Mayo Recovery College,
REGARI (Roscommon & East Galway) Recovery College
and Galway Recovery College

Roscommon/East-Galway Recovery College

REGARI (Roscommon-East Galway Advancing Recovery in Ireland) Recovery College is a community based initiative that will empower you to become an expert in your own self-care and enhance your skills and confidence to manage your own recovery through education, conversation and collaboration in mental health and well-being.



  • To promote social inclusion and community involvement.
  • To develop and deliver modules through working in partnership with people with lived experience of mental health challenges, family members, carers, people working in mental health and others.
  • To make these modules available throughout Roscommon and East Galway and in Athlone Institute of Technology.
  • To promote a culture of change to ensure an environment of mutual respect, opportunity, control and hope.


Contact Details

Amanda Hunt
Peer Educator  Roscommon/ East Galway College
REGARI Recovery College
The Lodge
Athlone Road
Roscommon Town
Tel: 086 130 4869
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Facebook: Regari Recovery College

Twitter: @regarirc


College Coordinator

Orla O Duinn, Occupational Therapy Manager, Galway/Roscommon Mental Health Service is the HSE Lead for REGARI Recovery College alongside Co lead and Peer Educator Amanda Hunt.
Tel: 087 650 2715
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Galway Recovery College Prospectus 



  Galway Recovery College  Student Registration Form




Mayo Recovery College
Mayo Mental Health Services &
Atlantic Technological University,
County Clinic,
Westport Road,
Co. Mayo

T: 086 0294901


Our Vision

The Purpose of the Mayo Recovery College is to create a culture of recovery, to improve quality of life and promote social inclusion by empowering people with mental health challenges, their families, friends and the community through co-produced education and learning together.