Peer support happens when people who have similar experiences come together to support each other, this can include mental health problems, trauma, problematic alcohol / drug use or other forms of social or emotional distress. People also come together to share a passion, interest, or for social connection. One of the key characteristics of peer support is that it is shaped by those involved and adapts to the needs of individuals and the community.
DUE TO THE CURRENT COVID 19 OUTBREAK WE HAVE TAKEN THE DECISION TO SUSPEND ALL FACE TO FACE PEER SUPPORT GROUPS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
People involved in peer support have other shared characteristics and experiences, and come together to:
Your Voice utilise the skills and expertise of the Peer Support Network and involved them in a range of community engagement opportunities/activities/events and:
Provide a space for peer support groups to meet
Peer Groups at Your Voice
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