The March 2019 listing for Involvement Opportunities in Tower Hamlets is now available for DOWNLOAD.
In this months edition you can find details of:
•The 24 hour Mental Health Crisis Helpline in Tower Hamlets.
•Visit my Mosque Open Day.
•The THCVS Health and wellbeing Networking Event.
•Give feedback on your experiences at the Royal London Hospital.
•Employment and training Opportunities and much, much more….
To download your copy of the full March listing CLICK HERE.
The Recovery College Open day was a day full of networking, learning and discovery.
The Recovery College Open Day had a drop in session that ran between 12pm and 4pm on Friday 7th July. Throughout the day a mixture of professionals, students, tutors and people from community groups came together to network and find out more about the college what it has to offer.
The Open day began with refreshments and gave attendees the opportunity to mingle and chat with other attendees. This was then followed by a series of presentations, firstly from the Recovery College team about their journey so far and then from three peer tutors of the Recovery College.
The Tutors gave some details about their experience delivering courses at the College and how the course’s content has positively impacted on students, their mental health and their wellbeing. Attendees also gave feedback on what they thought the successes of the college were and how things might be improved going forward.
Later on in the day Carrie Fitzpatrick (Deputy Director of Mental Health and Joint Commissioning at Tower Hamlets) and Edwin Ndlovu (East London Foundation Trust Director and the Recovery College Team) congratulated the team on the terms success and expressed their optimism for future college terms.
Dr Lucja Kolkiewicz (Consultant Psychiatrist & Associate Medial Director for Recovery and Wellbeing) also took to the stage on the day to present the ideas for the Recovery College’s offerings expanding with a Creative Summer School, to include; a Quilting, Art and a Video Workshop. These ideas were met with lots of enthusiasm from the audience.
To find out more about the Recovery College’s service offerings visit their website on the following web address:
The Tower Hamlets Recovery College is run by the East London Foundation Trust supporting the recovery and wellbeing of people in Tower Hamlets. It provides educational workshops and courses that are designed and delivered by people with lived experience of mental health and people who are trained and work in mental health services.
Courses at the Recovery College are free of charge and are available to Service Users, carers, family, friends, staff and anyone with an interest in mental health and recovery. This Summers Courses include:
- Food & Mood
- Coping for Carers
- Self Management & Dealing with a crisis
- Dealing with Depression
..and much much more. Discover for yourself, gain understanding and increase your awareness of mental health and wellbeing at the Recovery College this Summer. Download the latest Summer Prospectus HERE.
To book a place on any course or for further information, please use the contact details below:
Telephone: 0207 426 2449