Young Devon

Young Devon is the largest young people’s charity in the South West. Our mission is simply to make Devon a better place for all young people.

We give straight-forward support for problems that young people might be facing. Young Devon has been offering help for over 20 years. Our staff are hugely experienced, will listen, help and never judge. With specialist Accommodation, Sexual Health and Counselling Teams, we have the resources that young people need to help young people come to terms with the challenges that they face.

If you are a young carer looking after a family member or friend who has a disability, mental health condition or addiction, you can get support by contacting Jessica Suddick from Bright Futures.

📞 07934 296605

📧 jess.suddick@youngdevon.org

📺 Young Devon Website

Devon rape crisis and sexual abuse service

Welcome to Devon Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse Services.
We offer services in Devon (but not Plymouth).
We offer confidential, professional support to survivors of rape, sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse.

📞 01392 204 174 

📧 support@devonrapecrisis.org.uk 

📺  Devon rape crisis and sexual abuse Website

Recovery Devon

We believe that with the right support and help people with mental health issues can and do recover and live meaningful and purposeful lives of their own choosing. Since 2003 we have actively promoted this idea and sought to put recovery and wellbeing at the heart of mental health provision.

📺  Recovery Devon Website

Devon Carers

We enable carers to maintain their own health, wellbeing and independence; and to care safely, confidently and effectively. We provide carers with the information and advice they need in their caring role. We help carers find support in their community and from local community organisations. In everything we do we are led by carers, ensuring they have choice, control, and a voice as expert partners in care.

📞 03456 434 435

📺  Devon Carers Website

Reading Well for Mental Health

The Reading Well Books on Prescription for mental health books provide helpful information and step-by-step self-help techniques for managing a variety of common mental health conditions, including depression and anxiety. They are endorsed by health professionals and can all be found in your local library.

If you are a mental health practitioner and are interested in prescribing Reading Well books or for any other information please email Colin Bray

📧 colin.bray@librariesunlimited.org.uk

Dartmoor Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy CIC

The Dartmoor Centre began in 2008 as a not-for-profit specialist Community interest Company offering training and affordable counselling. Our counsellors offer a range of counselling and psychotherapy approaches including Person Centred, CBT, and Gestalt.

Our counsellors are at various stages in their careers and are all supported and supervised by DCCP.

📞 01626 331831

📺  CIC Website

Cruse Bereavement Care

We offer support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies.

🏠 Dignity House, 17 Devon Square, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2HR

📞 01626 332450

📺  Care Bereavement Care

 

Together Drug & Alcohol Service, Devon

Together Drug and Alcohol Service offers support to those over 18 who wish to address their drug and alcohol use. It offers:

  • Advice & information for drug and/or alcohol users or anyone concerned about someone’s use (friends, family, employers)

  • Prescribing options, delivered in-house by specialist doctors

  • Harm reduction interventions and Needle exchange

  • Group work programmes

  • One to one recovery navigation

  • Whole Family support and interventions

  • Recovery support and post treatment programmes and activities

  • Accredited mentoring courses

 📞 0800 233 5444

  🏠 Templer House, Scott Cl, Newton Abbot TQ12 1GJ

Citizens Advice Teignbridge - Newton Abbot 

Citizens Advice Teignbridge offer free, independent, impartial advice on a variety of subjects including debt, benefits, consumer issues, housing and employment.

📞 03444 111444

🏠 36-38 Market Walk, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 2RX

Family Intervention Team (FIT) - South & West Devon

The Family Intervention Team (FIT) has been developed to help families who want support in dealing with a range of issues with the aim for the whole family to achieve their goals.

We are a team of Family Practitioners who have good links within the community and with all local agencies and resources.

We are dedicated to working with each family to assess and support their individual needs, offering early help. This includes routine, structure and inter-family relationships. We can also support families to access all other local services including education, financial/benefit and health provisions.

We will work with your family giving practical support, honest advice, building strengths and skills.

📧 earlyhelpsouthsecure-mailbox@devon.gov.uk

📞 0345 155 1071

Learn Devon - Newton Abbot

Learn Devon provides learning opportunities and training for adults on a wide range of subjects, from qualification courses in maths and English to leisure courses such as wellbeing and languages.

 

Visit our website for a full listing and to enrol. The Passmore Edwards Centre in Newton Abbot houses our adult learning centre as well as the library and is a community hub for Newton Abbot

📞 0345 155 1014     

📞 01392 384094

📺 www.learndevon.co.uk

Marriage Care South West - Newton Abbot

Regional branch of national charity that provides professional, confidential relationship counselling for individuals or couples in Torquay, Newton Abbot, Exeter and Ivybridge.

We don’t charge a fixed fee for our counselling service, apart from a one-off registration fee of £10 to secure your place on our waiting list. We will never turn you away because you cannot afford to give very much but we do ask all counselling clients to give a donation before of each counselling session.

📞 0800 389 3801 

📧 appointments@marriagecare.org.uk 

PLUSS Mental Health Services - Opportunities

Opportunities is a service that supports people with mental health issues achieve their aspirations towards work.

We do this through a range of training, education and employment options tailored to individual needs. We provide coaching and support to help people improve their self-confidence on their journey into work.

 

This may include:

  • An opportunity to learn new skills.

  • Personal growth and development.

  • Agreeing action plans in a timescale to suit the individual.

  • Non-judgemental acceptance.

  • Support with gaining voluntary or paid work.

  • Information, support and guidance.

 

Referrals to the Opportunities team can be made directly to Pluss by:

  • Medical professionals such as Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Community Psychiatric Nurses (CPN’s), Recovery Coaches, Occupational Therapists and GP’s. 

  • Support Workers.

📞 0800 334 5525

📧 opportunities-mentalhealthteam@pluss.org.uk

Eat that Frog

Our It’s My Life programmes are designed to help you take control of your life, exploring areas of your physical, mental and emotional wellbeing that could be holding you back. All our courses run in small, friendly groups with experienced mentors, who will take each session at a gentle pace and help you build a circle of support while giving you practical ways to improve your wellbeing. 

📞 01803 551 551

📧 info@eatthatfrog.ac.uk 

🏠 Newton Abbot Training Centre, 17 Union Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2JX

SPLITZ support service

Splitz Support Service is a registered charity delivering support services to adults and young people experiencing the trauma of domestic abuse and sexual violence. Splitz delivers services across south-west England.

🏠 Buckland House, Pavilion 3, Park Five, Harrier Way, EXETER, EX2 7HU

📞 0345 155 1074 
📧 admin@splitzdevon.org

Transitions

We provide volunteer coaching/mentoring support to help vulnerable adults to make positive changes to improve their independence and wellbeing. Our aim is to help increase your resilience through developing your skills, confidence and community networks. How?


* You are matched with a coach/mentor who will meet you regularly and facilitate goal-setting and action planning, as you work on a range of goals to improve your quality of life.


* Through ‘guided self-help’ we encourage you to develop your own coping strategies and support networks as you reduce your dependence on services. We provide information and resources, and run small group workshops in which you can practise techniques and learn from others.


* We offer ‘moral support’ to accompany you to appointments or introduce you to groups and activities; and in some cases, practical support to resolve a temporary issue that may hinder your progress.

📞 01392 284280

📞 07531 870 203

📧 laura@eci.org.uk

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