Peer Connector

  • VO79767


Description

Be part of the Moray Well Being Hub as a Peer Connector. Volunteer Peer Connectors aim to harness life experiences in self-management and recovery to better connect, inspire and support community members as part of an integrated partnership approach in Moray.
What would I be doing?
• Peer-mentoring: Meet a person who is feeling less empowered for an informal recovery focused chat shared peer experiences to increase hope.
• Walk alongside: Accompany someone to a group, service or activity that you already use or would also like to attend.
• Local support and partnership: Link up with a local team of other Peer Connectors to resource, connect and partner widely with services and groups.
Volunter Peer Connectors are being sought in In four locality areas (Forres area, Elgin & Lossiemouth, Speyside, Buckie & Cullen)

Organisation aims and objectives

Harnessing the power of life experiences to create change in Moray We deliver peer support (formal and informally), training, consultancy, support local groups, one-to-one work, signposting, partnership working, collective advocacy in mental health and wellbeing, outreach to diverse communities.

Availability

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Flexible times and you can give as little as an hour a week.

Restrictions

Experience required: Be a Champion of Moray Wellbeing Hub: Anyone from the community of Moray who shares our values is welcome to become a Champion, Interest in self-management and increasing their own wellbeing as well as supporting others. Willing to undertake training & regular supervision/ support, Personal responsibility to opt out of the project at any time. Interest in connecting to the local community: Learning more about resources and supports for wellbeing.Respect boundaries.
Minimum age: 18

Support

Expenses paid: Yes
Taster available: Yes

Last updated 21 days ago