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Bromley Recovery Works

Bromley Recovery Works offers a range of free opportunities to support adults who are recovering from mental health problems.

We aim to help you take control and build a meaningful and satisfying life, in the way that works for you.

“Recovery” means maximising one’s potential even within the limits of mental illness. An individual’s recovery journey is unique to them but it’s driven by hope and the belief that it is possible to thrive despite mental health problems.

No matter where you are on your mental health journey, at Bromley Recovery Works we provide a range of opportunities to support you in navigating your life. We respect your choices and tailor our services to suit your needs. The service is free to access and we work with people in our buildings (currently suspended due to COVID-19), the local community, by telephone or online.

Bromley Recovery Works services are available to people 18 years old or older and registered with a Bromley GP.

We are keen to facilitate positive change, providing it through the services below.

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Bromley Recovery College

Bromley Recovery College is part of Bromley Recovery Works. It offers free peer and professional-led courses aimed at helping students explore ways to manage their own mental health problems.

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Employment Specialist services

Our Employment Specialist services support you to develop the skills you need to find employment, and ongoing help and guidance once you have secured a job.

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Recovery Co-ordinator service

The Recovery Co-ordinator service aims to help you acquire the right information to access beneficial opportunities and services in the wider community.

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Peer Support groups

This service is for adults with experience of mental health issues who would like to support and be supported by those with shared, personal experience.

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Peer Support Befriending

Bromley Peer Support Befriending provides a one-to-one service for people whose mental health makes accessing their local communities difficult.

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Informal Mental Health Groups

Bromley Recovery Works offers a programme of informal, peer-led wellbeing groups. This includes groups for specific mental health issues, arts groups, LGBTQ and Women’s groups.

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Contact and referrals

Recovery Works’ services are free and available to people 18 years plus and registered with a Bromley GP. You can contact us yourself or be referred by a health professional.

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