My physical and mental well being support and help in Devon and Cornwall

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  • Devon Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse Services

    Devon Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse Services

    Emotional Support
    We offer emotional support, psycho education, psychosocial education, exploration of options, specific strategies for addressing trauma symptoms, guidance on making sense of and processing unhelpful thoughts and feelings, strengthening resilience and resources. We listen to women and believe them.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01392 204174

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  • Stop Abuse For Everyone (SAFE)

    Stop Abuse For Everyone (SAFE)

    Is your health suffering through domestic abuse?
    We can support you through the emotional and physical impact of suffering domestic abuse. We run a variety of services covering East and Mid Devon including Pattern Changing courses for women who have been or are in an abusive relationship. These successful courses recognise and empower women as their own change agents to have a life free from violence.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 03030 300112

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  • Living Options Devon

    Living Options Devon

    Countryside Mobility South West
    Our Countryside Mobility scheme provides safe, enjoyable and easy access to the South West's countryside and visitor attractions for anyone who has difficulty walking, through an off road mobility scooter hire scheme. Our all terrain mobility scooter hire is available at a wide range of wheelchair accessible outdoor visitor attractions. Visit or call 01392 822372 for more details.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01392 459222 or SMS: 07958 517919

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  • Alcohol Concern

    Alcohol Concern

    Is drinking having a negative impact on your health?
    At Alcohol Concern, we understand that drinking can impact on your life in many different ways. It might be that you are struggling with alcohol yourself, or perhaps someone you know and care about appears to be in trouble. Understanding how many units you’re consuming or realising that alcohol can cause unhealthy weight gain may make you want to change your drinking habits. You can make informed choices and start to make positive changes to your lifestyle, limiting the impact that alcohol has on you and the people around you. Having access to the right help and advice can make the world of difference, so we try to inform you as much as possible and give you all the advice you need to tackle alcohol-related problems. Whether that’s working out exactly how much you’re drinking, the impact it’s having on your body or which local services can help you, you’ll find everything you need to know here.

    Call: 020 7566 9800

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  • Headway Devon

    Headway Devon

    Improving quality of life after brain injury
    Headway Devon offer services so that people with brain injuries can meet others who've had similar experience, take part in activities to improve their skills and quality of life, and to live more independently. We are also able to provide respite and advice for families and carers.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01392 211822

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  • Balloons


    Do you want Pre or Post Bereavement Support - Exeter, mid and east Devon
    Balloons offers pre and post bereavement support to children, young people and young adults on a one-to-one basis. We also provide advice and support for families and professionals in Exeter, mid and east Devon.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01392 826064

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  • WILD Young Parents Project

    WILD Young Parents Project

    Young parents and mental health
    It's really common for young mums and young dads to have depression, anxiety and other emotional problems when you become a new mum or dad. This is made worse by the experience of crime. WILD can help you with coping with mental ill health, and getting the right help you need.

    Call: 01209 210077

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  • Hikmat Devon CIC

    Hikmat Devon CIC

    Health & Wellbeing Groups for Black & Minority Ethnic Communities
    Hikmat Devon has many activity groups across Devon, led by bilingual Group Leaders. Meet new people and improve your health.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01392 284263

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  • British Legion

    British Legion

    Outreach Service
    We offer help to serving, ex-serving personal and their families and offer an Outreach service to ensure that those that need help are engaging with the correct services for their needs

    Call: 0808 802 8080

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  • Cornwall People First

    Cornwall People First

    Sign Posting for adults with learning disabilities
    Self Advocacy is key to all of our work, we can introduce you to our large network of organisations and offer you peer support through our self-advocacy forums.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 07811263845

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  • Victim Support

    Victim Support

    My physical and mental well being
    Victim Support is here to help anyone affected by crime, not only victims, but their friends, family and any other people involved. Because we’re an independent charity, you can talk to us whether or not you reported the crime to the police. If you want, we can support you without the involvement of the criminal justice system, and we won’t contact them about you unless we feel someone is at risk. We are here just to support you.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 0300 303 0554

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  • Plymouth and Devon Racial Equality Council

    Plymouth and Devon Racial Equality Council

    Support to access appropriate health and mental health services
    PDREC have Community Development workers who are able to support you to access appropriate health and mental health services. We can refer and signpost to relevant counselling services. Support can include attending medical appointments with you where necessary. They can also advocate on your behalf to ensure that you have 'a voice' with service providers.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01752224555

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  • Cornwall Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre

    Cornwall Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre

    If your mental health is suffering as a result of your sexual abuse we can help you.
    Being sexually abused can have far reaching affects. If your mental health is suffering, we can provide counselling for you to work through your issues .

