The difficult decision to cancel our courses for Term 2 and 3 has been made by the team at the Recovery College. This is based on the current government advice related to the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak.
During this time of need for our frontline services the Recovery College team are being redeployed to support our colleagues in the trust, so we will only be able to provide a limited service at the college.
Over the coming weeks we will be exploring ways to offer support remotely. We will be keeping our social media sites up to date with hopeful messages, wellbeing resources and updates regarding the status of the college. Links to these sites can be found below and within our media content section.
We are thinking about all our students, will continue to hold hope for you during these challenging times and hope you stay safe and well.
Mental illness can affect all of us. In fact, around one in four people will experience a mental illness at some point in their lives.
The Recovery College takes an educational approach to equip you with the knowledge and skills to get on with your life, despite mental illness.
Because mental illness can affect anyone, these skills are relevant to all of us whether we’re health professionals or service users – and the Recovery College welcomes all.
If you’re a mental health professional, the courses on offer at the college are especially relevant, and we would encourage all staff working in mental health to enrol with the college.
Enrolment takes minutes and the Recovery College offers courses all over Hampshire. You only need to enrol once and then you can book onto our courses over the phone or by email.