A look at how peer respite organisation gathers data on the mental health services users have recently accessed
US and Canada
A qualitative and quantiative survey for peer respite users to complete about their experiences using the service
An opporunity for peer respite users to give anonymous feedback on their experiences
Working with veterans, this toolkit aims to tackle common peer support problems such as role confusion, staff resistance and the unequal treatment of peer support workers.
A US based report highlighting the benefits of peer support in increasing wellbeing while decreasing costs in comparison to traditional day treatments
What does privilege mean in the context of peer support and why is it relevant?
An introduction into the issues and matters that arise for peer support workers and how organisations may mitigate these.
Two key speakers (one with lived experience) explore the growth of peer support in the US and how healthcare organisations are beginning to invest in this area.
What factors influence the sustainability of online peer support? How is this linked to usage rates and the recovery of peers?
A culturally appropriate peer support programme helps improve type 2 diabetes outcomes in the African American community