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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. As the warmer weather approaches, this is the perfect opportunity to venture outdoors, engage in a social activity, and improve your mental and physical health....
The Focus Group recognizes the importance of community engagement and participation in shaping the recovery college's direction. By involving individuals with lived experience, the group ensures that the college's initiatives resonate with the wider community. In this way, the recovery college becomes a space where.....
The Humber Recovery and Wellbeing College is delighted to unveil its highly anticipated summer prospectus. With an array of familiar courses and exciting additions centred around the theme of physical health and outdoor activities, this prospectus promises to offer a holistic approach to improving mental health and overall well-being.
What should Hull’s relationship with the water be? Is the Water part of our community? Why, or why not? What does a sustainable, empathetic relationship with the Water look like? Humber Recovery and Wellbeing College is proud to working alongside Lauren Saunders to present 'Riverspeaking' Workshops as part of the Hull Maritime Project this summer
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.