Coronavirus Service Update

We are finding new ways to support young people...

We're delighted to announce that we're now able to support young people face-to-face once again!

Talking with someone in person can make all the difference, and we have been working hard to make this support available for young people.

We are in the process of opening up our buildings, following current Government and Public Health England guidance, and are now taking appointments for face-to-face support.

We are not yet able to offer drop-in sessions.

Our priority is, and always will be, to keep young people and staff safe and well when visiting our buildings. Please watch the below video, created by our Youth Council, to find out more about how we are doing this.

To arrange a visit, contact us today!

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We are also offering a wide range of digital support during the current crisis; delivering our services over phone, video-call and email.

We are still here!

If you need support, or advice; we are only an email, phone call or text away…

Wellbeing support: Our counsellors are still delivering our mental health services to young people. If you need to talk, please email, fill in our Wellbeing contact form, or call 08082 810155 and leave a message with your name and contact details.

Accommodation support and Homelessness enquiries: If you need support staying at home, or are at risk of losing your accommodation, you can find advice and helpful information at To get in touch, please email

Skills support: Our Skills courses are still being run remotely. To get in touch with our tutors, please email

Participation enquiries: Our Participation team are continuing to work remotely, and our Youth Council are having regular Zoom meetings. For more information on how to get involved, please email

YES Centre enquiries: For any Exeter YES Centre enquiries, please email or call 01392 331666. For any Newton Abbot YES Centre enquiries, please email or call 01392 381992.

Sexual health advice: Our sexual health service is still running. If you need any advice or support, please email

Young Victims of Crime support: For any queries relating to our Young Victims of Crime service, please email or call 08082 810155 and leave a message with your name, contact details and a brief idea of your query.

If you would prefer to text, please send your name and message to 07843337870.

If you know someone who would benefit from our support, please encourage them to get in touch.

There are several other fantastic organisations that are providing online support and useful resources during this difficult time…


Free online support and counselling.


Free online support and counselling.

24 hour Helpline: 0800 1111


Support for anyone feeling down, experiencing distress or struggling to cope.

24 hour Helpline: 116 123


Online resources and booklets.

Information Line (9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday): 0300 123 3393

Young Minds

Information for both Parents and Young People.

Parent Helpline (09:30am to 4pm, Monday to Friday): 0808 802 5544

Young person (free) support: Text 'YM' to 85258


Sex education resources for Young People.


Free, confidential sexual health clinics and support, and sex education resources, for Young People.