• WELL-SEEING FILM FORUM, Tuesday 13th October, 6.30pm

    Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/82352993051?pwd=VUMrOHlSaDRtbnR5MC90WDdoNUpiZz09 There’s not one Scotland, but many, and the films we’ll discuss at the next Well-Seeing session tell stories that are deeply rooted in varied visions of this place we call home. The action ranges from the densely-crowded Central Belt to the sparsely-populated Highlands, giving us a chance to consider the impact of environment on our lives and our relationships.  Adam, Where Are You?(drama, 13 minutes)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-MJLgVuT-IAgainst the background of east end Glasgow and past trauma, a relationship falls apart. Can there be more to the story?warning: verbal abuse Cailleach(documentary, 14 minutes)https://vimeo.com/94642820An elderly woman reflects on her life at…

  • Recovery College Update – 4th of August

    Hello Over the summer months we will be contacting each of you to complete a Student Review.  If we haven’t contacted you yet we will do over the next couple of weeks.  This is your opportunity to reflect on the…

  • Summer School Courses

    coming up during summer 2020 11 August at 1pm Creative Recovery – Discover your creative side 18 August at 1pm Breaking the Silence – TED talk on Mental Health 25 August at 1pm Personality by Colours – what does it…

  • Summer School

    Please join us during the summer with our fun Summer Programme! We have a range of sessions on Zoom for you to engage in.  Confirm attendance for all courses with Trish on trish.wallace@ramh.org  Courses  What is Peer 2 Peer?  Join us…

  • Meet the Peers – Part Two

    This is My Story! The Peers have been engaging in supporting the Recovery College through the COVID-19 Pandemic, and have been working hard to develop and support other students who have just begun their recovery journey. Each of the Peer…

  • Meet the Peers – Part One

    The North Ayrshire Wellbeing and Recovery College in 2020 employed 3 Peer Volunteers. Each volunteer has a specific role within the college and play an integral part to the development and journey of the Recovery College. Louise Hastie – Peer…