Visitors are able to attend our facilities in Metro South Health. Please refer to the visiting restrictions for more information.
The courses aim to build on what you already know about mental health, addictions and general wellbeing. It also aims to build your skills and confidence related to everyday life.
The courses offered will vary throughout the year and are free to all students of the college. Courses will be located at various locations within the Metro South Health region. Courses will be offered during the day and in person wherever possible.
The courses will be delivered by a clinical health professional and a person or carer of a person with a lived/living mental health or addiction experience. They will contact you before you attend your course.
Is there a cost?
All courses are FREE.
What happens if I cannot attend the course?
We understand that some people may find it difficult to attend a course. We are available to talk to you about any issues you may have how we can support you to attend.
Do I need to be referred by a health professional?
No. You do not need to be referred. As a student you simply complete the Enrolment Form and a staff member will be in contact with you to discuss which courses you want to attend.
How many other students will be at the courses?
The class sizes are kept small and range between 8-15 students.
Can I bring a support person?
You are welcome to bring a support person to the course. Please advise the staff prior to their attendance.
Can I use an interpreter?
You are welcome to have an interpreter attend the course. Please let us know if you require an interpreter.