Team

Peer Support

Peer Support

How we help

Peer support is the help and support that people with lived experience of mental health issues are able to give to one another. Peer Support Groups encourage people with similar diagnosis to meet to share their experiences and offer support. This is because they have an understanding themselves of the mental health issue, they can share ideas on what has helped them and potential coping mechanisms.

Steve

Steve

Non-Executive Director
Catherine

Catherine

Executive Director
Tracey

Tracey

Executive Director
Carl

Carl

Non-Executive Director
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Feedback

Every voice matters

User groups provide opportunities for service users to become involved in consultations with commissioners and service providers. They aim to ensure that service user views and experiences help to influence the provision of services. The groups play a very important role in peer support, combating stigma and helping people to recover until they no longer require the services.

Sign Posting & Support

Sign Posting & Support

Please get in touch

If you are experiencing any issues with money management and debt, housing, Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) welfare benefits or mental health, we can offer a one-to-one appointment to identify what services may be best placed to support you.