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Birmingham and Solihull Mental health NHS Foundation Trust
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Recovery College for All Strategy 2018-2021
More information on Recovery College for All

Welcome to our Recovery for All site

 Recovery for All

 We want to bring together service users, families, friends and staff to work with us and help us to achieve recovery for all.

We recognise that everyone is on their own journey and the challenges we have are part of what makes us unique and interesting. Sometimes the journey can be hard and we are here to give you the support you need. Maybe you feel positive about your recovery journey and would like to share your experience. 

We would love to hear from you through our Recovery for All forum, and to invite you join us in our aim of encouraging everyone in their recovery journey. 

What is Recovery?

What does recovery mean to you? We are all unique, and so are our experiences of recovery. Recovery is about YOU living a full and satisfying life, in the presence or absence of symptoms. 

The recovery journey for someone with a mental health problem is about living hopefully and taking control over your problems and your life.  Your steps towards recovery will involve building a new sense of self, meaning and purpose and growing beyond what has happened to you, as well as pursuing your dreams and ambitions.

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Introducing the Mental Health Natters podcast. Click on the image above to find out more. 

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 Introducing the Recovery for All Blog. Click on the image above to find out more.