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Developing Peer Support Roles: 9 August

SOLD OUT. An online discussion event for people interested in developing peer support roles in Scotland.

People should have access to peer support throughout their recovery journey. By working together we will ensure that peer roles are well established, recognised and celebrated throughout our mental health system.

The event

We create intentionally informal spaces to encourage participation and dialogue. This event is a chance to come together to explore key themes related to developing peer roles. It provides the opportunity to share your experiences, ask questions and hear new ideas.

There will be a live recording of the latest Peer Chat podcast, at the event, with special guest Vikki Price. Vikki is Co-founder and Manager of Peer Hub. The Peer Chat will lead into smaller group discussions to reflect on what we have heard and share our thinking.

This event builds on and feeds into the What Makes Peer Support Unique? project. The learning from this project will be captured and shared in a series of practical guides for all to use.

Book your place

Developing Peer Support Roles takes place on Tuesday 9 August 2022 from 10:30 – 12:00. Book your place on eventbrite

Please note: this event is for people living and/or working in Scotland.

Online security and wellbeing

We will be using the video conferencing tool Zoom for this event. Your online security and wellbeing are our utmost priority. We will send out a secure Zoom link and welcome pack ahead of the event.

You can choose on the registration form to call into this event using your telephone (audio only access).

Accessibility

Scottish Recovery Network support #CommunicationForAll and we are working towards becoming fully inclusive. If you have any accessibility or communication needs that would help you take part please let us know. To book a BSL interpreter or an Electronic Notetaker for the event we need to know 2 weeks in advance.

If you have any questions contact 0300 323 9956 or info@scottishrecovery.net

Sign Language (BSL) users can contact us directly by using contactSCOTLAND-BSL