Western Sydney Recovery College provides mental health educational programs to people living with mental health conditions, as well as carers, families, friends, workers or volunteers in the mental health and community sector.
Utilising an innovative approach to inclusive educational sessions, the College uses a collaborative, community-driven model to assist people in their recovery by increasing knowledge, skills and awareness of mental illness.
Western Sydney Recovery College is funded as an initiative of Western Sydney Primary Health Network (WSPHN) and is delivered by One Door Mental Health.
Frequently Asked Questions
People living and/or working in Western Sydney who:
- have lived experience of mental health conditions
- are carers, family and friends of someone with mental health conditions
- are mental health workers or workers in the community services sector
- volunteer in community services
- are over 18 years of age.
Workshops are delivered in locations across Western Sydney including Parramatta, Blacktown, Auburn and Mount Druitt.
All programs are co-produced, meaning the content is co-designed and co-delivered by an educator with a lived experience of mental illness and an educator with professional mental health experience.
Workshops are offered in three streams: What is Mental Health? Health and Wellbeing, and Skills for Life.
All workshops including recognised programs are free of charge.
Locate the workshop you wish to apply for on their website and complete the enrollment form.
If you are a current or previous student there is no need to complete the enrollment form. Simply call the college or email your details and the workshop you would like to attend on firstname.lastname@example.org