Lincolnshire Recovery College

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Last Updated: 09/02/2024

The Lincolnshire Recovery College provides free educational courses to help support you with your mental health and wellbeing. The courses are available to anyone in and around Lincolnshire to be able to register to attend. There is no referral needed.

All our courses focus on the ethos of hope, control and opportunity with the aim of supporting you to increase your knowledge and understanding of mental health, health and wellbeing to empower you to life well with any challenges you or someone you are supporting may be facing.

You may be accessing mental health services or have done so in the past, you may be a carer, family member, friend or supporter of someone who faces challenges with their mental health and wellbeing, you may be a member of the public or someone who works with people with mental health challenges?

Our courses are open to everyone who is 16+ to learn together from and with people who have lived experience of their own challenges and from healthcare professionals and educators who teach the courses together.

Online courses via MS Teams.

Face to face at:

  • Wellbeing Hub Spilsby and District, Spilsby.
  • Centenary Church, Red Lion Street, BOSTON PE21 6NY
  • Bridge Central, Portland Street, LINCOLN, LN5 7NN
  • Gibney Suite, Lincoln College, Monks Road, LINCOLN, LN2 5HQ
  • St Barnabas Health and Wellbeing centre, Hawthorn Road, LINCOLN, LN2 4QX
  • The Link Up Hub, St Marks Square, LINCOLN, LN5 7EX
  • Lincoln County Hospital, Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Centre, Outpatients, Lincoln County Hospital, Greetwell Rd, LINCOLN, LN2 5QY
  • Renew @the Hub, The HUB (village hall), Main Street, NOCTON, LN4 2BH

This is good for wellbeing because

  • The Recovery College can support and help you to learn about mental health and wellbeing and make positive changes to improve it via an educational approach. It's your choice! You choose the courses that you are interested in and when and where to attend them.
  • It builds a community of learners, supports people to make connections, learn new skills, build on existing ones and learn ways to manage mental health and improve your wellbeing alongside any additional support that you may also be receiving.
  • Learning together from people who have experienced what you may be facing now provides a sense of hope for the future and the strength to make changes for the better.

It was informative, the speakers were animated, enthusiastic, interesting and encouraging and there was no pressure.

It felt like a safe place, it was friendly and relaxed. It helped me to focus on what I can do to be kinder to myself, like I am to everyone else, and to be my own best friend instead of my own worst enemy.

Good mix of interactive and trainer input. Good group. Excellent trainers. I like the workbook, makes it feel that you’re working towards something.

Good insight and great tools to try and deal with ongoing issues.

How to contact

Where to go

Centenary Church
Red Lion Street
BOSTON
Lincolnshire
PE21 6NY

Bridge Central
Portland Street
City of LINCOLN
Lincolnshire
LN5 7NN

Gibney Suite
Lincoln College
Monks Road
City of LINCOLN
Lincolnshire
LN2 5HQ

Gibney Suite
Lincoln College
Monks Road
City of LINCOLN
Lincolnshire
LN2 5HQ

St Barnabas Health and Wellbeing centre
Hawthorn Road
City of LINCOLN
Lincolnshire
LN2 4QX

The Link Up Hub
St Marks Square
City of LINCOLN
Lincolnshire
LN5 7EX

Lincoln County Hospital
Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Centre
Outpatients
Lincoln County Hospital
Greetwell Rd
City of LINCOLN
LN2 5QY

Renew @the Hub
The HUB (village hall)
Main Street
NOCTON
North Kesteven
Lincolnshire
LN4 2BH

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