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THE PROJECT
Young People's Centre
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Parent and Carer Support Group will meet next on Monday 16th July

Parent and Carer Support Group Monday 16th July 6.30pm – 8.30pm Pippins Community Centre, Axminster Are you worried about your child or young person’s behaviour or their mental health? Are you supporting a child or young person who is experiencing mental illness and you need support yourself? Our monthly parent and carer support group provides […]

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Young People’s Peer Support Service to Open in Ottery St Mary

Action East Devon is opening a new peer support service at The Station Community Centre in Ottery St Mary to improve the emotional wellbeing and mental health of young people aged 13 – 24. The scheme has been successfully supporting young people in Axminster and Chard and has made a positive and significant difference to […]

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Young People’s Mental Health Service in Chard Continues Thanks to South Somerset Mind

  The young people’s service in Chard known as the Project will continue, thanks to a partnership with local charity South Somerset Mind. Action East Devon – the East Devon charity who was invited to set up the Project in Chard have been looking for a local Somerset organisation to take the service on. The […]

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Alison raises grand total of £1033.16 for The Project

We are delighted to announce that Alison Davies, one of our inspirational and dedicated supporters, recently took part in the 22 mile Exe to Axe race, running from Exmouth to Seaton, raising a grand total of £1033.16 for The Project! Alison had planned to run the 20 mile Grizzly race but due to severe weather […]

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Latest News from The Project – April 2018

You can dowload our latest news bulletin here.    

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Notice of Cancellation: Tonight’s Parent and Carer Support Group

IMPORTANT NOTICE:  TONIGHT’S PARENT AND CARER SUPPORT GROUP IS CANCELLED (Monday 19th March) We have taken the decision to cancel tonight’s parent and carer support group in Axminster due to the severe weather warnings in place for Devon and surrounding areas. Please take care if you are out on the roads.

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Train to become a Youth Mental Health First Aider

The Project is running a 2 day Youth Mental Health First Aid Training Course at Colliton Barton in East Devon on the 9th and 10th April. The 2 day course will help you gain a better understanding of mental health, equip you with the knowledge and skills to help a young person with mental health issues and on completion you will […]

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Action East Devon waves goodbye to Coordinator of The Project

Action East Devon will be saying farewell to Debbie Humberstone who has been the inspirational coordinator of the young people’s mental health service – The Project – for the past five years. The Project provides support to young people experiencing mental distress and their parents/carers through regular peer support groups in Axminster and Chard. Debbie […]

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Latest News Bulletin from The Project – December 2017

The Project News Bulletin – December 2017 Click on the link above to see all the latest news and dates for your diary from The Project. This issue contains the following articles: A festive message to all our Supporters News from The Founder and Manager of The Project Staff Vacancy at The Project – Project Manager […]

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Co-op Members Raise £876.55 for The Project

The Co-op Local Community Fund has awarded £876.55 to The Project. The donation was raised by Co-op members, who support local causes when buying selected products from Co-op food stores. The money will be used to help fund The Project’s support groups, which provide an important early intervention service for young people experiencing mental health […]

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