For a full prospectus explaining more about the college and the free courses available to the residents and workers in Thurrock Down load it here.Download now
All volunteers at the recovery college are supported through Thurrock Mind, see attached application form with further contact details.Download Here
Easy to print list of courses dates and areas available for the upcoming term, why not take a look.Download Here
Below is a list of local services that are available to residents of Thurrock:
Thurrock Carers Service – This is for people who care for others.
SERICC – We offer a confidential helpline, ‘one-to-one’ counseling and support for women and girls who have suffered or are suffering sexual violence.
Inclusion Visions – Services for people and their family members who are suffering through substance misuse.
0300 303 1018
Anxiety UK Helpline –
Advocacy – Advocacy is about making sure that a person has as much control as possible over their life. Advocacy helps people understand information, say what they want and what they need.
01375 659 175
Thurrock Mind – Vibrant local Mental health charity that supports local residents in a variety of ways.
01475 391 411
Care Opinion – How was your care? How did we do today? When you get home, please tell us about your care. What was good? What could be better? Your feedback helps us improve.
Visit www.careopinion.org.uk or call 0800122 31 35
Our courses are currently open to anyone who is over 18 and residing in Thurrock, or working in a caring or professional role with Thurrock residents. Simply enrol on the course’s page, and you will be contacted by us to arrange an Individual Learning Plan.View all
You can find out more about our local services and some downloadable contentGet involved