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Living Options Devon is out and about again!

Published 20th May 2022, in Blog, News, News & Updates

We were super excited to attend the annual Mental Health Awareness Week Fair run by Recovery Devon this month! 

The event was held at Exeter Central Library. on May 10th. The theme of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week was loneliness and how it affects individuals and communities.

Recovery Devon asked us to join them at the Exeter event, and as we haven’t been able to get to events since the start of the lockdowns, we jumped at the chance! Some of the HUB team from Living Options Devon attended in our bright orange gear, so we couldn’t be missed! We answered questions and offered information about our disabled and Deaf services in Devon, it was great to be meeting people again. It was also a great opportunity for us to meet other organisations and partners from around Devon and Exeter. 

We had a great time at the event and look forward to meeting more of you at upcoming events, which we’ll publicise as they happen. We look forward to seeing you soon.

Some of the other organisations that attended were:

Adoddle, the Community Map service where you can find support for a huge range of community services.

It’s All About You Wellbeing – Therapy and wellbeing for LGBTQ+ people in SW England

The Club – Help bring adults with Mental Health difficulties together.

More Positive Me – Empowerment after Domestic Abuse

CoCreates – Supporting people in Exeter through the creation of beautiful things.

Arts Youth and Health Trust – Develop confidence and resilience through safe, inclusive and creative arts therapies.

MoMENtum – Supporting male survivors of childhood sexual abuse. 

Ubuntu Counselling – Offers Multicultural Counselling, support and education.

Parental Minds – Give support to families who are struggling with their mental health when families are living with mental health issues.

rePHRASE  – Offers Relationships and Sex Education 

Devon Carers – Provide unpaid carers with the information and advice.

Wellbeing Exeter – Supporting the 40% of patients who visit their GP with socially based rather than medical problems.