Ian Nash | The Guardian | 24 June 2015
Helen has mental health problems, caused by years of sexual abuse, and special educational needs. Despite the challenges she’s faced, she’s training to become a care assistant, supported by a team of psychiatrists, social workers and tutors at Nottingham Recovery College.
The college opened its doors in 2011, as one of four government-backed national pilots, and works intensively to repair lives and rebuild confidence among its students. The impact is obvious. “Life offers so much more hope now,” says Helen… [continue reading on the Guardian website]