Mental Health Services

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Over the past number of years, National Learning Network has significantly increased its development of services for people with mental health difficulties.

In line with the Government policy A Vision for Change, the organisation has embarked on the development of best practice services incorporating a recovery ethos. This means that the service is geared around the recovery of each person and how best this can be achieved.

Our services have been developed within the community and offer courses that meet the demands of each person regardless of where they are on their recovery journey.

National Learning Network provides mental health services within its extensive range of FETAC accredited courses across a range of levels.

Al of our Managers, Instructors, Rehabilitation Officers, Resource Teachers, Social Skills Facilitators, Psychologists and Advocacy Officers have had extensive training in this field.

Our ethos of recovery, hope, excellence, respect and safety are central to all our services currently being developed within our mental health services sector.

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