Young people’s mental health and the impact they have on young lives have never been more prominent in the national debate. Our counselling services and training are nationally-respected and we have a long history of offering effective early help to many young people.

Our service are offered in our centres where young people can meet privately with one of our highly skilled team of counsellors. We work closely with schools across Devon and Plymouth providing counselling in schools and also training staff. And where young people are looking for help on-line we have developed a close working relationship with Kooth who specialise in on-line counselling.

We give straight-forward support for problems that young people might be facing. Young Devon has been offering help for over 20 years. Our staff are hugely experienced, will listen, help and never judge. With specialist Accommodation, Sexual Health and Counselling Teams, we have the resources that young people need to help young people come to terms with the challenges that they face.

If you are a young carer looking after a family member or friend who has a disability, mental health condition or addiction, you can get support by contacting Jessica Suddick from Bright Futures. Call Jessica on 07934 296605 or email her at jess.suddick@youngdevon.org

You can get help by emailing us using the form below or by calling our Newton Abbot YES Centre on 01392 381992 / 01626 202530 or our Exeter YES Centre on 01392 331666.

If you need help online please contact our partners at Kooth
You can also access support via Samaritans