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What is it?

Peer support is when people use their own experiences to help each other. 

How does it work?

Peers make choices about what parts of their personal experiences they talk about, seek support for, and use to support other people. The Haringey Wellbeing network offers two distinct peer support services – Peer Support Community Hubs and 1-2-1 Support – and both seek to:

  • Bring together people with shared experiences to support each other
  • Provides safe space where you feel accepted and understood
  • Treat everyone’s experiences as being equally important
  • It involves both giving and receiving support

It is a real life line, giving me some structure to build on

Peer Support Community Hubs

Peer support hubs are safe spaces created for peers to meet once a week throughout the borough; each group is individual and moulded collaboratively by the group members themselves. Groups are available to anyone seeking mental health support in the community.

Tuesday

Wood Green Library, Wood Green
10am-12pm

Wednesday

Bedale House, Hornsey
10am-12pm

Thursday

Coombs Croft Library, Tottenham
2pm-4pm

One to One

The peer support, one to one service offers individuals who are finding it difficult to manage their mental health, a personalised support service. Adopting peer support principles, this unique service offers eight, one to one sessions to help improve people’s mental health and wellbeing. 

 

I have a very good relationship with my peers and we share how we feel. We support one another and I look forward to seeing everyone on a weekly basis.

How can I access it?

Please complete the self-referral form below and we will get back to you in the next couple of days.

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