Recovery College

Report
Sussex Recovery College
Co-production and learning about mental health and recovery
Recovery College
West Sussex Provider Forum
Sussex Recovery College
Context
Co-production and learning about mental health and recovery
 People using mental health services have long requested
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Information
Support for self-management
Empowerment
Choice
Employment of peers to provide services
 This has driven recovery oriented practice in mental health
over the past 20 years
(Social Care Institute for Excellence 2007)
Sussex Recovery College
Recovery Colleges
Co-production and learning about mental health and recovery
Combine personal (lived) and
professional experience in the
development and delivery of a range of
courses that inspire hope, and empower
people to take control of their own
recovery through learning
(Sussex Recovery College 2014)
Sussex Recovery College
Co-production and learning about mental health and recovery
Structure
Adrian Whittington
Director Education and Training
Essential Training
and
Workforce
Development
Professional
Education
Business
Management
and
Administration
Public Education
Lucy Locks Deputy Director of Occupational Therapy
(Including joint Recovery College Lead)
Third Sector
Service
Rob Cooper Service Manager
Clinical
Leads and
Clinicians
2 x Senior Peers
Assistant Psychologist
19 x Peer Trainers
Administrator
Sussex Recovery College
Co-production and learning about mental health and recovery
Governance
Academic Board
Internal Meetings
East Sussex
Steering Groups
Peers
Senior Peers
Third Sector
Service Users
Clinicians
Internal Steering
Group
Brighton & Hove
Steering Group
Peers
Senior Peers
Third Sector
Service Users
Clinicians
Commissioners
West Sussex
Steering Groups
Peers
Senior Peers
Third Sector
Service Users
Clinicians
Sussex Recovery College
Delivery
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Co-production and learning about mental health and recovery
Engagement events
Course planning
Co-production (3 learning outcomes)
Prospectus design
Promotion
Enrolment days (3 courses)
Individual leaning plans (ILP)
Course attendance (Buddy’s)
ECPA
ILP review
Overall evaluation
Sussex Recovery College
Co-production and learning about mental health and recovery
Evaluation
90
percentage of maximum possible score
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70
60
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pre
40
post
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20
10
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Personal goals
Learning outcomes
PQR
MANSA
CHOICE
SWEMWBS
Sussex Recovery College
Attendance
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Co-production and learning about mental health and recovery
60% Secondary Care
18% Primary Care
8% Carers (11% Mental health challenges)
14% Staff
66% Female
86% White British
85% Heterosexual
76% Aged 25 - 54
Sussex Recovery College
Popular Courses
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Co-production and learning about mental health and recovery
Happiness
Mindfulness
Using the arts to aid recovery
Coping with depression/anxiety
Coping strategies and problem solving
Improving your sleep (CBT)
Understanding a diagnosis
Sussex Recovery College
Themes
 Courses:
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Self-management
Life skills
Diagnosis specific
Creative/activity based
Co-production and learning about mental health and recovery
Sussex Recovery College
East Sussex
Co-production and learning about mental health and recovery
 3 Campuses:
 Eastbourne, Hailsham and Seaford
 Hastings and Rother
 High Weald, Lewes and Havens
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28 Courses (8 x Third sector) - Autumn term
1 - 10 Week courses
2 - 3 Hour sessions
Late mornings/early afternoons
95 Student registrations
8 Peer trainers
1 Senior peer trainer
Clinicians
Third sector
Sussex Recovery College
Brighton & Hove
Co-production and learning about mental health and recovery
 1 Campus:
 Brighton Laines (Managed by Southdown, supported by SPFT)
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19 Courses (4 x Third sector) - Autumn term
1 - 8 Week courses
2 - 3 Hour sessions
Late mornings/early afternoons
75 Student registrations
16 Peer trainers
1 Senior peer trainer
Clinicians
Third sector
Sussex Recovery College
West Sussex
 3 Campuses:
 Western
 Northern
 Coastal
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15 Courses - January start
1 - 8 Week courses
2 - 3 Hour sessions
Late mornings/early afternoons
11 Peer trainers
1 Senior peer trainer
Clinicians
Third sector
Co-production and learning about mental health and recovery
Sussex Recovery College
Challenges
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Co-production and learning about mental health and recovery
Resource (160K)
Managing demand
Releasing clinicians (Crawley)
Logistics (Systems and process across sussex)
Course planning (Triangulation)
Third sector (Trained peers, co-production)
Default service
Tier 2 clients (20%)
DNA rates
Sustainability
Sussex Recovery College
Successes
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Co-production and learning about mental health and recovery
Engagement levels
Third sector involvement
Student numbers
Variety of courses
Commissioner interest and support (BH and WS)
Peer trainer recruitment
Website
Service user outcomes
97% of services users would recommend the
colleges to others
Sussex Recovery College
Next Steps (WS)
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Courses
Co-production
Prospectus
Promotion
Enrolment (Taster sessions)
ILP’s
Delivery
Evaluation
Co-production and learning about mental health and recovery
Sussex Recovery College
Co-production and learning about mental health and recovery
Questions?
Sussex Recovery College
Co-production and learning about mental health and recovery
Sussex Recovery College
E-mail: enquires@sussexrecoverycollege.org.uk
Website: www.sussexreoverycollege.org.uk
Tel: 0300 303 8086

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