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How to enrol

In line with recent advice, regarding the coronavirus Covid-19, we will be suspending all new face-to-face enrolments until further notice.

If you’re interested in enrolling at the College, please email recoverycollegereception@bridgesupport.org or phone 0208 294 7909 for more information.

Who can attend the Recovery College?

Our services are open to anyone aged 18+ who live in the Borough of Greenwich.

How do I enrol?

You can refer yourself directly to the College.  Please phone the College on 0208 294 7909 to enrol or book an enrolment appointment.  Thereafter you will be invited to attend an Information, Advice & Guidance session.  Note:  we are unable to accommodate walk-in appointments.

What happens at the Information, Advice & Guidance (IAG) session?

The IAG session is an opportunity for you to find out more about us and what we do.  We don’t ask for a diagnosis at enrolment, we want to know about you, what your strengths and interests are, and how we can best support you in your recovery.

In advance of the IAG session, it can be helpful to identity your reasons for wanting to come to the Recovery College, plus any specific aims or goals you may have in mind.

Further to that, if you choose to enroll at the College, we will invite you to attend our Foundation Course. It provides an introduction into personal recovery. You can read the course outline here.

You can do other courses alongside the Foundation Course at the same time.

Do you accept third party referrals?

We do not accept third party referrals.  We can provide advice to third parties to explain our service, but we believe in the autonomy of the individual.

If you are a professional working with an adult who would like to access our services, then they need to contact us directly.  You can of course be present on the phone with them.

You can read more about referring a client to the Recovery College here.