs in the region, facilitate diverse weekly support groups for individuals, and offer pro bono legal services for families. 

First emerging out of the local Men’s Awareness Network in the 1970s, TCMC helped incubate pivotal new initiatives which would later become their own organizations like the Domestic Abuse Project, Minnesota AIDS Project, ManKind Project, and Father’s Resource Center. Today, TCMC continues to be a leader locally and nationally in service of our mission to provide resources for men seeking to grow in body, mind, and spirit, and advocate for healthier family and community relationships.

Click here to learn more about TCMC.

Celebrating our 46th year leading efforts toward equitable and accessible men's health resources in Minnesota, the Twin Cities Men's Center has served nearly 150,000 individuals since first opening our doors in 1976. Today, we offer the following core programs:

  1. Men Helping Men With Anger: Our signature program helps justice-involved men and others seeking to manage their behavioral health by learning effective tools and strategies for handling anger and other emotional challenges
  2. Family Law Clinic: As part of our effort to support families in the Twin Cities, we host local attorneys who volunteer their time to help men and women navigating divorce or other family issues to discuss legal concerns
  3. Gerry Werth Resource Library: Our Uptown office is home to an extensive collection of literary resources on topics like fatherhood, building healthy behaviors, relationships and sexuality, and various periodicals focused on men's health
  4. Men TalkSince 1977, we have circulated a regional, bi-monthly newsletter to thousands of readers which feature upcoming events, program opportunities, informative articles, resources, reviews, and other relevant information
  5. Community Support Groups: We offer a shared space for those who are healing, seeking support, or in personal crisis to share their experiences and build community in a mutually respectful, confidential, and welcoming environment; current ffered at Twin Cities Men's Center include:
      - General Men's Issues 
      - Men's Wellness
      - Addiction Busters
      - Gay Issues
      - Choosing Healthy Sexual Boundaries
      - ManKind Project Open Circle
      - Sexual Trauma & Abuse Survivors
      - The Sexually Evolving Man

Core Values of the Twin Cities Men's Center:

  1. We believe men can and should support each other through times of personal challenge and change.
  2. We believe in authenticity, which means acknowledging to ourselves and each other our hopes, fears, strengths and weaknesses as men seeking to grow.
  3. We believe in honesty among men, which means men freely expressing themselves emotionally, socially, intellectually and spiritually in ways true to their own growth and masculinities.
  4. We believe in respecting diversity and mutuality in our support groups, workshops, conferences and outreach activities; supporting and empowering all men. 
  5. We believe in the equality of men and women.
  6. We believe in recognizing and appreciating our similarities and differences as humans of all races and national origins, and in the process fostering mutual respect and brotherhood for us all.
  7. We believe in the power of our common humanity, which means regardless of our sexual orientations, gender identities, or other issues that separate us, what we have in common transcends our differences. 

Organization Data


Organization name

Twin Cities Men's Center

other names

TCMC; The Men's Center

Tax id (EIN)




BIPOC Serving

BIPOC Serving


3249 Hennepin Ave So Suite 55
Minneapolis, MN 55408