Perth Peer support group weekly meetings

Perth Peer Support weekly group meetings are for anyone concerned about the effect that alcohol is having on their lives. It gives people in various stages of recovery a chance to share experiences and support each other. The group is supported by trained counsellors but also led by group members, giving everyone the opportunity to discuss issues important to them.

We currently meet weekly on Tuesdays from 12– 1pm in the TCA Perth office (address below). On the last Tuesday of every month, we have a longer two hour meeting from 12-2pm, which is a structured session for the first hour, offering the group the opportunity to focus on particular topics of their choosing. The second hour will be the peer support element of the meeting.

Find out more about the group – read the Perth Peer support leaflet (PDF format), contact us on 01738 580336 (TCA Perth) or email enquiries@alcoholtayside.com

If you feel that you would benefit from support, whether it be in a group or by talking to a trained counsellor, please do not hesitate to get in touch. We are here to help you!

TCA Perth Office address: 14 Marshall Place, Perth, PH2 8AH

More about the Perth Peer support group

Who can join the group?

The group is specifically for people who have concerns about the effect alcohol is having on their lives.

Will I be able to talk to someone in private?

The group is facilitated by trained counsellors and they will be available to talk to you on a one to one basis after the group finishes.

How can the group benefit me?

The group can provide a safe space where you can gain support, knowledge and guidance to tackle the problems with alcohol you may be experiencing.

Will I be expected to talk to the group about my alcohol-related problems?

No-one will ask you to discuss personal issues surrounding alcohol or any other topic. You can choose how much or how little you wish to say about anything.

More than just a group..

The group facilitators can provide workshops on a range of activities if chosen by group members. These include relaxation techniques, self-help plans and support, assertiveness, self esteem, art therapy, outings and visits.