The Bromley Recovery College is a new and exciting development for people recovering from mental health problems.
The college provides workshops and courses which combine enjoyment, fun and the knowledge to enable students to achieve a greater insight into their own mental wellbeing.
At the very heart of the Bromley Recovery College lies the principle of co-production. All our courses are designed and delivered by people with lived experience of mental health challenges working in partnership with clinicians, mental health practitioners or other professionals.
All our courses are free, although a small charge is made for materials on the woodwork programme.
Courses are held throughout the London Borough of Bromley.
Who can attend?
The Bromley Recovery College is open to anyone over the age of 18 with lived experience of mental health challenges, their friends, families and carers, mental health practitioners and clinicians. The only requirement is that you are resident of the London Borough of Bromley or, in the case of health professionals, that you work within the London Borough of Bromley.
Autumn Programme out now
During the COVID-19 outbreak we have been continuing to run a number of courses via Zoom, as well as several WhatsApp groups. Our walking groups are now also meeting in-person for socially distanced rambles. All of our courses are currently open to people living in the neighbouring boroughs to Bromley. Registration is not necessary. See our new Autumn Programme.
Bromley Recovery College,
Bromley, Lewisham & Greenwich Mind, 38 Mason’s Hill, Bromley, Kent, BR2 9JG
020 8289 5020