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Course Title Day Dates Time Venue (£) Fee Status
Boxing for Health Thursdays 10 January – 28 March (weekly except
half term)
2:30pm - 4:30pm Vulcan Gym Free Available
Build Your Self-Esteem Tuesdays 26 February and
5 March 
(two week course)
10am - 12pm Hessle Community Centre (Room 15) Free FULL
Coping with Emotions Tuesdays 15 January - 12 March
(nine week course including half term)
6 - 8.30pm Hull University (Brynmor Jones Library, Room tbc)  Free Available
Crafting for Wellbeing Thursdays 10 January –
28 March
(weekly except
half term)
10am - 12pm Artlink (Wet Room) £5 FULL
Creative Writing Circle Mondays 14 and 28 January and 11 and 25 February and 11 and 25 March
(biweekly except
half term)
1:30pm – 4:30pm Hull Central Library (Meeting Room 1) Free FULL
Crochet For Beginners Tuesdays 8, 15, 22 and 29 January and 5 and 12 February (Six Week course) 2 - 4pm Goole Library £3 Available
Crochet For Improvers Tuesdays 26 February and
5, 12, 19 and 26 March (five Week Course) 
2 - 4 pm Goole Library £3 Available
Drawing Tuesdays 8, 15, 22 and 29 January and 5 and 12 February (Six Week course) 1 - 4pm Hessle Community Centre (Hall) £3 Available
Emotional Support Following Any Loss Tuesdays 5 and 12 February
(two week course)
1 - 3.30pm North Bridlington Library (Suite) Free Available
Exploring My Values (and what’s important
to me)
Tuesday 22-Jan 10am - 12pm Hessle Community Centre (Room 15) Free CANCELLED
Five Ways to Wellbeing Thursdays 28 February and 7 and 14 March
(two week course)
10am - 12pm North Bridlington Library (Suite) Free Available
Flamborough Day Trip Friday 15 March 2019 All Day Flamborough (Meeting place for the minibus tbc) £5 Available
Get Together (February) Tuesday 26 February 2019 1 - 4.30pm Hessle Community Centre (Hall) £2 Available
Happiness Tuesday 5 and 12 February
(two week course)
9.30am 12pm Hessle Community Centre (Room 15) Free Available
Living with Anxiety Tuesday 26 March 2019 9.30 - 12pm Hessle Community Centre (Room 15) Free FULL
Living with Biploar Tuesday 15 January 2019 10am - 12pm Hessle Community Centre (Room 15) Free FINISHED
Living with Dementia (and things you can do to help) Thursday 17 January 2019 10am - 12pm Hessle Community Centre (Room 15) Free FINISHED
Living with and Understanding my Sexuality Monday 21 January 2019 2 - 4pm Fuel Free CANCELLED
Looking Forward (New Years Resolutions?) Tuesday 08 January 2019 09.30am - 12pm Hessle Community Centre (Room 15) Free FINISHED
Medications in Mental Health  Thursday 21 March 2019 1.30 - 3.30pm St. Andrew’s Wellbeing Centre (Art Room) Free Available
Meditation Wednesdays 9 January -
27 March
(weekly except
half term)
10 - 10.55pm KCOM Craven Park (Robins Nest) Free Available
Mental Health Awareness (MHFA) Monday 04 March 2019 1 - 5pm Hessle Community Centre (Hall) £13 Available
Nature Walks through East Park (Man Stuff) Tuesday 19 March 2019 10am - 1pm East Park (Meet by the Splash Boat) Free Available
Nature Walk through Queens Gardens Tuesday 05 February 2019 10am - 1pm Queens Gardens (Meet outside BBC Building) Free Available
One Man’s Struggle To Play Footy Despite Being Useless at it (Man Stuff) Thursdays 7 February and 7 March 2019 10am - 12pm KCOM Craven Park (Robins Nest) Free Available
Photography Tuesdays 5, 12, 19 and 26 March 2019 10am -12pm Hessle Community Centre (Hall) Free FULL
Sustainability and Green Living Tuesday 19 March 2019 09.30 - 12pm Hessle Community Centre (Hall) Free Available
Tai Chi Wednesdays 9 January -
27 March
(weekly except
half term)
11.05am - 12pm KCOM Craven Park (Robins Nest) Free Available
Tech Stuff (Man Stuff) Wednesdays 9 January, 6 February and 6 March 10am - 12:30pm Ings Library (Learning Zone) Free CANCELLED
Think Delirium (Older People's Mental Health) Tuesday 12-Mar 10am - 1pm Hessle Community Centre (Room 15) Free Available
Tree of Life  Tuesday 29 January 2019 9.30am - 12pm Hessle Community Centre (Room 15) Free Available
Understanding Welfare Benefits Wednesdays 16 January 2019 10am -12pm Haltemprice Library Free Available
13 February 2019 Vulcan (IT Room) Free Available
13 March 2019 Beverley Library (Downstairs) Free Available
Volunteer Information Sesh Monday 04 February 2019 1.30 - 4 St. Andrew’s Wellbeing Centre (Art Room) Free Available
Wellbeing Through Creativity  Tuesdays 8 January - 
26 March
(weekly except
half term)
10am - 12pm Old Parcels Office, Bridlington (Art Room) £5 Available
Fridays 11, 18 and 25 January with potential to continue until 29 March (weekly except
half term)
9.30am - 12pm KCOM Craven Park (North Stand, Boxes 7-8) £5 FULL
Beginners Combo (Yoga, Tai Chi, Meditation) Friday 5 October - 14 December (weekly except half term) 2 - 3pm Hessle Community Centre  Free Available

Course Descriptions

LATEST NEWS

28/11/2018

 

The Humber Recovery & Wellbeing College will be touring Hull and East Riding taking enrollments ..

01/12/2018

 

The Recovery college Christmas get-together session has changed. The original date for ..

RECOVERY AND WELLBEING COLLEGE

 

January 2018

 

The Trust won two awards during a day devoted to celebrating excellence and innovation in health and care in Hull and the East Riding.  The Social Mediation and Self-Help team (SMASH) led the way by picking up a special recognition award on Thursday (20 Oct) during the 2017 Hull and East Riding Health Expo.

 

FEATURED NEWS

November 2018

 

Artlink has organised a panel discussion on exploring art and mental health as part of the Maybe It’s The World That’s Mad programme with Mad Pride Hull.

December 2018

 

Living with Dementia. All are welcome (including healthcare professionals or those with dementia in their lives) to this workshop with Wendy Mitchell, author of Sunday Times Bestseller Somebody I Used To Know , who also....

December 2018

 

The Humber recovery college is proud to be working alongside the local mental health charity Hull and Eat Yorkshire Mind have some  great wellbeing courses available as well as a course on how to manage over the Christmas periods. if you ..

MENTAL HEALTH

December 2018

 

Tai chi is a fluid, nearly effortless form of exercise that is designed to relax and cleanse the body and refresh the mind. All tai chi routines are targeted towards the development of, or obtainment of, stress reduction, muscular toning, flexibility, coordination, balance and mental wellbeing ..

December  2018

 

It can be easy to rush through life without stopping to notice much.

 

Paying more attention to the present moment – to your own thoughts and feelings, and to the world around you – can improve your mental wellbeing..

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We are here to answer any questions you may have about the Humber Recovery and Wellbeing college or any of our courses. Reach out to us and we'll respond as soon as we can

 

Address

Recovery College

Trust Headquarters

Willerby Hill,

Beverley Road,

Willerby

HU10 6ED

 

Telephone

(01482) 389124

 

Email

hnf-tr.recoverycollege@nhs.net

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