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The Recovery Wall

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Welcome to The Recovery Wall

The Recovery Wall is an exciting new project developed by WWAMH in partnership with CVCMedia. The project will use digital media as a means of promoting recovery and well being.

rw 1We will work with service users and providers, volunteers and professionals, people who are recovering from mental health problems, and those who can help in the recovery process, to build a collection of stories, case studies if you will, of ordinary people who have shown extraordinary strength and courage on the road to recovery.

These films will help to illustrate the huge impact mental health problems have on individuals and families lives, highlight the range of coping strategies and recovery gateways people find, and address the stigma attached to mental health problems.

They will also simply give people hope that recovery is in fact possible.

We’ve already got the ball rolling, with funding from the National Lottery’s Awards for All.

So if you have a story to tell and you think it might inspire others, if you would like to join us on our journey, or if you would just like to know more about the project, please get in touch!

 

Recovery Wall - Project Promo

Miriam's Story

Jayne's Story (Faith & Mental Health)

Nyfed's Story

Steeve Moore (CEO Hywel Dda University Health Board)

Scarlets Discuss Mental Health

Terry's Story (Self Management)

Road to Recovery (Music Video)

Scott's Story

The VC Gallery

Martyn's Story

Mim's Story

Charles' Story