Made for young people

by young people

A place to get help with your mental health and wellbeing.

Mind Your Way has been developed in response to young people in Cornwall telling us they wanted more information about mental health, emotional wellbeing and how to get help.

On this site you will find information about mental health and mental health problems, learn how to look after your mental health and promote wellbeing, find out how to get help and what services are available locally, and hear from other young people sharing their experiences.


In response to national guidance around COVID-19 (Corona Virus) we’ve cancelled all face to face work with children and young people until further notice. We will however be offering a digital option across all of our services.

Follow our Facebook pages to be kept updated or contact 01872 222447.

We appreciate your understanding in this matter and are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

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Need help now?

If you need to speak to someone urgently call your GP or family doctor!


Childline up to 19yrs : 0800 1111
The Samaritans: 116 123
In an emergency go to A&E or call 999

May 24, 2017


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