The Western Sydney Recovery College is an innovative approach to inclusive education and recovery within the community and mental health sector. It is a collaborative, community driven model of adult education that supports people in their mental health recovery journey.

The college provides free training and educational opportunities, and currently runs nationally recognised programs such as Working Together, Youth Mental Health First Aid, Older Person’s Mental Health First Aid, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health First Aid. The college runs these courses in community venues at no cost to people who live or work in Western Sydney.

For more information head to our website: Western Sydney Recovery College

In 2019, the college is looking to run the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health First Aid in an Aboriginal community venue, such as a local not-for-profit organisation. We are on the lookout for an organisation who would be interested in providing us a space to run this 2-day course. If you are a part of an organisation that could provide a venue or know an appropriate venue, please get in touch with Bridget: bridget.betzold@onedoor.org.au or 0466 023 527.

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