Horsham Peer Support

Community Support

Who we are

Richmond Fellowship’s Horsham Peer Support Service works with individuals affected by mental ill health already living in their own homes. After your initial discussion, you will be allocated a Peer Worker who will offer up to 12 support sessions either in person or virtually, working towards individually developed practical recovery goals.

This Richmond Fellowship service is a part of Pathfinder West Sussex, supporting people with their mental health and wellbeing. Pathfinder is an alliance of organisations providing a single point of access to mental health support across West Sussex.

What we do

In our Peer Support Service, all our staff have lived experience of mental ill health and have used mental health services. Our Peer Recovery Workers share their own experiences in a recovery-oriented way. This is a successful way to enable and support people to explore strategies around improving overall wellbeing, managing symptoms, building confidence and often developing an individual Wellness Recovery Action Plan.

The Peer Support Service also run a variety of groups which run on a rolling 12 week basis. Please contact the service for which groups are running as these change from time to time.

We accept self-referrals, professional referrals and friends/family referrals. To refer, please call 01403 241866 or email Info.Horsham@RichmondFellowship.org.uk

Who we help

Our service is for adults aged over 18 with mental health support needs who are registered with a GP and lives in the Horsham District area.

Getting referred

Please contact the service for more details.

Additional info

Download our Horsham Peer Support leaflet.

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