Your Way is a partnership between several youth and mental health services in Cornwall. Passionate about all aspects of our work, we provide quality youth services in Cornwall for and with young people aged 10 and over.
Through our services you can access a variety of support within your community and online. This includes support for your mental health and emotional well-being, supporting you back into education, employment or training, as well as opportunities to volunteer across our projects. We’ll also encourage and support you to get involved in our service design, delivery and evaluation in order for us to continually make improvements to the service.
”"I’ve been more happy and I’ve got someone to talk to once a week about what’s been going on and how things are changing. I’ve got someone that listens to me and understands what’s happening and it feels nice that someone actually understands me for once. HeadStart sessions have helped me to find things that make me feel happy, to make friends and to feel less anxious around people."Tom, 13
Need a safe and confidential place to talk about your mental health and wellbeing?
Mind Your Way will help you (11-25 year olds) to look after your mental health.
HeadStart focuses on the prevention of mental ill health and will help you (10-16 year olds) develop tools to look after your emotional health and wellbeing. As well as supporting your community groups, parents and carers seeking advice.
Need help around work, education or training?
We will provide you with the relevant information, careers advice and links to help you towards your desired employment, education or training. This includes helping you to access work experience and support in figuring out what direction you’d like to go in. We can even help you create your CV, fill out applications and help you prepare for interviews.
Need help coping with Coronavirus?
We understand that the last year has been difficult, so we have gathered some information that you might find helpful within a specific section on our website. It contains ideas around how you can support yourself and your friends, as well as keeping you up to date with the current official guidelines.
Need help now?
We are not an emergency or crisis service. If you need to speak to someone urgently call your GP or family doctor!
Childline up to 19yrs : 0800 1111
The Samaritans: 116 123
In an emergency go to A&E or call 999
You can also find support online via www.kooth.com
If you are concerned about the safety of a child or young person please contact the Multi-Agency Referral Unit (MARU) on 0300 123 1116 (01208 251300 out of hours), or the Police.