This evaluation report presents findings from a “Peer-Led Education Pilot for people with psychosocial support needs in Darwin”. The project reflects an innovative peer-led education approach that adopts a unique multi-model collaboration process in the design, delivery, and evaluation of the Peer-Led Education Pilot (PLEP). The overarching aim of the evaluation was to describe the appropriateness and effectiveness of the My Recovery and Train the Facilitator programs delivered in Darwin as part of PLEP, as well as to inform (a) effective program elements, (b) potential adaptation considerations for Northern Territory (NT) rural and remote areas, and (c) considerations for scalability across the NT.
|Place of Publication||Brinkin, N.T.|
|Number of pages||148|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|
- psychosocial support
- Peer-Led Education Pilot
- Mental Health
- mental illness