Are you struggling with life or your mental health?
Feeling like nobody understands?
Want to learn ways to manage the stresses in your life?
Our peer led skills, activity, social and support groups might help.
We understand because we’ve been there.
Our programme includes:
Skills courses and workshops
- You may be required to attend an Introduction to Group Work session before attending some groups – please see the programme for details and dates.
- Groups have a maximum capacity and often get fully booked. Contact us to find out which groups have spaces.
Following on from the success of the Side by Side project that finished last year, we have been awarded a pot of money from National Mind to support individuals, groups and organisations develop peer support in the community. The funding is in the form of small grants that individuals, groups and organisations are able to apply for, the grants are aimed to support with the development of peer support. An application form needs to be completed and returned to the email address as outlined here. Please note there are limited grants available so if you are interested, or anyone else you share this with is interested then please apply sooner rather than later!
Projects and Partnerships
We are delighted to have the opportunity to work on lots of exciting and innovative projects, many of them in partnership with great organisations in Leeds and beyond.
Supporting people to get through times of crisis and learn skills and strategies to prevent future crises. Funded by The Big Lottery and delivered in partnership with Better Leeds Communities and Age UK Leeds.
Please see the Peer Support Programme (yellow button above) for a list of Horizons groups.
Leeds Suicide Bereavement Service
Peer led 1:1 and group work for individuals and families who have been bereaved by suicide at any time.
Please visit the website for more information.
The THRU project (Talk, Help, Relate, Understand) offers Peer Support for young people aged between 16 and 25. We currently have two weekly support groups and are working with CAMHS and Leeds City College to provide courses for young people they are working with.
Please see the Peer Support Programme (yellow button above) for a list of THRU groups.