Recovery College Launches Spring 2019 Prospectus


Recovery College Launches Spring 2019 ProspectusThe Western Trust Recovery College has this week launched their Spring prospectus with details of their range of free educational courses and workshops which are all designed to promote mental health well-being and recovery. All the courses are written and delivered by people with lived experience of mental health issues alongside those with professional experience and knowledge, with the aim of helping people tap into their personal resilience and resourcefulness; become experts in their own self-care and improve work towards achieving their goals and ambitions.

The College continues to expand their curriculum and have also developed cross border courses. For example new courses have been introduced including ‘Write to Recovery’ and ‘Building Healthy Relationship.’

Furthermore, as a member of the Co-operation and Working Together (CAWT) cross border partnership, the Western Trust is supporting the establishment of a cross border Mental Health Recovery College Network called ‘Innovation Recovery’. Through this cross border network, the Western Trust is offering additional courses with European Union INTERREG VA funding secured by the CAWT Partnership. These courses are available to people from Donegal and also from the Trust area and increases the overall range of course available to people on both sides of the border.

Courses are open to all - those who use services, staff, carers and members of the general public and are free of charge. Registration for the courses is essential and anyone who would like to register or find out more information please contact the Recovery College West hub Tel: 02871276452 or 02871276453

Click on the below buttons to view the new Spring 2019 Prospectus and to enrol.