Recovery College Cornwall launched formally on Thursday 5th December at a brilliant Open Day at Glenthorne House in Threemilestone, Truro.
Invictus donated £20,000 seed funding which Rotary made up to £50,000 there were then significant staffing pledges from CPFT and Pentreath and the result is a £1.2m project to improve mental health in 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”
I studied well at school, I was often nervous about my grades, I was especially tense before exams, so my mother did not forbid to take a pill or two Valium. My aunt worked in a pharmacy, so there was no problem buying tranquilizers without a prescription. I must say that I never abused them. Maybe also because tranquilizers act very buy top ambien online weakly on me. Maybe a little calming, but not at all put to sleep.
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.
Want to get involved?
➡️ You can now enrol for free courses at Recovery College Cornwall
➡️ If you’re interested in offering services as a tutor or to work for the College then please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will pass you on to the right contact or contact them direct.
Whilst the priority for most courses are those out of work, employed people can also apply and be booked on for free as long as there are spaces.
Finally free courses for employers are also available at
Recovery College Cornwall for Employers