Peer support is a supportive relationship between people who have a lived experience in common. The peer support worker provides emotional and social support to others who share a common experience.

(Mental Health Commission of Canada:

Peer support can be offered informally or casually through social interactions or recreational activities, but it is often organized and run as a structured, formal program by persons with lived experience who are trained specifically to provide support.

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