Recovery and Wellbeing College

Stay well, stay connected – while staying safe

Update 24 March 2020

Hi everyone,there are no Recovery College face-to-face courses taking place while everyone is keeping themselves safe. But we do have lots of great ways to stay connected, share wellbeing information and positive news. We are still taking new enrolments and will continue to connect with you all via Twitter, Facebook, Email, Phone and Zoom virtual learning spaces’

Twitter @college_kent

Facebook   @RecoveryCollegeKentMedway


The Kent and Medway Recovery and Wellbeing College is being piloted in Thanet.

The college offers educational courses to support mental, physical and emotional wellbeing in shared learning environments in the community. It will support people to identify and build on their own strengths and make sense of their experiences. This helps people take control, feel hopeful and become experts in their own wellbeing and recovery.

Whether you are experiencing health challenges yourself, are a family member, friend or carer, or work in associated services, all are welcome. We know that coming together and learning more about health and wellbeing enables us all to make the most of our strengths, talents and resources and helps people to do things that matter to them.

We are open for enrolments.

Download our prospectus by clicking the link on the right hand side of this page. Please share details with anyone you feel may be interested.

All information and the courses described represent the dedication and enthusiasm of our collaborators, for which we are extremely grateful.


Read about the successes of our Recovery and Wellbeing College on page 23 of the Spring 2019 edition of Connected