Covid-19 vaccine peer support and supportive conversations
As the Covid-19 vaccine roll-out gains pace we want to continue to support people who have questions or just want a chance to talk about the vaccine in more detail. More than 100 people across Newham are now trained as Vaccine Peer Supporters.
Have a conversation with a Vaccine Peer Supporter
Vaccine Peer Supporters are volunteers from our community who will listen to your questions, concerns and worries. They answer basic questions about the vaccine and find out more information if useful.
Peer supporters speak: Arabic, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Igbo, Punjabi, Spanish, Sylheti, Twi, Urdu, Yoruba
Vaccine Peer Supporters have all received training and are able to support others in their community. Email email@example.com or ring 0203 373 2777.
Be a vaccine peer supporter
Vaccine Peer Supporters are volunteers. As a vaccine peer supporter you will receive
- 2 hours of training on supportive conversations and background to the vaccine
- Direct access to public health and GPs to ask questions that go beyond your knowledge
- Weekly support drop-in sessions
- No minimum requirement – give the time you can
If you are interested in finding out more please email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 0203 373 2777.