Peer support services for people with mental health issues promote connectedness, inspires hope, and offer a level of acceptance and understanding that is not found in other professional services. This good practice guide draws on CBM’s experiences supporting peer-to-peer programs in developing countries, featuring practical examples of the different ways that peer support can be delivered. This includes explaining what’s different between formal and informal peer support, self-help groups, and remote peer support. Includes links to other resources.

 

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