At the moment we are not taking on any new trainees for peer support work as the deadline for training has now passed. 

What is peer support?

Peer support in a nutshell is about using lived experience, such as mental health, to help a peer on a journey to recovery and to empower them.  This peer might have come from hospital or from the community.

 To become a peer support worker you will need to complete our accredited ELFT training programme. If you have lived experience of mental health and you are still interested please put your name down for future training.  Just leave your contact details. So I can advise you when the next round of training begins. Also, contact me if you want to know more information about peer support work.

Amanda Lowe
Peer Support Borough Lead for City and Hackney

Email:  amanda.lowe4@nhs.net  .
Tel: 020 8510 8630

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