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The Recovery Support Service

The Recovery Support Service (RSS) is a day service for people living with a mental health condition. We offer support and help so you can make changes in your life to improve your health and wellbeing. We have a hopeful and non- judgmental approach that gives you choice and control

We work with you to offer an individualised programme of support to help you at each stage of your recovery. The service can lead on to other opportunities including volunteering, paid employment and education.

The service is divided into three areas and you can access one or more parts of the service as required.

Skills Development Courses/Activities

We provide a range of courses and activities to help you develop your hobbies and interests. The courses and activities also support you to learn new skills and develop and maintain existing ones. The courses and activities we offer are continually developed according to the feedback we receive.

Physical Wellbeing Courses/Activities

Healthy Cooking Course

Do you want to learn how to prepare and cook healthy meals?

Healthy Living Course

Do you want to learn more about your health and how you can improve it?

YMCA Gym Group

Do you want to improve your physical fitness and need some help to stay motivated?

Life Skills Courses/Activities

Do you want to learn how to prepare and cook simple recipes?

College Enrolment Workshops

Do you want to find out about local adult education courses and have support to enrol?

Friendship Course

Do you want to learn how to make friends as well as maintain the friendships you already have?

Increasing Confidence Course

Do you feel unconfident and want to learn ways of dealing with life more confidently?

Skills for Modern Living Course

Do you want to learn more about modern technology and how it could be helpful to you?

IT Training

Basic IT Training

Do you want to learn how to use a computer or update your existing skills?

Photo Editing Course

Do you want to learn how to edit and manipulate photos?

Video Editing Course

Do you want to learn how to create and edit videos?

Web Design Course

Do you want to learn how to design and create your own website?

Arts and Creative Courses/Activities

Art & Craft Course

Do you have an interest in art and craft activities?

Art & Craft Drop In

Do you want to be creative in a relaxed and sociable setting?

Ceramics Course

Do you want to learn how to be creative using clay?

Mosaics Course

Do you want to learn how to design and make a mosaic?

Woodwork Course

Do you want to learn how to be creative using wood and make items you want or need?

Individual Support

Individualised Recovery Support Work

We provide individualised recovery support work to help you build on your strengths and talents. We also support you to identify and work towards your personal goals and maintain your motivation

Safe Space/Drop In Service

We provide a welcoming and supportive environment in which people have social contact. Drop In sessions can help you feel less isolated through meeting new people. They can also help you feel part of a community. Peer support is provided by staff who use their personal experience of having a mental health condition to support others

To access the Recovery Support Service you need to:

-be eligible for social care and have an approved Personal Budget
-currently receive support from an adult mental health team

We offer free taster sessions to help you make decisions about how you want to use your personal budget

We provide a service in north Westminster at our main site at 1 St Mary’s Terrace, W2 1SU. We also provide a service in south Westminster at 66 Lupus St, SW1V 3EQ

To find out more visit

www.cnwl.nhs.uk/service/north-westminster-recovery-support-service 

 

Address:
1 St Mary's Terrace, London, W2 1SU
Telephone:
020 7725 5100
Sector:
Public

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Services related to centres where members can 'drop-in' informally to access a range of services and resources.