These resources share learning from conversations at our online cafés. They highlight that lived experience, peer support and communities need to be at the heart of developing mental health support.
This guide provides tips for running online peer support groups. It is a result of the wealth of shared learning and experiences of over 400 participants.
Peer2Peer resources help you to deliver peer training. They have been designed to be flexible. They provide hints, tips, and example approaches for people who want to run their own Peer2Peer course in their own way.
These resources harness the power of lived experience. They can inform how you develop support in your service, organisation or community.
Contributions from people from all walks of life on what peer support means to them.
This toolkit supports you to run your own recovery conversation café. It helps you to engage with people in a meaningful way to find out what is important to them.
A new future for mental health outlines how we will work with others to create a recovery focused mental health system that is powered by lived experience and embraces peer support.
We took Peer2Peer training online! As a result of this pilot we have developed participant and facilitator course materials so you can do the same.
We have delivered and taken part in a range of innovative digital activities to share learning and keep people connected. Here are some top tips for taking activities online.
This report outlines your views on a vision and strategy for mental health recovery in Scotland. It was developed as a result of a programme of national engagement.