Scottish Recovery Network (SRN) has launched its new 3 year Strategic Plan, outlining how they will work with others to create a recovery focused mental health system, powered by lived experience and embracing peer support.
SRN’s approach is to work with a wide range of people and organisations at a local and national level to deliver collaborative recovery projects. They will then share experiences and learning through their communication channels, by developing resources and delivering learning opportunities and events.
The Strategic Plan is available on the SRN website, either to download as a pdf, or translated to British Sign Language (via YouTube video).
In line with the strategy, SRN has also launched the new Peer2Peer development programme.
Peer2Peer is a package of training and free resources that support people with lived experience of mental health challenges to develop their skills, knowledge and experience in peer support.
They are currently looking for groups, organisations and services in Scotland interested in developing peer support approaches to mental health and wellbeing as part of the programme.
They are holding an online information session on Tuesday 22nd June, 1:30pm – 3pm, for those interested in taking part in this collaborative opportunity.
The session is free, but places are limited, and booking is essential. Booking closes on Thursday 17th June.
To book your place at the session, or for further information, please send your name, contact details and your group, organisation or service by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, for further information, visit the SRN website.