Wakefield Recovery College
- Find your skills
- Discover your strengths
- Explore your potential to volunteer
- Recognise yourself
Recovery is a personal journey – it’s about building lives, creating opportunities, taking control and instilling hope.
Wakefield and 5 Towns Recovery College offers a wide range of recovery focused educational courses.
We provide courses that can help you on your recovery journey.
Courses include condition specific courses, such as living with anxiety and busting stress. In addition, a number of educational courses are available, including creative writing and IT for beginners.
Details about courses are available in the Wakefield recovery college spring/summer 2017 prospectus.
The College is based at Drury Lane Health and Wellbeing Centre in Wakefield. Courses take place here and at lots of community venues across Wakefield and the 5 towns. We’ve created a venue directory which includes maps and directions to the venues where we may hold our courses. Please note that parking charges were correct at the time of publication (June 2016).
The Wakefield and 5 Towns Recovery College has been developed in partnership with people who have experience of health problems, health professionals and local people – ensuring that courses offered support the needs of people in our local community.
Enrol on a course
If you’d like to book on to a course – please complete the enrolment form at the back of the prospectus and send it to the postal address below.
Enrol soon on to the following courses, as there’s not many places left!
- Craft taster, 3 March
- Managing my money, 6 March
- Moving forward, 9 March
- Mindfulness workshop, 30 March
- Stroke awareness, 25 April
- Creative writing, 2 May
- Sow and grow, 6 June
- Nail art, 9 June
These courses are now full. Check the prospectus to see when they’re next available:
- Baking basics, 21 February
- Understanding and managing depression, 22 February
- Understanding anxiety, 24 February
- Computers for beginners, 2 March
- Autism awareness, 15 March
- Living with anxiety, 29 March
Want to meet the team?
Come along to this drop in session, where you can stay for as long as you like! It’s a great way to meet us and find out all about the recovery college.
Staff and volunteers will be on hand so whether you want a specific question answering, learn more about what we do, or just fancy a lookaround the new Baghill House Health and Wellbeing Centre, come along and say hi!
Contact the Wakefield and 5 Towns Recovery College if you have any questions about courses available, how to enrol or if you would like to get involved with running a course:
Tel: 01924 316946
Wakefield and 5 Towns Recovery College,
Drury Lane Health and Wellbeing Centre,