Recovery Education Longford & Westmeath Adult Mental Health CHO8
A FREE weekly empowerment series offers an opportunity for people to meet services and support organisations for mental health and wellbeing. Find out what they do, and how to access their help or benefit from their service.
Up and coming sessions free online.
6th Oct - LWL [Longford’s Women’s Link]
13th Oct - Employability Midlands services
20th Oct - Housing Section Westmeath County Council
27th Oct - Pieta House Midlands
3rd Nov - SWEETS Kilbeggan Training Centre
When: Tuesdays weekly
Time: 2.30 pm
Delivery Method: Online
Register and contact details: email@example.com or 087 3545 079
The midlands recovery education service will offer a range of inspirational and inclusive educational programmes on recovery and well-being. Through the provision of educational resources created and delivered by service users, family members, carers and mental health professionals. The service will inspire hope, create opportunities and foster the belief that recovery and well-being are possible.
The recovery education was developed by the Mental Health Engagement and Recovery steering committee, advancing recovery Ireland group and supported by Genio a not-for-profit organisation. The Service Reform Fund helped to develop and facilitate recovery education activities in the midlands with our partners Mental Health Ireland.
Alice McDonnell Peer Educator for Longford and Westmeath manages the delivery of the modules and co-production of new educational material as a priority to reflect local needs. All of these courses will be free of charge and open to everyone. Conact 087 3545 079 or email firstname.lastname@example.org