Event | Posted on 6th Jun 2017
Western Sydney Recovery College is holding a launch in the last week of June to promote our Semester 2 programs. The Recovery College's friendly team will be available to answer all your questions about Recovery College programs, how to enrol and what is involved.
News | Posted on 1st Jun 2017
On 30 May 2017, we participated in the WentWest PHN Connections Conference at Rooty Hill. The Recovery College team had an information stall to promote programs and courses. (more…)
News | Posted on 29th May 2017
Western Sydney Recovery College has released its Semester 2 program. Recovery College is offering a large range of mental health educative courses and workshops in locations across western Sydney at Blacktown, Mt Druitt, Parramatta and Auburn. Our course include programs to better understand mental health conditions and practical skills to support individuals and their family members and carers in recovery. Call 02 9854 5541 for more information or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
News | Posted on 28th May 2017
One Door Mental Health is delighted to announce that it is delivering the Western Sydney Recovery College service and programs from 1 July 2017. We will be offering an expanded range of courses in a four locations across western Sydney. One of our new programs is the Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work which will commence in October 2017. Mental Health Co-ordinating Council is our RTO who will deliver this program. Individuals interested in this course are encouraged to attend a “Get Qualified” information session prior to enrolling. Western Sydney Recovery College is an initiative of the Western Sydney PHN, Wentwest. All courses are co-designed and co-delivered by educators with lived experience and educators with clinical or professional experience to give a shared voice and understanding of mental health. All courses are open to people with lived experience of a mental health condition, their carers, family members and to workers and volunteers in the mental health and community sectors.