Focusing on public health this website helps you develop, implement and evaluate peer support and gives many examples such as HIV and diabetes peer support groups
Generic health concerns but not condition specific
Peer supporters from across the emergency services give their top tips on how to create and maintain a peer support culture.
Working with veterans, this toolkit aims to tackle common peer support problems such as role confusion, staff resistance and the unequal treatment of peer support workers.
A US based report highlighting the benefits of peer support in increasing wellbeing while decreasing costs in comparison to traditional day treatments
What does privilege mean in the context of peer support and why is it relevant?
An introduction into the issues and matters that arise for peer support workers and how organisations may mitigate these.
A webinar including panel discussion and Q&A outlining co produced guidance on how to build and maintain peer support programme. Helpful for coomunity organisers, healthcare workers, reserachers and programme developers as well as caregivers and peers.
Community and family peer support rather than individual peer support are explored in this webinar
What are the key issues you need to plan for when hiring a peer worker? This example from Canada gives you tools to measure success as well as effective training of peer supporters and how to build in sustainability
If your organisation is new to peer support workers then this handbook will help with role descriptions and tips on how to help grow roles