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Your Humber Recovery & Wellbeing College is taking part in the RECOLLECT 2 study, which is a study exploring the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of Recovery Colleges across England. This is an exciting research opportunity for you to take part in, EXCLUSIVELY targeted to newly registered students.
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A Recovery College is an educational platform that gives people access to courses and workshops designed to be a part of their road to recovery.
Those who attend a Recovery College are considered ‘students’ rather than ‘clients’ or ‘patients’.
We consider ‘Recovery’ to mean the journey of steps you take toward a satisfying and fulfilling life. What the journey, and what a satisfying and fulfilling life, look like… well that is different for each individual.
The new 2024 Spring Prospectus is LIVE!
The prospectus tells you everything you need to know about who we are and what we do. It runs through all of the sessions you can access with us for FREE through from January to March 2024
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At the Humber Recovery and Wellbeing College we provide a unique opportunity for people from all walks of life to co-produce, plan, write and present courses that focus on recovery and wellness. Co-production and lived experience are at the heart of what a recovery college does, and it is this focus that makes them so effective in helping people with mental health challenges to gain the skills and confidence they need to live full and fulfilling lives.
The Humber Recovery and Wellbeing College, in partnership with Mental Health Mates, is excited to announce the launch of their East Riding wellbeing walking group. Take the first step towards a healthier mind and body. Register online now to book your place on our walking group.
Restful Nights: Sleep Awareness course explores how we may manage our sleeping habits to better improve sleep quality and our overall health.
Sleep- Why we need it, how to promote it, where to get help.
This course is a brief introduction to what psychosis is, and includes some videos of stories about lived experience with psychosis.
This course introduces you to the involvement opportunities that are taking place across Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust.