Evaluation of Re:Connect and time and space peer mentoring projects

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Macgregor, Aisha; Cameron, Julie
Mental Health Foundation
Date of publication
17 July 2018
Mental health services, Social Work, Social Care and Social Services, Employment, Community Development and Regeneration
Social welfare
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The Mental Health Foundation commissioned an evaluation of mental health carers peer mentoring project: RE: Connect in Glasgow and Time and Space in Stirling and Clackmannanshire. This report outlines the main findings drawn from interviews and surveys conducted with mentees, mentors, volunteers, staff members, and referral agencies. It outlines the successes and challenges experienced since its inception and assesses the merits of peer mentoring as a form of support.

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