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South West London Recovery College


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South West London Recovery College
Service address: South West London Recovery College (Building 28), South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust, Springfield Hospital, 61 Glenburnie Road, Tooting, SW17 7DJ
Contact name: Jeremy Coutinho
Telephone numbers:
  • Ward 020 3513 5818
  • To make a referral enquiry
  • Out of hours number
E-mail address: recoverycollege@swlstg-tr.nhs.uk
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How to get here: View map
Area served: Trustwide
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 9-5 with some courses also running in evenings and weekend
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Information about this service
Service offered:

South West London Recovery College is the UK's first mental health recovery study and training facility providing a range of courses and resources for service users, families, friends, carers and staff. The college aims to support people become experts in their own self care and for families, friends, carers and staff to better understand mental health conditions and support people in their recovery journey.

Find out more about the Recovery College

Who is the service for?:

The college is open to adult trust service users, carers, family members, friends and trust staff.

How to refer:

Referral to the Recovery College can be done in a number of ways:

  • Referral from your team with a registration form
  • Contact form - Trust staff can complete this form with service user permission to request that someone from the Recovery College calls them to discuss the Recovery College and courses that may be of interest.
  • Self referral

In each case you will first need to complete a registration form

Service user testimonials:

"The course provided a safe environment to explore our stories with peer support."

"The course helped me to put my life on track again and have something to live for."

"The delivery of the subject was at a good pace and I benefitted from shared experiences."

"I enjoyed the course and it has inspired me to do more teaching."

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