Mind in Exeter and East Devon

We're Mind in Exeter and East Devon, offering a supportive, safe and responsive space to create your own wellbeing. We are here for you with tools of recovery. We promote emotional and mental wellbeing, challenge stigma and discrimination and empower individuals through positive recovery-focused services and projects.

Open: We reach out to anyone who needs us.
Together: We're stronger in partnership.
Responsive: We listen, we act.
Independent: We speak out fearlessly.
Unstoppable: We never give up.
We need a world where everyone can define their own route to wellbeing.

Are you feeling stressed, anxious, unwell. We are here for you.

A local and independent charity that has twenty years of experience of moving people forward in their lives. We are proud to be part of the Mind family and be able to brand ourselves as Mind.


Find out more about the services we offer by clicking the headings below

  1. We provide a safe space when you are experiencing stigma around your mental health in a recovery focused approach.

  2. We help you moving forward if you feel isolated, anxious and/or experiencing panic attacks as a result of your assault.

  3. We have access centres that can provide a safe space where you can talk to one of our support workers to help you and/or signpost you where and if necessary.

  4. We support people who are experiencing stress or mental health difficulties due to experiencing sexual violence.

  5. We can support you through stress, anxiety or mental health difficulties triggered by experiencing burglary.

  6. 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.

  7. As a partner in the Devon Recovery Learning Community we can support you to identify recovery focused courses that you can attend to enable you to learn new coping mechanisms and strategies for recovery.

  8. 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.