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Childline

Childline

Childline

Website: www.childline.org.uk

Childline is probably a name that you have heard but what you might not know is the service that they offer teens and young adults.

They are a counselling service for young people up until their 19th birthday, a service that is provided by the NSPCC.

They deal with any issues that may cause distress or concern and these could include a whole variety of problems. These could include bullying, mental illness, parental separation or divorce, neglect and many, many others.

 


 Teens Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence

Splitz Support Service

Website: www.splitz.org/devon/children-young-people.html

Splitz support service offer support to young people who are experiencing abuse within their own relationships. This service is ran by Young Person’s Independent Domestic Violence Advisors (YP IDVAs) and support is currently offered in Mid Devon, Exeter, South and West Devon.

YP IDVAs primarily support young people aged 14-18, however can occasionally offer support to young people up to the age of 24, depending on the young person’s situation and circumstances. YP IDVAs provide support to young people who are at risk of domestic abuse and the support aims to reduce this risk and increase the young person’s safety.

YP IDVAs provide practical support and options to the client, such as safety planning and support with accessing housing, legal and financial help if appropriate.

The YP IDVA service can also support young people around improving their wellbeing, as well as their understanding of domestic abuse and healthy relationships in order to break the cycle of abuse and reduce the risk of them experiencing further abusive relationships.

The YP IDVA is there to act as an advocate on behalf of the young person and to make sure that their voice is heard.

Devon County Council

Website: www.devon.gov.uk/dsva/advice-for-young-people/

The site offers some advice for any teen or young adult that is witness to, or suffering domestic violence. The page answers some questions and directs you to a selection of resources, most of which are already available on this page.

The Hideout

Website: www.thehideout.org.uk

Women’s Aid created a space specifically for children and young people to understand domestic violence. The web page provides resources and information on how to take positive action should you find it happening to you.

 


 Teens Drugs And Alcohol

Drugs And Alcohol

YSmart

Website: ysmart.org.uk

Addaction

Website: www.addaction.org.uk

Al-Anon

Website: www.al-anonuk.org.uk

Alcoholics Anonymous

Website: www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk

Whilst many may consider this a service for adults, this well-known organisation make special reference for Young People on their website.

They offer a simple 12 question quiz to help you determine if you have an issue with alcohol and also provide a specific video with a special message to young people.

Adfam

Website: adfam.org.uk

Healthtalk

Website: www.healthtalk.org

Drinkaware

Website: www.drinkaware.co.uk

Talk To Frank

Website: www.talktofrank.com

 


 Eating Disorders and Body Image

Eating Disorders And Body Image

Eating Disorders Devon

Website: www.eatingdisordersdevon.co.uk

NHS Devon Partnership

Website: www.dpt.nhs.uk

 


 Emotional and Mental Health

Emotional And Mental Health

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS)

Tel: 0330 0245 321

CAMHS work with young people, their families, and other involved services. CAMHS provide specialist assessment and evidence-based interventions for moderate to severe, complex and enduring mental health problems.

Young Minds

Website: youngminds.org.uk

YoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity fighting for children and young people's mental health. Visit our Find Help pages for information on mental health conditions and available support.

Rethink

Website: www.rethink.org

Every year Rethink help hundreds of people with mental illness to get the information and support they need. They provide a range of services nationally, including advocacy, carer support, crisis services and more.

Exeter Mental Health and Wellbeing Clinic

Website: www.exetermentalhealthclinic.co.uk

Their highly-trained practitioners offer a wide variety of services, personally tailored to diagnose, treat and prevent an equally wide range of mental health-related problems. They pride themselves on their commitment to customer care, and clients’ welfare is their very highest priority.

Magic Carpet

Website: www.magiccarpet-arts.co.uk

Magic Carpet recognises that life can be a challenge and we all need an escape sometimes. They believe in making creativity accessible to all and to promote the arts as a fantastic vehicle to develop skills, meet people and build self-confidence.

 


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