Mental Health Peer Support
Impact Peer Support is a peer-led social enterprise providing mental health peer support services and training.
We are experienced in delivering uniquely designed Peer Support Programmes to help individuals experiencing health & well-being challenges to improve their mental, physical, social, professional, spiritual and emotional well-being.
Our programmes provide ways in which individuals can learn new and sustainable support solutions to help improve the quality of their lives in and out of work. For Employers this can mean a significant reduction in long-term absenteeism due to stress and mental ill health, saving companies thousands of pounds in sick pay.
Learning how to manage stress successfully and implement recovery techniques can increase employee work performance, productivity and improve employee engagement within the company through promoting a culture of well-being.
Our skilled Peer Consultants help you to focus on what recovery and well-being solutions work best for you. We do this through exploring fundamental subjects that help to enhance your journey towards total well-being.
- Impact Peer Support can provide Occupational Mental Health Well-being Support and Training Services for employers and work-based mental health peer support sessions for employees, in addition to providing Organisation Health & Well-being Events.
- We can provide Individual Peer Mentoring Support for people experiencing the stresses and strains of a challenging life, helping to re-establish balance, confidence and control.
- We also deliver six-week Community Based Mental Health Peer Support Programmes, which can help local communities to establish their own on-going peer support groups for the future and develop their social networking opportunities.
For more information please see our Programme Details.
A Social Enterprise with a Big Social Impact
Impact Peer Support is a social enterprise that specialises in occupational and social mental health peer support to advance societies’ health and mental well-being.
As a social enterprise, the profits we make when delivering our occupational programmes help us to provide free community based programmes to individuals experiencing long-term mental ill-health. These programmes can have a life changing effect on communities by significantly improving health and well-being, enhancing local social networks, growing peer support, sharing skills and increasing opportunities for individuals to establish peer-supported routes into volunteering, education and employment.
Déanne Clark – CEO