Experienced, friendly practitioners and counsellors who work alongside families in flexible ways to deliver skilled interventions which are focused and time-limited.
Get help with reducing the impact of loneliness – or become a Befriender and help others.
A peer support group for those currently living with, or recovering from, mental health illness.
A small group, meeting regularly in Okehampton, to provide support for parents of neuro-divergent children.
Help with gaining an understanding and insight into difficulties, developing emotional resilience, and overcoming barriers to change.
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Our services (other than the Music Centre) are aimed at adults and are available to all. If you are seeking support for a child, we can help to direct you to other organisations. If you don’t see what you are looking for, or are not sure where to start, please contact us – we are always happy to help.
Each of our core services has different sources of funding and various eligibility criteria. Although they are not free, we can provide many services at a subsidised rate, or with a voluntary donation – further information is provided within the details of each individual service.