Might you be interested in using your own personal experience of mental ill health in a positive way? If so why not join the Peer Support Volunteer team in providing opportunities for safe social contact and informal support.
People who need some additional support with their mental health can relax, feel accepted and understood, and learn to feel at ease with others.
Peer Supporters are all adults with personal experience of mental ill health. They receive full training and ongoing support to run activity groups. Our peer support reading group pictured is just one example.
To find out more about being a Peer Support Volunteer, please complete the Volunteer Application here:
Our Peer Support Project Worker can answer any questions you might have:
Martin Baker: [email protected]
Anne's Abseil (1)
Event Date: 05/05/2019
Anne is abseiling down Harlow water tower for her own personal reasons. 'We never know what will be dealt to us in life as we get on with our careers and bringing up our families. We meet those challenges as best we can and are lucky if we have support from family and friends to help us through t
Bath Half Marathon (1)
Event Date: 15/03/2020
I’m not a natural runner and as I write this I can barely wobble around a 5K, but I have taken the plunge to sign up to a half marathon and now I’m committed!
Ben's Parachute Jump (1)
Event Date: 29/05/2019
We would like to support the great work you do and help raise Mental health awareness.
Cycle to Southwold (1)
Event Date: 19/04/2019
In memory of Paul Heales
We are raising money for a worthy cause, raising a glass or two of Adnams to celebrate a great man. It's a social event that people can join in at any time or share a beer with us along the way or at the end.