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


HSE, 2017, A National Framework for Recovery in Mental Health 2018-2020

See also:

Co-Production in Practice Guidance Document 2018 – 2020

Recovery Education Guidance Document 2018 – 2020

Family Recovery Guidance Document 2018 – 2020


ImROC Series of Briefings

Available from

  1. Recovery Colleges, 2012
  2. Recovery, Personalisation and Personal Budgets, 2012
  3. Recovery, Public Mental Health and Wellbeing, 2012
  4. Recovery: A Carer’s Perspective, 2013
  5. Peer Support Workers: Theory and Practice, 2013
  6. The Team Recovery Implementation Plan: A Framework for Creating Recovery Focused Services, 2013
  7. Peer Support Workers: A Practical Guide to Implementation, 2014
  8. Supporting Recovery in Mental Health Services: Quality and Outcomes, 2014
  9. Risk, Safety and Recovery, 2014
  10. Making Recovery a Reality in Forensic Settings 2014
    Implementing Recovery: A New Framework for Organisational Change, 2014
    Making Recovery A Reality, 2014
    Implementing Recovery: A Methodology for Organisational Change, 2014
    Team Recovery Implementation Plan, 2015
    A Personal Health and Wellbeing Plan for Family, Friends and Carers, 2015
  11. ImROC Advocacy Briefing Paper: A Stepping Stone for Recovery, 2016
  12. ‘Continuing to Be Me’ – Recovering a Life with a Diagnosis of Dementia, 2016
  13. Co-Production – Sharing Our Experiences, Reflecting on Our Learning, 2017
  14. Recovery: The Business Case, 2017
  15. Recovery Colleges 10 Years On, 2018


Recovery College West
County Clinic
Co. Mayo

T: 086 0294901


Our Vision

The Purpose of Recovery College West 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.