January 21, 2018

Event: Exploring alcohol, drug use and wellbeing

South Eastern Sydney Recovery College offers education and training programs  developed and delivered by people with lived experience of mental health concerns in conjunction with health professionals. It is open to people who have mental health conditions, their carers, families and friends, as well as mental health staff, and volunteers.

The recovery college aims to assist people with lived experience of mental health concerns to become experts in their self care, to make informed choices and fulfil their ambitions through educational opportunities.

For carers, families, friends and health professionals, the College is an opportunity to better understand mental health concerns and to support people in their journey of recovery.

The college is a relaxed, friendly place to learn with support if you need it.

On Wednesday the 14th of February the college will be hosting ‘Exploring alcohol, drug use and well-being’ at the Langton Centre. For more information on this course, click here or for more information on the Recovery college and their other courses check out:  http://www.seslhd.health.nsw.gov.au/Recovery_College/