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Your Way is a partnership between five 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. Young people are encouraged and supported to be involved in all aspects of the service design, delivery and evaluation.
Through our strands; Create, Find, Mind and HeadStart, you can access a variety of services in your community and online. Your Way provides information, advice & guidance, counselling, mentoring and youth work, as well as opportunities to volunteer on projects to make a difference.
Need a safe and confidential place to talk about your mental health and wellbeing?
Mind Your Way will help you to look after your mental health and wellbeing through counselling and mentoring, both online and face to face. We also run small activity based groups around the county.
Do you need information, advice or guidance?
Find Your Way will support you on a variety of issues including health, wellbeing, benefits, housing, money management and we will help you access other services to meet your needs.
Got an idea for a project within your community but don’t know where to start?
Create Your Way will support you and your community in setting up and running your own activities and sessions. We can also provide training to those involved and help to secure funding.
A partnership programme focused on preventing the onset of mental ill health.
Our Youth and Community Facilitators will help you develop tools to look after your emotional health and wellbeing. As well as supporting your Community groups, parents and carers seeking advice.
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.