Recovery Co-ordinator service
The Recovery Co-ordinator service aims to help you acquire the right information and guidance to be able to access beneficial opportunities and services in the wider community.
The Recovery Co-ordinator service supports people to manage and take control of their mental health symptoms so they don’t become a barrier to a better quality of life.
We will help you acquire the right information and guidance to be able to access beneficial opportunities and services in the wider community. We use an individually tailored approach to help you identify meaningful goals and make plans to achieve them.
The service will also help you build and develop your social networks.
“…a person-centred approach is not simply asking people what they want or offering choices – that’s just being polite. A person-centred approach means that all support is guided by what the person wants out of life, and that services are structured in order to make this possible.”
What people have said about the Recovery Co-ordinator service:
“The one-to-one service I was given was excellent, and no waiting list.”
“It helped me build my confidence. I felt very well supported and understood. It’s been a place that motivated me to continue, and I feel I am capable of moving forward regardless of the setbacks.”
“Brings hope, setting realistic goals, support and information.”
Access the service
You can self-refer, be referred by a family member or friend, or be referred by a healthcare professional such as a GP. Once your referral has been accepted, you will be allocated an experienced Recovery Co-ordinator.