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01872 303038

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  • Young Devon

    Young Devon

    Would you like to make changes to improve your well being?
    Counselling can help with any problem that is important to you; difficulties at home, work or school, relationships with family or friends, feeling lonely, making difficult decisions, feeling low and depressed, feeling anxious or stressed, coming to terms with unhappy experiences. We have links in local areas with activity and sports groups and we help you contact them.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 08082 810155

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    Would I benefit from counselling?
    CLEAR offers counselling support for children and young people who have been linked to or experienced abusive relationships. Counselling aims to help you deal with and overcome issues that are causing pain or making you feel uncomfortable. It can provide a safe and regular space for you to talk and explore difficult feelings. By discussing your concerns with you, the counsellor can help you to gain a better understanding of your feel

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01872 540 366

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  • Intercom Trust

    Intercom Trust

    Counselling, Help and Support
    We provide confidential help, support and counselling for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people and people affected by LGBT issues. We regularly work with people to improving their mental wellbeing and sense of self, and with issues such as isolation and internalised homophobia, transphobia and biphobia.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 0800 612 3010

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  • The Zone

    The Zone

    Would you like support with your physical and mental well being?
    We offer free and confidential support on a one to one basis to young people aged 13 - 25. Our drop in is open Monday to Friday between 12pm - 5pm. There's no need to make an appointment.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01752 206626

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  • The Zito Partnership

    The Zito Partnership

    My physical and mental well being
    1:1 psychological support utilising a stepped approach for the lifetime of the client. This will involve emotional support and counselling.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 07518 146034

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  • Citizens Advice Devon

    Citizens Advice Devon

    Disabilities and health problems
    If you are either unable to work, or have care or mobility needs because of a disability or health condition, CA may be able to help you through the challenges of accessing welfare benefits or the care you need.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 03444 111 444

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  • Mind in Exeter and East Devon

    Mind in Exeter and East Devon

    Goal focused and personalised support around your wellbeing
    We can offer two hours of support a week on a one to one basis. We will meet you either at home or in a location where you feel safe. We can support you to identify what a step towards better mental wellbeing would look like to you. This will enable us to support you in recognising some goals. We will then offer tools and walk alongside you as you work towards these goals.

    A Women's Network for friendship, fun and mutual support.
    The Women's Network exists for women of all ages. It is a social network that arranges up to 24 different events and activities a month and has over 250 members. Our aim is to empower women who may have become socially isolated, emotionally distressed or low in confidence. We help develop social events and activities chosen by and for the women taking part. We recognise the courage it takes to get out and meet people and are supportive of those feeling vulnerable or insecure.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01392 204493

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  • First Light

    First Light

    Has/is an experience of domestic abuse or sexual violence affectng your mental well being?
    Any sort of abuse can really affect your mental well being so it is important that you seek support. At Twelves Company we can help support you to take back control of your emotions and your life. Call us on 03458 121212 (Sexual Violence, Plymouth) or 0300 777 4 777 (Domestic Abuse, Cornwall)

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 03458121212

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  • Addaction


    Drugs or alcohol causing you problems?
    Addaction Cornwall and RISE in Devon provide a gateway to detox across the South West. YZUP in Cornwall also offers support to under 18s. We offer a free, confidential and non-judgmental service, open to all those who feel their alcohol/drug use is becoming a problem. Our service doesn’t just address drug and alcohol use, but offers education, training, employment and volunteering opportunities, peer support and support for family and friends. Visit or call 08451 302605

    Call: 08451 302605

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  • Routeways Centre Limited

    Routeways Centre Limited

    Routeways physical and mental well-being Support
    Routeways is a universal and generic service, providing emotional and practical support to all clients. Staff are DASH trained and can provide information, advice and guidance to victims of Domestic Abuse and support referrals to specialist Domestic Abuse Services in Plymouth.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01752 300700

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  • Exeter Community Initiatives

    Exeter Community Initiatives

    Physical and mental wellbeing
    We are skilled in helping with exercise, eating and enjoying life. We have a skilled team of family support workers able to help out.

