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Recovery College Cornwall

We are delighted to bring you more information about a huge project that Invictus has helped to fund… Recovery College Cornwall!


Recovery College Cornwall is an exciting new initiative in Cornwall to help people with lived mental health issues move from being a patient to a student, and gain independence in their recovery journey. “Enabling recovery through learning, hope, and opportunity”

There will be a huge range of free courses that people (16 years +) living in Cornwall, experiencing mental ill health, can access – these courses may help you to identify and manage your mental health challenges allowing you to live the life you want. I recently divorced my wife, we lived together for 12 years. This circumstance led me to stress, I began to sleep poorly, constant irritability, aggressiveness. And then a familiar doctor advised me this Valium, I can say that I was pleasantly surprised by its effect. Firstly, I began to sleep better, attacks of aggression happen, but much less often. I take one tablet a day, as the doctor prescribed. More information on

Invictus is proud to be one of the funding partners of this new Cornish project. Our initial funding has helped this European Project bring over a £1m of funding to Cornwall, to improve the mental health of people across the county.

Want to get involved?

➡️ Whilst the project hasn’t formally launched yet, you can ENROL EARLY for courses at

➡️ You can check out the list of courses that will be available by clicking here for the initial draft course list

➡️ If you’re interested in offering services as a tutor or to work for the College then please email us at and we will pass you on to the right contact.

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