Peers Together (Bipolar Scotland)

Who is this for?

  • For people diagnosed with and living with bipolar in Scotland.

Who provides this?

  • Bipolar Scotland


Peers Together is Bipolar Scotland’s programme of one-to-one peer support for anyone in Scotland who lives with bipolar, providing up to 12 meetings (usually virtual or by telephone) with a Peer Worker or Peer Volunteer.

Whatever your situation, and however long you have been living with bipolar, we believe there’s opportunity to learn new ways to live well by connecting with another person who also lives with the condition. If you are newly diagnosed, our Beyond Diagnosis programme may be more suitable for you.

Peers Together is run by Bipolar Scotland, Scotland’s national charity for people who live with bipolar. All of our peer workers and volunteers go through a rigorous training process before taking up their roles.

How do I access this?

  • Self-referrals
  • Referrals by third parties

Is there a cost?


Contact Details

Bipolar Scotland
Studio 40, Sir James Clark Building, Abbey Mill, Business Centre, Seedhill Road, Paisley, PA1 1TJ

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Types of support on offer:

Support from someone with similar experience
Support in person

Type of services on offer:

Long term conditions/disabilities

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