The South Eastern Sydney Recovery College has released their 2018 Term 1 (January to April) Course Guide.
Who can attend the Recovery College?
Whether you experience mental distress, use drug and alcohol services or both, you support someone who does or you work with South Eastern Sydney Local Health District, the Recovery College offer you the opportunity to learn about recovery, wellbeing and inspire people to lead hopeful and meaningful lives. All the courses are friendly and welcoming.
The South Eastern Sydney Recovery College is currently free of charge and open to:
- People 18 years of age and over who have a mental health concern and live in the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District catchment (aqua blue section of map http://www.health.nsw.gov.au/lhd/Pages/lhd-maps.aspx or contact the Recovery College for further clarification).
- Due to the new project for the period of June 2017 to June 2018 the Recovery College will be extending our eligibility to include people 18 years of age and over who use drug and alcohol services and live in the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District catchment.
- Their families, carers and support people.
- Staff, students and volunteers of the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District.
- Staff of the Recovery College partner organisations
If you do not meet the eligibility criteria and would like to attend courses for a fee, complete the enrolment form on page 21 and tick box as indicated in the ‘connection with the Recovery College’ section.
A reminder to carers, families and other support people.
All Recovery College courses are suitable for carers, families and other support people. The Recovery College have a number of carer educators who co-write and co-facilitate courses. Each term the Recovery College develop a flyer about courses recommended for carers. If you would like to receive a copy please email: SESLHD-RecoveryCollege@health.nsw.gov.au