31 March 2020
We have moved to remote working – now supporting people by phone / email.
We are in the process of creating a list of useful links for this current time of lock down, some mindfulness tips, and some self-help resources. Please bear with us whilst we add to these alongside supporting people in the Devon community. You can also find our list of Useful Contacts here. We are also sharing information we think could be helpful via our social media channels.
We know that people are experiencing lots of anxiety at the moment. The Devon Mind team are here if you would like to talk – we can help you to manage your mental health during this time. You can call us on 01752 512280 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that we are not a crisis service. We are unable to respond in an emergency. We are not a specialist service for acute illness/ psychosis. We are only able to provide phone / email support, or to signpost you to more specialist services.
Our office closes at 4.30pm Monday – Thursday, and at 4pm on Fridays. Outside of these times, Head Space is available 6pm – 10pm, 7 days a week for Plymouth.
Coronavirus Update - 18 March 2020
At Devon Mind, we are taking the Coronavirus pandemic very seriously and we know it is causing high levels of anxiety in our communities, and amongst our own staff, volunteers and service-users.
IMPORTANT UPDATE (18 March 2020): We have cancelled all groups, courses and one-to-one appointments from today until further notice. We will update our website and our Facebook page once the situation changes.
We appreciate you may be feeling anxious and concerned at this time. If you would like to speak to one of our team – we are still accessible by phone 01752 512280 and email email@example.com
For further information and advice on Coronavirus and your wellbeing, please visit the National Mind advice page HERE
Welcome to Devon Mind
The aim of our work is to help people build on their strengths, overcome obstacles, and become more in control of their lives. We support the people of Devon to discover their own resources to ‘recover’ from periods of poor mental health, and to live life independently with their mental health condition.
Mental Health Support
1 in 4 people experience mental health difficulties at some point in their lives. Whether that be depression, anxiety, stress, self-harm, personality disorder, bereavement or any other negative mental health experience, Devon Mind are here for you. Our Recovery College offers many different activities and services to help you manage your mental health. FIND OUT MORE HERE
Mental Health Training
There is significant evidence to show that looking after the mental health of your employees makes business sense and increases productivity. Devon Mind offers a range of mental health and wellbeing training courses for businesses. FIND OUT MORE HERE.