    Call: 01392205800

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  • Equus Solutions

    Equus Solutions

    EQUUS SOLUTIONS Physical and mental well being
    Equus Solutions supports improved physical and Mental Well Being by offering individual and group sessions of Equine Assisted Therapy. We believe by building relationships with horses people can get to know themselves better. During sessions you will learn to understand and identify your feelings, better communicate and find different coping strategies. This in turn leads to improved self confidence and self-esteem.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01736711508

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  • North Devon Sunrise

    North Devon Sunrise

    Physical and mental well being - Are you from a Minority Ethnic Group, an asylum seeker, refugee or migrant worker living in North Devon or Torridge?
    North Devon Sunrise can support you if have difficulty accessing local services relating to your physical or mental well being. We provide free, non-judgemental and confidential support, information and advocacy.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01271 328915

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  • Young Minds

    Young Minds

    YoungMinds: The Voice for Young Peoples Mental Health and Wellbeing
    If you are concerned about your own mental wellbeing, or that of a family member, YoungMinds provides a range of information and support for children, young people, and adults across the UK.

    Call: 020 7089 5050

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  • Devon Community Opportunities, Rethink Mental Illness

    Devon Community Opportunities, Rethink Mental Illness

    Mental Health Courses
    Rethink Mental Illness is a charity that believes a better life is possible for people affected by mental illness. We have a range of mental health courses which we have delivered to a variety of audiences. Our training team are also able to work with you to design and deliver a bespoke course, ensuring the training meets the specific requirements of your organisation. for more information visit our website, or contact the Mental Health Promotion Team:

    Call: National number 0121 522 70070 Community Service 01395 224166

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  • BF Adventure

    BF Adventure

    Would you like support with your physical and mental well-being?
    Trying new challenges in the outdoors can be a great way to improve how you feel about yourself and our site is packed with opportunities to get physically and mentally active! Our supportive instructors will ensure that you feel safe at all times. Our activities are fully accessible by people with all levels of abilities and those who have more complex needs can be supported on a one to one basis. During the school holidays we offer Adventure Activity Days for children and young people with disabilities, and their families, to participate in a whole range of inclusive activities from canoeing to abseiling.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01326 340912

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  • Brake


    Have you been seriously injured through a road traffic incident?
    Brake’s services include: • A specialist, freephone helpline, 0808 8000 401 or, open 10am-4pm weekdays. Run by experienced professionals, the helpline offers emotional support, practical information, guidance on criminal justice system procedures, help overcoming problems or getting answers to questions, and help accessing services like counseling, group support or legal advice. • Support packs and books, handed to families by police following all road deaths and available at They include information on practical and emotional matters following road death and injury and are available for families bereaved by crashes in England & Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland, serious injury victims, and bereaved children. Information in them can be explained over the phone or they can be ordered in hard copy through the Brake helpline.

    Call: 0808 8000 401

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  • The Dracaena Centre

    Sport & Leisure Activities
    Regular weekly sessions delivered by our community club partners including: Table Tennis; Badminton; Fit Camp; Community Gym; Football; Basketball; Zumba; Boxercise; Boxing.

    Health & Well-being Activity Sessions
    Regular weekly asessions including: Indoor Bowls; Yoga; Pilates; Healthy Weight Programme; Fall Prevention; Be-Me; Dementia Support Group, AA.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01326 319414

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  • Pentreath Ltd

    Pentreath Ltd

    Mental Health
    Pentreath is an award winning mental health organisation that strives to encourage improved awareness, health and wellbeing throughout Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. We aim to promote good mental health through personal development, education and employment. Our highly dedicated team of outreach workers deliver our much needed services to people with or recovering from mental ill health.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01726 862727

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  • Konnect Cornwall CIC

    Konnect Cornwall CIC

    Motivational coaching to well being...
    Konnect provides understanding, reassurance and continued practical support to people in need. We help to promote physical and mental well being by ‘Konnecting’ victims to existing and relevant bespoke provisions whilst helping them deal with immediate issues and future prevention. By fully assessing / risk managing situations using experienced and caring staff from professional backgrounds, we can then help individuals progress towards personal goals with motivational and enabling support.

