Peer Support

Peer support involves people using their own life experiences to share understanding, hope and improved wellbeing with others. It’s about sharing knowledge, experience and practical help with each other, to improve emotional and mental health, while creating a sense of belonging.

The Cellar Trust have provided Peer Support throughout our range of services since 2016. Such is our recognition in this field that we have been invited to take part in many national discussions around the subject of Peer Support and received various awards for our approach including National Positive Practice in Mental Health Awards 2022 – Peer Support Services.

Through our range of services, we provide Peer Support in a confidential, non-clinical setting, where you can discuss your concerns at your own pace in an environment of mutual respect between peers and coordinators. We encourage sharing and a non-judgemental approach.

Peer Support Training

Level 3 Accredited Peer Support Training to anyone aiming to gain professional certification in this unique and proven type of support work. We have a range of options to suit both organisations and individuals who want to increase their understanding of Peer Support.

Peer Support Supervision

External supervision for Peer Support Workers who are currently working elsewhere within the Voluntary Community Sector (VCS) or public/private sectors.

Access To Our Services

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Get Help Now

If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, you can access our crisis support service by calling 0800 952 1181.