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Exploring Peer Support in Moray: 2 February

Moray Wellbeing Hub, SAMH and the Scottish Recovery Network invite you to participate in a series of events exploring the topic of peer support in Moray.

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People with lived experience have a wealth of knowledge and skills

Writing for The Scotsman our Network Manager Marks Soanes explores the value and possibilities around Peer Worker roles.

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Help shape Scottish Government’s new Self-Harm Strategy

Join us at one of our recovery conversation cafés to explore how we can make services and support better for people affected by self-harm.

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Get your free Peer Group Facilitation guides!

Let's do Peer Group Facilitation is a set of free practical guides to support you to run peer support groups whether online or in person.

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New report shares learning from NHS co-design project

NHS Lanarkshire Personality Disorder Working Group are taking a different approach to developing mental health support.

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Helping practice keep up with principles

Sam Jordan is the Communications Manager at SCDC, which runs the Scottish Co-production Network. Here he shares some reflections as the annual Co-pro Week Scotland kicks off.

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Kindness, empathy & truly listening don’t cost anything

Writing for The Scotsman our Network Officer Hannah Kane talks about the value of human connection and building meaningful relationships in co-production.

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Creating Hope Together with Peer Support

In this Insight piece for healthandcare.scot, our Director, Louise Christie examines the significant potential role of peer support and safe space for people in crisis and those affected by suicide.

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Who doesn’t like cake and certificates!

Marking a milestone in the development of a Highland Recovery College, HUG Action for Mental Health and Centred came together to celebrate their Peer2Peer graduates!

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