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Free peer support groups for young people

The Invictus Drop In

Our peer support groups are drop in sessions where you and other young people can come together and use your experience to help one another. All of our groups are friendly, non-judgmental and confidential spaces. 
To find out more, have a look through our Frequently Asked Questions below:


Q. What is a Peer Support Group? 
A. A peer support group is a face to face, informal drop in self-help group. These sessions are a place where you and other young people can come together to help one another through shared experiences and emotional support. All of our groups are friendly, non-judgemental and confidential spaces.

Q. How do I refer?
A. Our peer support groups are drop ins, they are free of charge and do not require being referred or booking, you can just show up to your preferred location.

Q. Where will our peer support groups be held? 
A. Our peer support sessions will be held at see above

Q. Are these locations accessible?
A.   Ed shift does have stairs to access the rooms

Q. When do our groups meet and how long do they meet for? 
A.Our peer support groups meet once a week (depending on location) for approximately one hour for each age group. The days and times may vary. For more information on specific groups, please check the below for your age group and preferred locations to confirm date and time.

Q.Where can I find the updated information about the group's next meeting?
A.You can view dates and times for the upcoming meeting of your age group and location on our updates calendar (above or below). 

Q.How many people will be attending these groups?
A.The groups are friendly sized and can vary from month to month, however, our face to face sessions can hold a maximum number of 20 attendees. The Shipley Group will have a maximum of 10 places per week. 

Q.Who will be running the groups? 
A.Our qualified practitioners will be present at each group session to offer emotional support and facilitate the session, however, peer support is peer led. The aim of peer support is to bring people together with shared experiences to support each other.

Q.Who are your staff
A. Our Drop-in staff are qualified Health Education England Peer Support workers and members of staff at Invictus Wellbeing. There is a minimum of two staff members with full enhanced DBS checks. We may work in partnership with other reputable organisations such as Edshift and Newground Together.

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Find your nearest Invictus Drop In

Invictus Drop In Ed Shift

7 Harrison Lane,Halifax HX1 2AF 

TIMES:        AGES 14-17 - 5-6pm

                   AGES 18-25 - 6-7pm

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Directions from the bus station to help you. 
(see right)

Please text of telephone if you get lost. 


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Invictus Online Support Group - Bradford

For more information and booking links, please contact

AGE 13+

TIMES:        5:30pm-7pm


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