Clarendon Recovery College
If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, please visit our dedicated help in a crisis page.
- About Clarendon Recovery College
- A new, integrated, adult mental health service
- Courses and support groups
- Studio 306 Collective
- Where to find us
The Clarendon Recovery College (CRC) is your community centre for lifelong learning and an educational route to recovery for people experiencing mental health issues. Our courses are free for all Haringey residents aged 18 and over. The Clarendon is also available to people who do not live and work in Haringey, but we charge for this provision.
The Recovery College is particularly aimed at people who are using mental health services and their supporters, who include carers, friends or family and staff working in mental health services. The Recovery College is available to people who are interested in knowing more about maintaining their own wellbeing and good mental health or the mental health of people they know. A growing number of our courses are jointly co-produced and delivered by people with lived experience of mental illness and by mental health practitioners.
Including Clarendon Recovery College and Crisis Prevention House
To get involved in developing this, you are invited to our co-production sessions.
See the Mental Health and wellbeing page for details.
The CRC is continuing with the interim programme of activities while we prepare for our move to Canning Crescent. Here is the timetable which we will run until July 2022:
If you need further information, please:
- email firstname.lastname@example.org
- call us at 020 8489 4860
You can also tell us which courses you'd like to join by:
- completing our dedicated Enrolment form (Word, 73KB)
- returning your completed form to us via email at enrolCRC@haringey.gov.uk
Online courses to complete in your own time
We have online courses which include a workbook and slides. You can download these and complete them when you choose. Please view the Clarendon Recovery College - list of courses to download (PDF, 520KB) to see what we have on offer.
Some of our courses are held at Studio 306 - a professionally equipped arts and crafts studio space for people who are recovering from severe and enduring mental illness and who are able to work independently.
Find out more and watch a few videos about what we do at Studio 306.
- Clarendon Recovery College
- Tel: 020 8489 4860
- The centre is accessible for people with disabilities.
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