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
Training peer supporters may be an important element of sustainability. This resource sets out the training programmes available in the US for paid 'peer specialists'.
An inspiring example of why a peer-led approach to services is so valuable, using success stories from former sex workers using their pasts to drive growth and innovation within an organisation...
A concise fact sheet detailing peer support values, components and success stories as well as local and national outcomes.
For a comprehensive evaluation of peer support, this webpage includes a wealth of tools, resources and examples to explore
This report sets out outcomes of a consultation by WHO about peer support for people with diabetes. It includes recommendations about having robust evaluation of peer support programmes, including...
This document outlines the benefits of peer support, with case studies of implementing, embedding and growing programmes.
This video provides a case study of peer support experiences from the perspective of a peer mentor and a peer mentee. The video describes what the mentoring relationship looks like, the types of...
Telephone delivered mutual peer support is offered to patients with depression and this six month long study looks into the difference this type of treatment had on the patients
An international study looking at how online peer support is helping many groups of people with their mental wellbeing