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Looking after someone

If you look after a family member, including a child with additional needs, a parent or a sibling, or you look after a friend on a regular basis you are classed as a carer or a young carer.

You can also find information and advice for carers and young carers, and the range of services that will give you support or a break from caring.

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YES (Youth Enquiry Service) Exeter

Get local help with housing, skills, advice and support Young Devon has been helping young people across the county since 1949. So if you are looking for confidential advice about housing, counselling, relationships, your health, getting into work or training, or just want to talk…
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39 George StreetExeterDEVONEX1 1DA

YES (Youth Enquiry Service) Newton Abbot

Young Devon runs YES (Youth Enquiry Service) centres across Devon, which offer young people free and confidential advice and support about the following: work and study health and wellbeing leaving care support housing and welfare rights sex and relationships alcohol and drugs travel and much…
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11, Queen StreetNewton AbbotDEVONTQ12 2AQ
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