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Time To Talk

Our free, confidential listening support and advice helpline, for those with a disability and/or long-term health condition.

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Our free, confidential listening support and advice helpline, for those with a disability and / or long-term health condition(s).

Time to Talk is a telephone and online service, provided by a friendly team who listen and offer peer support, provide information and advice, and signpost or refer to other appropriate services.

Free Telephone, Online Support and Webcam Support Service

Do you ever have feelings of isolation or loneliness? Low mood or anxiety? You might want someone to talk to who can help you find ways to meet new people or help you to maintain or regain your sense of wellbeing and enjoyment of life. Time to Talk’s friendly team is ready to listen to you and help you to find support and services local to you.  You can ring us, or we can ring you, and we can also provide a video chat service (webcam) if you would prefer to talk to us that way.  We provide time-limited support (up to a maximum of 6 hours) but are flexible in how our support is delivered.

You can contact Time to Talk directly or be referred by someone else using our referral form.

Time2Talk Referral form

Contact the support line:

Call: 0300 303 3691 (freephone)
During our opening hours (see below) or leave us a message and we will get back to you.

Opening Hours: 
Tuesday:            10am – 4pm
Wednesday:       10am – 4pm
Thursday:          10am – 4pm


SMS/Text: Living Options Hub on 07856 426 940.

Facebook: Message us

Twitter: Message us

Time to Talk is not an emergency or out-of-hours service.  If you are in crisis, click here for information on who to contact.

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Contact Information 
Freephone: 0300 303 3691
Text / SMS: 07856 426 940 (Living Options Hub)
Facebook:  @timetotalkdevon
Twitter: @timetotalkdevon