"Recovery Education Centre!"

About: Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust / Adult mental health (inpatient)

(as a staff member),

Hi I'm Jules. When I arrived at the centre I was impressed with the sign outside and it was nice to see lots of different people from the NHS to celebrate the launch the Recovery Education Centre. I'm interested in some courses which I'll be attending to improve my relationships with mental health problems. I would like to use my compassion, caring and listening skills to develop myself and others on thier recovery path.

Hi I'm Yvonne, I work for LHA-ASRA. I support the service users of Amity. I love Amity, the staff and service users are very friendly and passionate about what they do! There is a growing of service users that have got together and formed Amity Members Group to give a voice to people with mental health issues. I support them to secure funding to deliver activites at Amity.

Hi I'm Julie, a staff member in the trust. I think it's been a fabulous day. It's been well attended and inspirational! The Recovery Education Centre is a place for people to come and go on courses to develop skills, to meet their goals and aspirations.

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Response from Involvement Team , Involvement & Experience, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust

Thanks for sharing information about Amity and the work of the Recovery and Education Centre. The Recovery Education Centre in Sherwood opened its doors in May, providing a range of courses to help people to develop their skills and understanding, identify their goals and ambitions and give them the confidence and support to access opportunities.

For more information about courses and the work of the centre Call 0115 962 5866 or e-mail: recoveryeducationcentre@nottshc.nhs.uk

We wish the centre every success in the future.

The Amity Project is for people with mental health support needs, living in the community. Tel: 0115 953 9880