What is peer support?
Simply put, peer support is a way of providing emotional and wellbeing assistance where both the facilitator and participant are equals. Through this, people can connect through lived experiences.
Peer support is supported by research as an effective pre-clinical mental health intervention.
How does it work?
You sign up, and we match you with a peer support volunteer from a similar field and level of training. Once linked in, you can catch up whenever suits you both, as often as you need, online or in person.
Our fantastic volunteers are experienced healthcare professionals with dedicated mental health training. Both one-on-one and group peer support are available.