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Raising awareness of men's mental health

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Mental health, News on 22nd February, 2019

Raising awareness of men's mental health

Last week Dr Peter Aitken joined The Lions Barber Collective to speak with the Duke of Cambridge in London to raise awareness of men's mental health. The Lions Barber Collective is an international collection of top barbers who have come together to help raise awareness for the prevention of suicide and...

Student mental health service launches on Time To Talk Day

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Mental health, News on 7th February, 2019

Student mental health service launches on Time To Talk Day

Today is Time to Talk Day – a day when everyone is encouraged to have a conversation about mental health. To coincide with this national awareness day, our new mental health service at the University of Exeter is celebrating it's launch. The University Community Mental Health Team (UCMHT) will focus on students...

Giving back to the Trust that saved my life

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in #ProudofDPT, Charity, Mental health, News on 5th February, 2019

Giving back to the Trust that saved my life

Following a suicide attempt in July 2018 Daisy was initially admitted to The Cedars in Exeter and then moved to the Moorland View ward at North Devon District Hospital. Daisy said: “Whilst in hospital, I received incredible care in a nurturing and supportive environment where I was able to make the...

Last week for applications for Recovery Devon Development Fund

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Mental health, Recovery and wellbeing on 5th February, 2019

Last week for applications for Recovery Devon Development Fund

Recovery Devon is once again awarding up to £750 for recovery-focused projects across Devon and welcome applications from people with lived experience of mental health challenges, groups and organisations. The fund is now in its fourth year having supported over 25 projects, several of which have gone on to national acclaim. Whatever...

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