Humber Recovery and Wellbeing College
The Humber Recovery and Wellbeing college provides peer-led education as a route to meaningful mental health recovery. The college work alongside and support students, volunteers, community organisations and healthcare professionals to coproduce an educational programme that responds to self-defined needs of a collective student body.
The college facilitate and deliver a range of free, coproduced courses, workshops and other opportunities for learning. Personal lived experience, strengths-based peer learning, grassroots coproduction and shared decision-making is at the centre of what is on offer. Educational resources are a result of blending different kinds of knowledge and experience, harnessing the expertise that comes from both professional training and real lived experience.
The college believe that learning more about your experiences, valuing your own self-expertise and building upon your own resourcefulness, talents and abilities contribute to your own sense of meaningful mental health recovery.
Visit our website for more information about us and for more information on our range of self-paced e-courses and live video-call sessions on our e-learning platform
If you would like to enrol it’s simple! Click on the Sign up link on the webpage and get yourself signed up. From there, you can access any of the e-courses, book onto any live sessions and keep track of your learning progress.
You can also contact the college by emailing [email protected] or calling on 01482 389124.