Collaborative Learning College
The Collaborative Learning College is a recovery college that offers nonclinical-based education and training programs to people who have lived/living experience of mental health and/or substance use challenges, and who feel ready to set goals, gain skills and make social connections as part of their personal journey. In keeping with internationally adopted approach to recovery-oriented education, the courses offered at the Collaborative Learning College are:
- co-created and co-led by people with lived experience of mental health and/or addiction challenges and/or social services use
- offered free of charge
- adaptable to local needs and resources
- open to people who have experienced mental health and/or addiction challenges and/or social services use, their family members, friends and health care providers, when appropriate.
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Learn more about who we are, our values and what you can expect from our program.Learn more
Learn more about and register for our courses.
*Note: This link will take you to our registration system, which is hosted on our registration platform, Learning Stream.
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Explore a directory of resources for services and educational material.
*Note that the resources listed have waiting lists that are not within the control of CAMH.View more