Peer support workers use their lived / living experience of mental health challenges to connect with and support our service users. They help them gain a sense of hope and control over their lives, engage with their local community and improve their wellbeing by focusing on what ‘recovery’ means to them.

We have paid peer support workers in several of our services already, and we're working to have a peer support worker in every service.

New opportunities will be advertised on our current jobs page

If you have any questions about our peer support worker roles please contact James Stephens, peer support worker programme manager, at