Enrolling in the college couldn’t be easier; just fill in the form below. Alternatively you can enrol by booking yourself onto one or more of our courses.
If you can’t decide what course(s) to do or need some help choosing, please enrol and contact the college on 01442 8644966. One of our staff will support you.
If you would prefer to fill in a paper form you can download and print the application and equal opportunities forms and send them to the college. Alternatively, contact the college and we will send one to you.
The College is a free service for all Hertfordshire residents over 18. However, If you are living outside of Hertfordshire and are:
please submit a paper application form or contact the college to enrol over the phone.
If these exceptions do not apply to you, please locate your nearest recovery college here: https://mindrecoverynet.org.uk/search/
Please provide your email address and at least one of the following contact numbers: (preferably a mobile number to enable us to send you text reminders).
If you do not have an email address:
Please enter the details of the person you would like us to contact in case of an emergency.
Voluntary/charitable organisations cover a range of organisations that are neither public sector nor private sector. They include voluntary and community organisations, social enterprises, mutuals and co-operatives. (For example, Mind in Mid Herts, Hertfordshire Mind, View Point, Carers in Herts, etc.)
Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (HPFT) provides mental health and learning disabilities inpatient care and treatment in the community in Hertfordshire (sometimes people know this service to be 'as one'.
Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust (HCT) is an NHS organisation providing adult and children's community health services, such as diabetes services, physiotherapy, podiatry and respiratory services, across Hertfordshire.
Hertfordshire County Council social care services provide care and support for older people and people with learning or physical disabilities, mental health needs or sensory needs.
Other health care specialist - this could include a private counsellor, key worker, dietician, nutritionist etc.
Job Centres are government funded organisations providing support and assistance to people who are unemployed and claiming benefits, with the aim of helping people of working age find employment in the UK.
A carer is anyone, including children and adults, who looks after a family member, partner or friend who needs help because of their illness, frailty, disability, mental health challenges or an addiction and cannot cope without their support. The care they give is unpaid.