Your Voice Cornwall is an organisation that helps people affected by mental health across Cornwall. They support groups, activities and other resources to help women come together and support one another in their mental health journeys.
The Cornwall survivor pathway is a guide for anyone wanting to know more about specialist sexual violence support services in Cornwall. There are links to age specific services.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) online programme which allows users to complete in their own time at their own pace. Each programme has a range of interactive tools, activities and videos to help you identify and challenge negative thought behaviour patterns.
National charity that provides support to prisoners, people with convictions and their families. They support people to make a fresh start, minimise the harm that can be caused by imprisonment to people who have committed offences, to families and communities.
No Panic offers advice, support and recovery programmes and help for people living with phobias, OCD and any other anxiety based disorders. Intervention for panic attacks including body scan and breathing exercises. Has a membership fee but there are lots of free to access resources without paying.
Man down is a Cornwall based group offering safe spaces to meet the current emotional and mental health needs of men who are struggling to cope with the everyday pressures facing them in our modern society.
Man Down offers fortnightly talking groups for men at various locations across Cornwall.
Free online / face to face counselling 11 - 18 Years
Small, free, confidential support groups for young women with mental health concerns. Offering a safe place for you to come and talk, listen or just be.
The support groups are free and for any women with any kind of mental health concerns, a friendly, caring, non-judgemental group to chat or just listen. Visit our Facebook group to get booked in.
Thursdays support group is for young women aged 18-25 and is held at 9 Tor Road, Newquay, fortnightly, 6.00pm – 7.30pm.
Directory of local counsellors - limit to in person, online, telephone
CBS offers a range of services for those who need help managing their Money and Financial Hardship, Poverty Isolation Stress and Debt problems exacerbated by mental health as well as giving job related skills advice. CBS works with adults of all ages and helps those from all ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Debt and stress problems faced by single parents and low income families can be eased with our support and advice
Treats ex service personnel who served in the British armed forces and who are subsequently experiencing problems with their mental health.
You can be referred to the service by your GP, through an ex-service establishment, a charity, Combat Stress or you can make a self referral.
List of local counsellors for those doing face to face and online work.