Reading Community Outreach Support Service
The Reading Community Outreach service is for people aged over 18 who are struggling with their mental health. We provide personalised support delivered by Peer Outreach Workers, who have a lived experience of mental health themselves, who bring a genuine understanding and empathetic approach in supporting you to work towards your goals.
We offer one to one support, as well as group sessions themed around various wellbeing topics. You can choose how you access support – whether that’s in person, online via video chat, or on the phone.
Part of our support is specifically for people in Reading from the refugee and asylum seeker community. We offer specialist one to one and group support from a Peer Outreach Worker who has first-hand experience of being a refugee.
Who to contact
- 0118 966 0240 0118 966 0240
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