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Living Options Supports Households In Need

Those with disabilities are being disproportionately affected by the rise in the cost of living. Scope (2022) have found that […]

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I Love My Garden Photo Competition: Help Living Options and Win a Hamper!

Enter the I Love My Garden photo competition and win a local produce hamper! Sponsors HCT Turf will donate £1 for every entry to Living Options Devon.

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Living Options at the Mental Health Awareness Week Fair 2022

The annual Mental Health Awareness Week Fair run by Recovery Devon is happening next week on Tuesday the 10th of May at […]

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What is Counselling?

What is counselling? When should someone seek counselling and how can it help? Find the answers to these questions and many more in this thirty minute interview.

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HOPE Programme Facilitator

Help Overcoming Problems Effectively (HOPE) a free 6 weekly session course to help you cope better emotionally, psychologically and practically with your long term health condition.

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What’s yellow in your garden?

Whatever it is in your garden, we'd love to see it. Please post a picture on your Facebook or Instagram account using the hashtag #ILoveMyGarden and if you can tag in HCT Turf.

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Carers Week 7-13 June 2021

From the 7th to 13th June Devon Carers will be marking Carers Week with a program of events. These activities […]

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Mental Health Awareness Week

Did you know that this week is mental health awareness week? The focus this year is ‘nature’ and the importance […]

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Walk, Roll or Run do it your way

We know how important keeping active has been to you during the pandemic. Being active is so important in helping […]

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How’s your wellbeing?

Do you know what your wellbeing is and how to maintain it? Discover the five ways to wellbeing and how we can help.

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