The Inspire Consortium Launches at a public event on 11th January 2016.

You are invited to join us between 10am-2pm at The Brady Arts Centre as we launch the new Inspire, Mental Health, Recovery & Wellbeing Services.

There will be the opportunity to meet the staff from all of the new services;

  • First Point of Access
  • Service User Involvement & So-Production
  • One to One & group Support
  • The Work & Wellbeing Hub

There will also be representatives from the Tower Hamlets Recovery College and In-the-know.

The event will start with a series of short presentations and then an open floor Q & A session.  Refreshments and a lunch will be served.

If you have any queries or questions about the event please do contact us on: 0330 0538122* or email:

We look forward to seeing you!



Every contribution counts – Volunteers needed!

The Inspire – Service User Involvement & Co-Production Service needs your support and particpation!

Volunteers are need to contribute  in three key areas:

Service User Involvement: Is an opportunity to contribute your views, ideas and experiences of mental health and mental health services.

Co-Production: Is a chance to be involved in the planning, delivery and development of mental health services.

Peer Support: Is the chance for people to become involved in an existing Service User led group, (Service User Network) providing knowledge, experience, social and emotional support.

Anyone living in Tower Hamlets aged 18 years+  that feels they would like to contribute and take part in the development of services can get in touch.

If you wish to have a chat about how you would like to be involved call Ambia Khatun at the Service User Involvement & Co Production Service on: 0208 313 9725. Alternatively you can Download and complete the Service User Registration Form HERE and then email it to:

A very warm welcome to our new website!

We have been working alongside our Digital Marketing Agency – Frogbox, since late summer to bring you this site and it has given us the chance to really showcase the new and innvoative work that the Inspire Consortium is delivering.

Lara Arthur – Project Co-ordinator for Inspire Consortium said,  ‘ Working with Frogbox has been great. They encouraged us to take new steps in embracing digial communications and build a site that enables people to contact us at the touch of a button!

The new site is repsonsive which means it works brilliantly on a mobile phone or tablet and once on our web site you can call us directly from there by pressing our telephone number at the top of every page.  We have also incorporated a ‘Live Chat’ facility which allows people to communicate in real time via their keypad with our First Point of Access service.  

We hope that these new innovations will mean accessing Inspire Mental Health Recovery & Wellbeing Services in Tower Hamlets is both simple and easy.’

The Inspire team would be delighted to hear your experience of using our site please do send us some feedback, so let us know:

  • How the site made you feel?
  • If you were able to find the information you needed easily ?
  • Whether you intend to visit us again!

Simply complete the message form on our Contact Us page with your comments.

Autumn Term at the Recovery College

The Tower Hamlets Recovery colleges supports recovery and the wellbeing of people in Tower Hamlets.  

It provides educational workshops and courses that are designeelftd and delivered by people with lived experience of mental health and people who are trained and work in mental health services. 

Courses offered by the Recovery College are completely free of charge and are available to Service Users, carers, family, friends. staff and anyone with an interest in mental health and recovery.

Courses in this autumn term include:

  • Mental Health & Different cultures
  • The Recovery Journey
  • Coping for Carers and many more

The latest autumn Prospectus can be Downloaded HERE