Recovery Pathways is a Trust citywide service. Through creative and wellbeing themed practice that is delivered in supportive settings, we aim to build confidence and skills, enable personal recovery from mental distress and support access to moving on.
The service offers time-limited programmes of specific activities that encourage independence, improve wellbeing strategies, and access to leisure, education and employment or volunteering opportunities.
We help people to lead valued lives by providing support, goal-focused activity, learning and training. Through creative activity and meaningful occupation we support people with their aspirations, achieve their goals and be part of their communities.
There are two pathways into our service through a central referral email address and for more information on how to refer please see below…
How to refer
Referring to Recovery Pathways means that service users have access to time-limited support of around 12 months including a regular review of progress, occupational therapy where needs are identified, a variety of activities and a moving on plan.
Referrals will be considered using the following criteria:
• People over the age of 18
• Manchester resident
• Existing Trust user
• Under care of CPA with up to date Risk & CPA (within 12 months)
• or meets NEC criteria (with Lead Professional involved for duration of their engagement with our service)
Please send NEC form by email with password protection or by post to Recovery Pathways Referrals, Cornbrook Enterprise Centre, 70 Quenby Street, Hulme, Manchester M15 4HW
Please email referrals to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further advice, please call 07436 560 917
Or contact Charlotte Brown, Recovery Pathways Lead 07890 996 586
Results from Coronavirus Support from the Recovery Pathways
Results are coming in from the continued support and encouragement for service users from the Recovery Pathways team. Creative activity still continues, despite being at home, and our service users have benefitted from regular contact and projects that have been shared over the phone, email and through the post. For one service user, this meant creating a table out of an old pallet with the encouragement and advice from the Benchmark team.
Keep connected, keep active and keep learning something new… Links to course available below
Why Not Try Creative Courses
Why not try - Annie's 3D Collage?
Free resource to start your 3D collage journey.
Download the pack here: Why Not Try - Annie's Found Story 3D Collage.pdf
Why not try - Journal Writing?
Free resource to start your journaling journey.
Download the pack here: Why Not Try - Journal Writing.pdf
Why not try - Upcycling?
Free resource to start your upcycling journey, inspired by Frida Kahlo. As a Mexican Artist, Frida Kahlo is remembered for her self-portraits, pain and passion, and bold, vibrant colours
Download the pack here: Why Not Try - Frida.pdf
Why not try - Creative Writing?
Why not try - Seed Planting?
Free resource to start your gardening journey.
Download the pack here: Why not try- Planting Seeds.pdf
Why not try - Drawing?
Why not try - Mindfulness?
Free resource to start your mindfulness journey.
Download the pack here: Why Not Try Mindfulness Week 1.pdf
Why not try - Collage?
Free resource to start your collaging journey.
Download the pack here: Why Not Try - Collage.pdf
Why not try - Mia's Textiles Projects?
Free resource to start your textiles journey.
Download the pack here: Why Not Try - Mia's Textiles Projects.pdf