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WHAT IS PEER SUPPORT?
Peer support us the process of disclosing personal lived experience and recovery history to provide support, guidance, and inspire hope for others experiencing similar situations with their mental health.
CMHA-PEER SUPPORT PROGRAM
CMHA-PEI currently employs four Peer Support Specialists who offer the following services:
A self-help group (also known as a peer-led or peer support group) is a free-of-charge service that is voluntary (you have to want to be there), ongoing (it can continue as long as the members want). Self-help groups are led by people who share the same issue or experience. The leaders are regular people: volunteers, survivors, seniors, youths, mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, and friends – people whose only qualification is personal experience of an issue.
The PEI Helping Tree was designed to inform Islanders of the many helping resources available on Prince Edward Island. If you or someone you care about is experiencing a problem in any of the areas listed below, click on the link and follow the arrows on the flow chart to find resources that may help.
Your mental health professional or General Practitioner is a good place to start.
You can reach out to us here at CMHA PEI contact us and we can help direct you to mental health services.
211 PEI can direct you to mental health and addictions services, along with housing options and more.
The Government of Prince Edward Island has an updated list of Walk-In-Clinics across PEI, along with Mental Health and Addiction Services available.