Peer Mentoring

by The Greater Easterhouse Alcohol Awareness Project (GEAAP) Claimed

The Alcohol Peer Support Service is for anyone over the age of 18, living in the East of Glasgow and is available seven days a week, including weekends. Service aims to offer support and encouragement to individuals who are trying to achieve long term recovery from alcohol addiction and who may need that little bit of help to get out of the house to access new opportunities.

The service is provided by volunteer Peer Mentors who all have lived experience of alcohol issues and have been trained to support individuals in the early stages of recovery from alcohol.

Support can be provided to attend a wide range of activities such as G.P. Hospital & CAT appointments, as well as help to access the many recovery initiatives now established across Glasgow. This form of alcohol support can give you a helping hand through appointments and more.

Last updated 18/10/2018

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 0141 773 1222
This service is under the category: Alcohol Addiction , Addiction , Conditions , Health & Social Care Services , Support Network , Mentoring , Peer Support