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Useful Information for parents

Useful Information for Parents

Young Devon Wellbeing Toolkit

The Young Devon Wellbeing Toolkit provides tips and tricks for maintaining positive mental wellbeing during lockdown and beyond. It focuses specifically on the following areas:

  • Coping with Isolation
  • Negative thoughts and worry
  • Managing anxiety
  • Sleep
  • Where to find support

BGET

The aim of the BGET project is to improve the quality of life, financial wellbeing and financial resilience of people living in North Devon, Mid Devon and West Somerset. The project supports vulnerable people living on low incomes, people experiencing mental health problems and people with disabilities.  

The project provides high-quality advice, support and information services that are accessible, independent and confidential. The scope of advice and information work ranges from light touch information giving, sign-posting, guidance and supported referral services to comprehensive case-work focusing on clients with multiple and complex needs.

Chat Health

Devon County Council have set up a confidential advice and support service for children who are 11 years old and above. School nurses are on hand from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday and will provide advice around the following topics:

  • Emotional health
  • Relationships
  • Self-harm
  • Bullying
  • Alcohol
  • Healthy eating
  • Drugs
  • Smoking

The phone number is:07520631722

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