    Call: 01736 339277

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  • Devon Domestic Abuse Support Service

    Devon Domestic Abuse Support Service

    Increasing safety and improving wellbeing
    Our aim is to increase safety and improve the wellbeing of women, men and children who are affected by domestic abuse. We give practical advice, offer emotional support, discuss options and help with safety planning. We can accompany service users to appointments with solicitors, housing, etc., and give advice on protective court orders. We listen to how domestic abuse has affected you, and support you to start re-building your life.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 0345 155 1074

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  • Ubuntu Counselling Services

    Ubuntu Counselling Services

    We all experience times in our lives when the stresses and strains are difficult to deal with.
    Ubuntu provides a holistic and evidence-based, multicultural counselling service for all communities across Devon and wider population. At Ubuntu, we recognise that people are all different and may need different counselling approaches. We use a Humanistic Integrative approach, combining a number of counselling methods. Where we think that another service may be better placed to help a client with their needs, we will work to support clients to access that service. Where there may be cultural issues that get in the way, we will work with the client and the service concerned to try to overcome these. If it helps to talk to us before making a referral, then please do so. We accept referrals from any source, including self-referral.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01392 201572

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  • National Association for People Abused in Childhood

    National Association for People Abused in Childhood

    Were you abused as a child?
    Our support line is staffed by trained volunteers, who can help you come to terms with what happened and finding ways of repairing the harm. Call free on 0808 801 0331 from landlines or mobile networks Our lines are open 10am till 9pm Monday to Thursday, 10am till 6pm on Friday. We cannot take messages or call you back. If the lines are busy, please be patient and try again, perhaps trying at a different time of day when there might be fewer people calling our volunteers. We want to take your call and will do so as soon as we can. If you don’t want to call the support line, you can also email us at and we will reply as soon as possible

    Call: 0808 801 0331

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  • Barnardos West Devon Children's Centres

    Physical and Mental Well-being
    We can support you to access Mental Health Services, your GP and/or Health Visitor. We can also offer self esteem support.

    Call: 01822 614210 / 01837 658621

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  • Revenge Porn Helpline

    Revenge Porn
    We can assist victims who have had their intimate images shared online without their consent. We provide advice, signposting and practical assistance in removing content online.

    Call: 0845 6000 459

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  • Age UK Cornwall and Isles of Scilly

    Age UK Cornwall and Isles of Scilly

    Our befriending service can change lives! An individual that was once feeling isolated and alone, can have a purpose, feel needed, build a new network of friends and regain a busy social life through the support of a volunteer.

    If you need a little help around the house, we offer an affordable homecare service. This service is tailored to your needs and can provide household cleaning, bed making, shopping, or simply staying with you to allow your carer to go out.

    TAP Transport
    Being sociable and independent often depends on being mobile. We operate a voluntary car and minibus service that can pick you up from your door, and take you to any social or medical appointment, and home again. A small charge will be made for this service.

    We can signpost to third parties for help to keep you independent and connect you to the community using our Cornwall Link mapping service. This is primarily a telephone based service, however drop-ins to our Truro office are also available

    Information & Advice
    Our Information & Advice volunteers can arrange to visit you in order to help with the understanding and completion of Benefit application forms. For example Attendance Allowance, Blue Badge etc. Our volunteers are unable to give financial or legal advice.

    Day Centres
    A great way to learn new skills and have fun with companions. We have four centres in Cornwall- St Austell, Falmouth, and Newquay. Each centre offers a warm welcome in addition to group and one to one activities and exercise classes, entertainment and trips out, personal care, and escorted transport.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01872266388

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  • Brook


    Brook is here to help you talk about your health and well being.
    Brook 1-1 works with young people (11-25) in a confidential setting of your choice to provide non-judgmental advice, information and guidance around any issue relating to sex and relationships. Our mission is to support young people to make informed, active choices about their personal and sexual relationships so they can enjoy their sexuality without harm. if you would like one of our Brook 1-1 workers to come and visit you then please get in touch

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01209 710088

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  • Remembering Our Roots CIC

    Remembering Our Roots CIC

    1 to 1 Bushcraft, Survival Skills & Mentoring
    We provide opportunities for victims of crime to spend time reconnecting to nature, reflecting & coming to terms with their experiences and learning tools to help them to move forwards positively, joyfully and confidently with their lives. Depending on the individual, we will recommend which of our team could be most appropriate for you. Between us we have qualifications & experience in Counselling, Eco-Therapy, Bushcraft & Survival, Mythological Storytelling & Life-Coaching.

    Call: 07854 102646

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  • Tor Support Services

    Tor Support Services

    We offer counselling to those aged 5-25 years old, living in Okehampton or the surrounding area. We have trained counsellors who can help in dealing with multiple problems, including Child Sexual Exploitation.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 07886444263

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Talk to the Victim Care Unit

Call: 01392 475900


I do not want to report the crime to the police but I still want support

Call: 0300 3030 554

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