Reach runs a number of services and schemes that utilise the skills of trained,
volunteer peer mentors.
Peer mentors are people who
through a specific experience and who can use their own, personal experiences
to help and advise someone who is going through similar issues themselves (the
Cummings, pictured right, is one of the successful peer mentors who have helped Thames
Reach’s Ace project achieve its targets. He brings his own experiences of
homelessness to help people struggling with drug and alcohol problems to get
into treatment and develop a more structured routine in their lives.
Croydon Reach’s team of volunteer peer mentors help Croydon
Reach service users in a range of ways, such as supporting those struggling
with drug and alcohol problems to get into treatment and develop a more
structured routine in their lives.
Peer Landlord Croydon provides
shared housing and peer support to formerly homeless people who are working or
close to returning to employment.
Peer Landlord London is a new model of affordable housing helping formerly homeless
people take the first steps back into work.
Thames Reach’s Employment Academy runs a number of
employment services that utilize the skills of peer mentors.
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