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Peer support

If you or someone you care about are struggling with mental health concerns, feeling isolated or just needing to connect, peer support at SANE allows you to reach out to people who understand what you’re going through. 

Peer support is a non-clinical and recovery-based approach to mental health support based on shared experiences of navigating mental health challenges. 

You don’t have to go it alone. Explore peer support as part of your recovery journey.

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The SANE online forums are full of people who want to connect. They understand because they’ve been there too. Plus, it’s anonymous, so you can say what’s really going on.

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Peer Group Chat

Share with others affected by complex mental health issues while chatting on a relevant topic. Groups are safe, anonymous, and run by trained peer support workers.

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Email a Peer Worker 

Connect with someone who gets it! Our team of Peer Workers are ready to provide space for you to share what matters to you. 

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If you are needing immediate support and can’t reach us, contact the services below. In an emergency contact 000.