Peer Support Project
Peer Support is about bringing people with similar lived experience together to support each other.
Peer Support is about bringing people with similar lived experience together to support each other. Peer Support can be vital in helping people cope with loneliness and have somebody to listen to and talk to during this unprecedented period. It enables you to socialise and connect, share with others what you have gone through and creates a strong network of support in times of need.
Our Peer Support Volunteers meet for a coffee morning every fortnight.
Become a Peer Support Volunteer:
At Meridian Wellbeing, we believe in the power of experience and the power of what the community can offer to support each other. If you would like to offer your time to support others in the community and receive regular group support for yourself, becoming a Peer Support Volunteer is for you!
Check out the video to the left to find out more about the project from our Peer Support Volunteer Coordinator, Donna.
How do I become a Peer Support Volunteer?
Click the button below.I would like to become a Peer Support Volunteer
Meet Some Of Our Peer Support Volunteers
"The connection with others has put a sparkle in my very humdrum, anxious day"
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