News | Posted on 26th Sep 2017
Last week the WSRC was pleased to have a visit from Renae Hodgson, Acting Director Planning, Policy and Strategy from the Western Australian Mental Health Commission.
Renae is gathering information for the development of two Recovery Colleges in and outside Perth. We shared our successes and challenges of starting a recovery college with Renae.
Through this sharing we realised just how far we have come in delivering this exciting model of co designed education for people with lived experience, their families and workers in the Western Sydney community.
L-R: Julie Miller, Recovery College Manager; Bridget Betzold, Engagement Officer; Renae Hodgson, Acting Director Planning, Policy and Strategy from WA Mental Health Commission.