CNWL is committed to increasing the extent to which its services promote the recovery of the people it serves, and the development of the Recovery & Wellbeing College is central to these endeavours.
The Government’s mental health strategy ‘No Health Without Mental Health’ (Department of Health, 2011) identifies promoting recovery as a key outcome of services. CNWL and its partners were selected as one of the six national pilot sites of the national Implementing Recovery through Organisational Change (ImROC) programme: an initiative that forms one of the core work streams that has been established to support implementation one of the national mental health strategy.
The development of Recovery & Wellbeing Colleges is an important component of the work within this programme.
To find out more about our committment to promoting recovery, read CNWL - Why a Recovery College? (opens Word Doc)