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We’re launching this new resource to help groups, organisations and services offer community-based peer support as part of suicide prevention.

Peer support has a significant role to play in suicide prevention. Collaborating with local and national partners, Creating Hope with Peer Support is helping develop peer support groups across Scotland.

We’ve been working alongside a range of groups and organisations (scroll down for links) already delivering peer support to co-design and pilot this resource. Now available to everyone, this practical and adaptable resource will help to train those offering peer support to people affected by suicide.

This is a compassionate, gentle approach. It humanises suicide in that it doesn’t feel clinical.

Creating Hope with Peer Support, pilot participant.

We want this resource to be constantly evolving with shared learning from the people who are using it. We’d love to hear how you are getting on and any feedback or ideas you have. In the resource are our contact details as well as Facilitator and Participant feedback forms. Keep in touch!

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Huge thanks

  • Andy’s Man Club                                                                              
  • Bipolar Edinburgh                                                                             
  • Discovery College (Centred)                                                               
  • Dundee Volunteer and Voluntary Action (DVVA)                                    
  • Kick Mental Health                                                                             
  • Living Warriors Project – hello@livingwarriorsproject.com                                                                 
  • Men Matter Scotland                                                                      
  • Man on Inverclyde                                                                               
  • Mindspace                                                                                        
  • Neil’s Hugs Foundation                                                                      
  • Penumbra                                                                                            
  • Sam’s Café (SAMH)                                                                               
  • Self–harm Network Scotland                                                             
  • Stepping Stones                                                                                 
  • The Neuk                                                                                                
  • Women’s Wellbeing Club