We have made the difficult decision to cancel our Recovery College courses for the rest of this term; this means that all courses up to the end of term on April 3rd will no longer be running. This is due to a mix of factors which include many of our community venues closing, our clinical colleagues having to take on additional and ever-changing roles in order to keep people safe and well, and wanting to support and protect the people who learn with us and the people who work with us. We are passionate about the key role mental health services and the Sussex Recovery College will play in supporting our local communities during this time.   Over the coming weeks we will be exploring what support we can offer and how we can offer this in new and creative ways; one thing we are looking into at the moment is adopting a virtual classroom/webinar approach. Please see our twitter page https://twitter.com/SusRecColl for the latest information and ideas to help support you.

 

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Sussex Recovery College reduces impact on other services.

Sussex Recovery College reduces impact on other services.

Recent research conducted by Sussex recovery college has revealed a significant improvement on people's lives and reduced impact on other services. 

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About Recovery College

Recovery College offers educational courses that focus on mental health and recovery. We design our courses specially to increase your knowledge and skills and help promote self-management. The aim is to enable you to take control by becoming an expert in your own wellbeing, so you can get on with your life despite mental health challenges – whether yours or those of someone close to you.

We serve the whole of West and East Sussex and, in addition to our full adult curriculum, our Discovery College provides courses for young people aged up to 20, their parents and other family members.

Courses are free to adults of all ages. Whether you’re looking to develop your knowledge and skills in self-management, you support somebody with mental health-related challenges, or you work in the mental health services, we’re delighted to welcome you on a learning journey.

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