Month: May 2020

Invitation to Staying Connected and Creative Summer Festival 24th of June

Dear Recovery College Friends,  
As we near the end of our fourth year, we would would like to take this opportunity to invite you to join us for a free two hour online celebration of mental health well-being in the community.  This years’ theme is ‘Staying Connected and Creative.
 
Open to everyone in the community, this is a great opportunity to connect with like minded people, sample some workshops and dip into some of the inspiring creativity that helped drive our initiatives over the past four years.  This is also a great way for people new to the recovery college, to get a sense of just who we are and what we do!
 
How to register 
– Check out the promo below and select one of the workshops that you want to do
– Email your name, email, mobile number and importantly name the workshop you would like to attend.
– We’ll follow up by sending the zoom links for both the workshop of your choice and the follow on hour when we bring all the participants together!   
 
Numbers will be limited on the day, So apply early to avoid disappointment.
Who can register
This Festival Event is open to everyone over 18, with numbers limited we do prioritise people throughout the North Dublin, Louth and Meath areas, this said regardless where you are based, you are welcome to register your interest, if there’s space we’ll try and accommodate you!
Kind Regards
Recovery College Team

Our coordinator John was on Newstalk today

Listen back to John Kelly speaking to Tom Dunne on Newstalk on the Sean Moncrieff show today, John is on the last 15 minutes newstalk.com/listen-back 

 

Cairde have launched a multilingual mobile friendly website that provides information on accessing health services

A multilingual mobile friendly website HealthConnect provides updated information on accessing health services during Covid-19 pandemic for migrant communities in Ireland.

  • What health services are available in Ireland, inc. GP, hospitals, maternity sexual health and mental health
  • How to access services during Covid pandemic?
  • General information about health system, incl. changes to medical card applications
  • Available in Arabic, Chinese, English, Polish and Russian

HealthConnect has been developed by Cairde, an advocacy organisation working to improve ethnic minorities’ access to services in Ireland.


People who need more support can contact Cairde’s Health Information & Advocacy Centers by calling  (01) 855 2111 or (01) 8020785. We speak Arabic, English, French, Italian, Lithuanian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Spanish.

Covid19 hotline for the Roma Community operates in Romanes and Romanian – 087 126 4606.