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Peer Support

The Peer Support Monthly Calendars are available here

Who does peer support help?

Peer support is when people use their own experiences to help each other. It is available to people over 16 who experience mental health problems whilst under the care of their GP, and their carers.

It can support you if you want to:

What help does peer support offer?

Peer Support offers both peer-led and peer-facilitated activities, which focus on your strengths, hopes and ambitions and can help you develop skills and strategies to manage and maintain your emotional and physical wellbeing.

Peer support can help you through:

Peer Support is available in a number of different ways. Current activities include:

Social Peer Support

Social Peer Support provides friendly meet ups where you can connect with others in a safe, supportive environment to join in an activity or just spend time with people who have a similar interest and shared experience. Social Peer Support activities include walking, culture, arts, cooking, singing, social trips and much more.

Living Well Workshops

Living Well Workshops provide a safe and supportive space to develop skills to manage the stresses and difficulties in your life, helping you to manage your emotional and physical wellbeing.

Peer Support Groups

Peer support groups are a way to give and receive mutual support to help manage the stresses in your life.

Time bank peer support

Help others in the community and get help in return.

One to one peer support

Meet with a peer worker, talk through emotional challenges and share coping suggestions.

View our Peer Support calendars here

How to access peer support

You can refer yourself by contacting Community Living Well or completing the form on this website. Alternatively you can ask your GP or other professional involved in your care to refer you to Community Living Well Peer Support.

How to contact peer support

The best way to contact Peer Support is by referring yourself to Community Living Well using the online form. You can also call on:

Tel: 020 3317 4200

You could also write to Community Living Well at:

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