Contact Details

Services are provided at locations throughout Surrey and ne Hampshire. Our admin address is,
Lyon Way,
GU16 7ER,
United Kingdom

Telephone: 01276 454 150 SMS text: 07920 207 046


Opening Times

9:00-5:00 Monday to Friday

Contact Names

Recovery College Manager: Nina Clayton-Broom


Service Description

Our Recovery Colleges in Surrey and North East Hampshire are designed to support people in their recovery. They help people improve their health and wellbeing through educational courses on a range of psychological, mental and physical health conditions.

The colleges are a partnership arrangement involving voluntary, NHS and local authority organisations, and existing Recovery Colleges.

All courses are run by staff from the partnership organisations and are developed and delivered alongside our Recovery Coaches who are experts by experience. They all have lived experience of mental or physical health conditions, or are supporting someone with a mental or physical health condition.

The Recovery College operates from several venues although our office is at Theta in Frimley.

Visit our Recovery College webpages for more information.

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Referral Process

All students are asked to enrol with the Recovery College to take one of our courses, please visit our enrolling page for more details, or email us on

Referral Criteria

Our courses are open to anyone aged 18+ living in Surrey and North East Hampshire. They are aimed at everyone – those who are struggling with their mental health, people who care for someone who does, professionals – the list is endless.  

The service is completely self -referral and you can enrol and see all of our courses directly here - Recovery College Information and Enrolment

Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) - complaints and compliments

PALS is a confidential service based at our trust that works with people who use our services to resolve any issues/complaints or concerns they may have. Equally, the service is there to receive compliments from people who use our services and share these with the relevant teams. PALS is committed to listening to people to help improve Trust services. Find out more about PALS.

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