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The Zone Plymouth

We are a charity which provides free and confidential information and support to young people in Plymouth. 

Contacts details

Address:14-16 Union Street
Derrys Cross
PL1 2SR
Telephone number: 01752 206626
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Our services, available 6 days a week and supported by a dedicated team of volunteers, offer young people emotional support and information around housing, sexual health and mental health and the options available to them. We can also offer information about, and make referrals to, specialist services, both within The Zone and elsewhere.

Our specialist services include our two mental health teams; Icebreak, an early intervention service for young people who are experiencing severe emotional distress and Insight, an early intervention service for those who are experiencing early psychosis.

Our sexual health service provides support with relationships, sexual health and sexuality. Talk with our trained workers in confidence, as well as get free condoms, STI screening and pregnancy testing. Nurses are also available to prescribe contraception, including the pill and the implant.

Our housing support team, ZAP (Zone Accommodation Project), provides support to young people who are homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless by offering early intervention and floating support.

Our Victim Care project provides practical support and counselling to young people who have been the victim of crime.

Services and support available at The Zone 

  • Housing and homelessness
  • Mental health and emotional wellbeing
  • Sexual health and relationships 
  • Support and wellbeing
  • Self help

The Plymouth Alliance

Age range
  • Secondary - 11 to 18 years
  • Preparing for Adulthood

  • Price: Free
    Based: Plymouth

    Monday to Friday between 12pm and 5pm

    Pre-arranged appointments are available between 9am and 5pm.

    Phone lines open between 10am and 5pm.

    We're closed on Bank Holidays.

    You do not need a referral to use this service.
    • 12 to 16 years old
    • 17 to 25 years old
    • Mental health

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