The Tyneside Recovery College has come together with Launchpad and many other voluntary sector colleagues to create an exciting, innovative and responsive mental health collaborative by and for service users and carers – ReCoCo: the Recovery College Collective
The College is a place where service users are able to make connections and develop their knowledge and skills in relation to recovery.
To find out more information about the courses or to book a place on a course tel 0191 261 0948, email email@example.com or visit our website
Sunderland Recovery College, offers a range of free recovery focused educational courses in the Sunderland area for people with lived mental health experience, their friends and family. The courses are free and designed to contribute to recovery and wellbeing, supporting people to recognise their own talent and resourcefulness in order to become experts in their own self management; make informed choices and achieve the things they want to in life.
To find out more information about the courses or to book a place on a course tel 0191 553 2255 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Positive Pathways Northumberland is a Recovery College hub and has been established with the intention of providing a safe place to learn with like minded people where people can connect, learn knowledge, and develop skills.
Our courses have been developed and will be facilitated by a combination of people with lived experience and people with an interest in recovery.
All courses are free and available to anyone who would find them helpful in their recovery from mental illness, substance misuse, trauma or distress; and for people who want to maintain their wellbeing.
To find out more information about the courses or to book a place on a course telephone: 01670 395 760 or email: PPN@ntw.nhs.uk
South Tyneside Open Recovery College (STORC) provides recovery focused courses where people can connect, gain knowledge and develop skills for wellbeing. We Support people to recognise the strength, resilience and resourcefulness they already have within them and use these skills to build a better future.
Our courses are:
* Open to anyone who might find them beneficial to their wellbeing.
* Developed and facilitated by Peer Support Workers who have experienced difficulties themselves.
To find out more information about the courses or to book a place on a course telephone: 07551 136 200 Email: informationSTORC@ntw.nhs.uk