What we offer

Turning negative experiences into positive outcomes

Similar to our social drop in, our peer support group has a greater focus on what our members are currently dealing with and any external issues that may be causing extra stress on us all as a group, such as the rising costs of living, the loss of a member of the community and more.

Programme Frequently Asked Questions

Men over the age of 18. Peer support is a safe space which allows us all to take the time and listen to every member who attends, through a trauma informed and group support approach. We encourage everyone to take part but we do not force anyone to talk. The space is for everyone whether they want to open up or not - if you want to attend and just listen, that is ok!

No, you do not need a referral for this service. Everyone is welcome to come along when they can!

Although there is access to the bottom floor where our main session rooms are, the toilets are an issue as they are located upstairs and there is not a lift located in the building. We apologise deeply for this issue and hope our next wellbeing centre will be more accessible for all.


We believe lived-experience alongside ongoing training is crucial to supporting the young people and adults of Inverclyde

There will always be someone on hand if you are struggling with any mental health concerns or issues. Our mission is to make sure nobody has to wait when it comes to accessing support for their Mental Health - we are here for you.