We host a range of community events around public holidays and key awareness days. To find out what upcoming events we’ll be hosting at our venues, please see our Events Feed.
We now offer over 50 different courses and we are always developing more. To find out what courses are currently running, please see our Courses Feed.
Enrol onto a course
Once you’ve read about our courses (By clicking on the Courses Feed above), look at the times, dates and venues available and complete our online Enrolment Form.
The people who use our services have lived experience of mental health, addictions and learning disability problems and act as role models for those who may be at the beginning of their journey of recovery. By taking part and becoming a volunteer, you can bring a whole new perspective to what we do. If you’d like to see what volunteer roles we have on offer currently or if you’d like to register your interest in volunteering, please click here.
Volunteers needed for The Reader Survey
Researchers in the Institute of Psychology, Health and Society at the University of Liverpool are seeking volunteers to take part in a survey about reading behaviour and wellbeing. Your participation would be greatly appreciated, the survey takes approximately 15 minutes to complete. You are eligible to participate if you are 18 years old or over and English speaking.
To complete the survey, please click on the following link:
For more information, please contact the researchers email@example.com
We welcome and encourage people to co-produce with us. Recovery College course are designed to provide our students with information about mental health, illness and understanding mental health conditions. We aim to promote hope and opportunity to all whilst exploring new experiences.
We openly invite staff and others with professional experience, as well as people with lived experience of mental health challenges, to come forward and co-produce unique, recovery focused courses with us.
Working with Mersey Care teams
If your team would like the Recovery College to come to you and deliver a 30 minute taster session for any of our courses, wuth the opportunities to discuss and enrol afterwards, please contact us.
If you would like us to come to your team to help develop specific co-produced sessions tailored to your service users’ needs, please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Working in partnership with other organisations
By working in partnership with other organisations, we are able to offer more learning opportunities to Recovery College students. We work closely with our partners to deliver positive, specialised courses. Our relationship with our partners assist us in providing a varied and experienced offer to our students.
Please contact us if you would like to discuss working with Recovery College and the Life Rooms.