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Welcome to the Peer-to-Peer Networks WA, where we provide practical information about peer networks in Western Australia for the disabled community.

The Peer-to-Peer Networks WA project is for people living with disability and/or mental health concerns along with their family members and carers in order to link to peer support initiatives that can; build personal connections, assist with access to, and sharing of information, as well as learning from their peers.

Joining a Peer Support Network is a great way to build connections with people living with disability, and sometimes family members of people living with disability.

Joining a network will give you access to a support group of people you can talk to about things that are important to you, and who you can share information with and learn from.

You can also work together with your network to advocate for things that are important to you.

Peer-to-Peer Networks WA has several trained Peer Network Facilitators who work individually with people or groups, as well as facilitate workshops and Peer Network Café’s.

Networks are free to join.

They come in all shapes and sizes. There is no one-size-fits-all model.

Activity type: Support Groups

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