North Wales Peer Mentoring

Denbighshire, Flintshire, Wrexham

Working with people who use substances in Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham

Peer Mentoring

This new, exciting programme will bring three Peer Mentors to three targeted areas across north Wales.

Peer Mentors will

Each Peer Mentor provides support and guidance to people who have a substance dependency in either Rhyl, Shotton or Wrexham.

The aim being to ensure people that use substances are able to overcome any barriers and move towards sustainable employment.

Peer Mentors and service users will have at least eight meetings.

What to expect


You can be referred through your Work Coach at a Job Centre Plus, or directly through other statutory and third sector organisations.

Once a referral is accepted, you will meet with your local Peer Mentor, to go through your situation and circumstances and come up with a personalised plan of support.

Over a period of approximately eight weeks, or longer if required, you will meet with your Peer Mentor to work toward your goals.

This service is funded by the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP)


Interested in becoming a Peer Mentor or Volunteer?

Would you like to become a Peer Mentor or Volunteer and help individuals with a substance dependency?

You can apply for any vacancies on our Jobs page

For more information about the project, or to request referral information, please contact us.




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