Getting advice and support

Your Way is the name for a partnership of services across Cornwall for young people aged 11 – 19 years. Through our projects you can access information, advice and guidance, counselling, mentoring, mental health support, youth work and volunteering opportunities.

Create Your Way

As well as delivering youth work sessions and activities, Create Your Way helps communities and volunteers with training, setting up youth groups and getting funding, helping to provide quality youth work to meet your needs, in the areas where you live.

To find out what’s available or if you want to set up your own project please contact –

Find Your Way

The Find Your Way team can provide you with a range of information, advice and guidance.

We offer you help and support with a variety of issues including health, wellbeing, benefits entitlement, your rights, money management, housing advice and accessing other services.

For information and guidance or to make an appointment with the team call 01872 613001 or email

You can also find information and advice online via the magazine pages on 

Mind Your Way

A mental health problem can feel as bad as (or worse than) any physical illness – just because you can’t see it doesn’t mean you should ignore it. Mind Your Way helps you to look after your mental health and wellbeing and provides a safe and confidential space to talk. The Mind Your Way team provide counselling and mentoring  – both online and face to face, as well as small groups around the county.
To access online counselling, mentoring and forums sign up to Kooth here.


Your Way is now delivering the community strand of the HeadStart programme, focusing on preventing the onset of mental ill health. Our Youth and Community Facilitators will help you develop tools to look after your emotional health and wellbeing. As well as support your Community groups, parents and carers seeking advice.

Contct us here:


Find Early Help for Mental Health

Find Specialist Help for Mental Health 

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