On the 3rd October we welcomed our first intake of peers for the peer academy. GDAS Peer Academy offers training and opportunities to get involved in the delivery of our service.

GDAS Peers are valued additions to the GDAS family. Delivering Naloxone, supporting outreach staff, leading Wellbeing Hubs, running groups and taking part in research, our Peers boldly go where others fear to tread!

If you would you like to contribute to someone else’s recovery, volunteer with GDAS, and learn new and valuable skills, increasing employability within the support field? We want to hear from you. If you are interested in joining the peer academy or would like to know more about it, please click here.