Peer Support

Peer Support

Support for Asbestos and Mesothelioma Victims

 

Who we aim to support

Our goal is to provide peer to peer support for Asbestos and Mesothlioma victims and sufferers. The purpose of our meetings is for people who have been affected by asbestos to meet like-minded people in an informal way to share stories and make new friends in a relaxed environment.

How we offer support

AMAA is non-denominational and apolitical. Everyone is welcome to come along and share their story while gaining support, guidance and assistance from fellow members. Some of our members report the benefits of the meetings as offering:

  • friendship and fellowship
  • hope and understanding
  • knowing that you are not alone in dealing with an asbestos related condition
  • compassion, care and support
  • guidance and information on issues relevant to living with an asbestos related condition
  • carer networks and support
  • information on asbestos issues in the local community, as well as nationally and globally
  • personal recommendations of local services and organisations who deal with asbestos related conditions
  • knowing that you are not alone

hands_supportOn some occasions, we are joined by a guest speaker to discuss issues and concerns relevant to our members. If you would like to speak at a meeting or know of anyone who would be interested please contact us.

‘Come along and be amongst friends!’

 

Our Asbestos Support Group Locations and Dates

The latest meetings dates for 2015 can be found on our Meetings page. The location of our meetings are held at:

The Secret Garden, 1st Floor South Tweed Sports Club 4 Minjungbal Drive South Tweed Heads

Come along, meet new friends and share your story. We would love to see you!