New Horizons Borders

New Horizons Borders

Charity information

New Horizons Borders

We provide safe community based drop-ins for people who are experiencing mental ill health. We are a Peer Support group. Our aim is to promote recovery and self-management training courses

Founded 1994

  • Mission statement

    We are a user-led network providing support and opportunities for adults in the local community who are experiencing mental health difficulties.

    Our aim is to raise self-esteem and empower individuals. We encourage self-help and a positive view of mental health, as we support members on their own path of recovery.

  • Aims

    New Horizons Borders aims to:

    • Everyone has a right to have their voice heard. We are an organisation which is governed by the people who use our service, and who we believe are the best judges of what is important for their own m
    • At the very heart of NHB are the people who use our service. We believe that everybody has strengths and we support people in realising their own strengths and potential. Through support we empower
    • Everyone has a right to acceptance. We value the importance of being in an environment where no-one is discriminated against. We believe in treating people as individuals and placing positive value
    • Peer Support is at the heart of what we do. We believe in, the power of lived experience; mutual power in relationships; honesty and integrity. By working together, side by side, we can help make
    • Everyone who is involved with us is important – the committee, the members, the staff. We encourage positive contributions from people. NHB values the importance of community by engaging within th
  • Overview

    Established: March 1994

    Board members: 8

    Part time staff: 4

    Volunteers: 8

    Phone number: 01896 755510

    Address: 6b Island Street, Galashiels TD1 1NU

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