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Rethink Mental Illness Plymouth Community Services

Here at Plymouth Community Services, we offer one to one, goal orientated, practical support in the Plymouth area. Our service is short-term support tailored to the individual on a one to one basis, which could be either weekly, fortnightly or monthly. 

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Address:Kinterbury House
Kinterbury Street
PL1 2DG
Telephone number: 01752 251072
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Rethink Mental Illness is a charity that believes a better life is possible for millions of people affected by mental illness.

At Plymouth community services we understand that recovery from mental illness can be a difficult and lonely journey at times but we aim to help those in and around the community to recover and become their more independent selves.

Our friendly and expert staff are here to travel with you, support you every step of the way to achieve your goals, learn new skills and also help you contact other agencies for services that we may not offer. We strive to promote and ensure social inclusion and we help people who use our service to play as full a part in the community as possible, as well as help individuals feel included. This may be by supporting those in self-development, professional development and employment. We feel strongly that, as far as possible, one to one support is personalised to each individual so that those in the service have more choice and control over their lives.

Here at Plymouth Community Services, we offer one to one, goal orientated, practical support in the Plymouth area. Our service is short-term support tailored to the individual on a one to one basis, which could be either weekly, fortnightly or monthly.

We can offer support around:

  • Housing
  • Attending appointments/official meetings
  • Benefits
  • Applying and attending various courses
  • Finding voluntary work
  • Joining new social groups
  • Social activities in and around the community
  • Support with finances
  • Discovering new hobbies
  • Making contact with various other services that may be relevant for your support.
  • Referring and signposting to specialised services if needed

We also have various groups that staff facilitate, which individuals can attend once referred to and assessed by one of the team:

  • Weekly social group for current and ex-client users to catch up and chat about various things
  • Fortnightly pool group
  • Monthly ladies group
  • Monthly Self-help group, run by a volunteer with peer to peer support
  • Monthly newsletter to client users (ex and current) so to keep up to date with all the latest things about what is happening in  Plymouth. 

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Based: Plymouth

Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm . 

There is no lift access, 1st floor via two flights of stairs 

Can self-refer or be referred in by another organisation / professional. Please ensure all referrals are signed by person referring in before giving into our office.
  • 17 to 25 years old
  • 26 to 64 years old
  • 65+
  • Mental health

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