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Mental health services for the young is NHS’s ‘silent catastrophe’ (25/06/2018)
Source: Guardian
Girl, 15, dies and 14-year-old boy is left fighting for his life ‘after taking “dirty pills” (24/06/2018)
Source: Daily Mail
Teenage girl dies after taking ‘unknown substance’ in Devon (24/06/2018)
Source: Independent
‘Disturbing’ increase in pupils upskirting teachers, warns union (24/06/2018)
Source: Independent
Children face mental health epidemic, say teachers (23/06/2018)
Source: Guardian

25/06/2018 : Outward Bound courses for young people aged 16 to 19 yrs
Devon |  Free | Details
29/06/2018 : Mental Health in Schools: Good Practice in Building Resilience
Birmingham |  From £269.00 | Details
29/06/2018 : Child Protection Training – Group 2 – Exeter
The 100 Club, Exeter |  £25 for VOYC members | Details

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NEWSLETTER: Youth and Online Safety

The Nelson Trust
The Nelson Trust was founded in 1985 near Stroud in Gloucestershire by Roy and Mary Brash. The . . . charity began life as a supportive shared residence for people recovering from alcohol addiction, and over a period of a few short years it developed into a residential treatment centre providing a comprehensive programme of care and support for people looking for recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.

Human Utopia
humanutopia create and run inspirational, life-changing courses for young people and adults in . . . schools and their wider communities. Our courses range from one day with one whole year group through to long term partnerships and with a variety of year groups and in different schools across the UK.

Stop Abuse for Everyone
Domestic violence and abuse is a serious problem here in Devon, across the UK and around the world. . . . Victims and their families remain at the heart of everything we do. Our services are centred on their goals, strengths and needs; and we will strengthen our approach to keep victims and their families safe and to live their lives free from future violence.