Category: Past Events

Dublin North, North East Recovery College and First Fortnight 2020

We are so excited to be partnering with AKiDwa, Cairde, Pavee Point and Silver Thread for First Fortnight 2020.

See the events here.

Dublin  and Dundalk 

We are delighted to have Moïra Fowley-Doyle launching the book and the music in Dublin.

Hope to see you there.

Dear Recovery College Friends and Community Minded Folk,

We would would like to take this opportunity to invite you to join us for a day to celebrate well-being in the community, connect with like minded people and sample some of the work of the Dublin North, North East Recovery College as we near the end of our third year.

This Festival Event is open to everyone throughout the North Dublin, Louth and Meath areas including importantly community groups that are interested in sampling first hand what the recovery college is all about!
Please feel free to share the invite with anyone you think would be intersted!
To Register for this free event RSVP via email to or alternatively call 017007907 for more information.
Please note this event will fill up, for individuals or groups (up to six people per group) interested, do book your space early to avoid dissapointment
For a sneak preview of what to expect check out our first music video from the Song Creation Collective:

Summer Student Event Save the date 14th June 2019

Summer Term Courses

We are  delighted to announce our summer schedule courses for the North Dublin, Louth and Meath areas.  This term we are again expanding our course number with a total of 14 scheduled across three counties.
We are also excited to announce our new partnership in the Louth area alongside local Mental Health Services, the Recovery College and CAWT (Cooperation and Working Together).  Supported by EU INTERREG IVA funding this partnership will work to ensure recovery education flourishes in the cross border area over the coming years.
If applying to a Louth area course, please ensure you complete and return a ‘Louth area application form.’
Given recent levels of course uptake we recommend if you, or others interested, see a programme in the attached posters that draws your attention, do apply or call at your earliest convenience, so as to ensure a place.
To apply on line by following this link