Incorporating

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

Get in touch with us

  • Please contact us using the information below;
    Just a reminder enrolment fee of €5 per semester, all courses are free !!!

     

    Peer Educator Mayo Recovery College
    College Director
    Donal Hoban
    Tel: 086 8255441
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    Peer Educator Roscommon/ East Galway College
    Amanda Hunt
    REGARI Recovery College
    The Lodge
    Athlone Road
    Roscommon Town

    Web: https://www.recoverycollegewest.ie/regari/
    Tel: 086 1304869
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    Facebook: Regari Recovery College
    Twitter: @regaric

    College Coordinator Roscommon / East Galway
    Orla O'Duinn
    Occupational Therapy Manager
    Tel: 087 6502715
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    Peer Educator Galway
    Virgina Moyles
    Tel: 087 3401667
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    https://www.recoverycollegewest.ie/galway/

     

    Self-Care to Wellness Programme
    Jackie Lynott
    Tel: 094 9034980
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    Mayo Recovery College Office
    Karen McHale
    Peer Educator
    PCCC County Clinic
    Westport Road
    Castlebar
    Co. Mayo
    Tel: 086 0294901
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Contact

REGARI Recovery College
The Lodge
Athlone Road
Roscommon Town

T: 086 130 4869
E: regarirecoverycollege@gmail.com

 

Our Vision

The Purpose of the Regari 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.