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On this page you will find information and links to help students and parents find information and support for physical and mental health. Remember: its good to talk!


NHS information on self-help -  https://web.ntw.nhs.uk/selfhelp/

Early Help Info Link  http://www.dcfp.org.uk/early-help


Devon Family Advice Line

Call 01392 949059 (10 – 2pm Monday to Friday or leave a message)

Offers advice on issues around children and their family relationships, including any communication issues or conflict they are having with their partners or co-parents of their children. 

School Nursing Service


School Nursing service for 11 – 19’s
Did you know, if you are aged 11-19 and live in Devon you can contact your school nurse for confidential advice and support via text on 07520631722? 
It’s quick and easy, anonymous, and non-judgemental and a school nurse will respond within 24 hours (between the hours of Mon – Fr 9 - 5, excluding bank holidays).  
You can also find lots of information about different subjects and health needs and where you can get support if you need it via our 


School Nursing service for parents/carers and primary aged children
Parents/carers can contact the public health nursing team (health visitors and school nurses) for information and advice on 07520631721
We also have a 
website that’s split into a kids zone and a parent’s zone with information about a range of  health and wellbeing needs and sources of support if you need it.


When you call 0800 1111 you’ll get through to a counsellor, they’re there to listen and support you with anything you’d like to talk about. Or you can have a 1-2-1 counsellor chat online.



Mental Health

Need support?  Don’t feel you have to cope alone. Help is always at hand:


Young Minds offers help for a range of situations:




On Kooth you can:

Chat to their  friendly counsellors

Read articles written by young people

Get support from the Kooth community

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