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    Friday Hub at The Ockment Centre

    Come to the Friday Hub Drop in From 10.00am-1.00pm Looking for work?  Need Housing advice? Want to find out about your rights?  Got problems with debt or finances? You or your family struggling with addiction or want to talk to someone about a mental health issue? Do you want…
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    The Okement CentreNorth StreetOkehamptonDevonEX20 1AR

    The Freedom Centre, Barnstaple

    Freedom Community Alliance (known as Freedom) runs the Freedom Drop-in Centre in Barnstaple, North Devon. We support people who live in the local area and who may be suffering from poverty, poor mental health, substance mis-use, those who may be homeless or vulnerably housed, have…
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    Freedom Centre1 Howard AvenueBarnstapleDevonEX32 8QA

    Intagr8 well being centre

    North Devon and Torridge well being hub. Providing counselling and therapy, including for drug/alcohol related problems, relationship and family support, advocacy services, youth work, groups, mental health support and recovery learning and much more. Talk to us to see how we can help you. 
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    Old School RoomsBridge StreetBidefordDevonEX39 2BU

    Honiton Community Action Trust - The Community Church (HCAT)

    Part of The Community Church, Honiton, the team consists mainly of volunteers. We provide mentoring and support for those suffering from Alcohol or Drug Addiction, single parents and those going through the Criminal Justice system. We have a Debt Advice service and support for those…
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    The Kings BuildingLees BuildingHigh StreetHonitonDevonEX14 1DH

    Sex Addiction Recovery - Sexaholics Anonymous

    Sexaholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop lusting and become sexually…
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    Help for Heroes - Hidden Wounds

    A mental health and wellbeing service from Help for Heroes. This service can help you find ways to deal with frustration and start enjoying your everyday life again. Our psychological wellbeing service can help Veterans and Armed Forces families living with anxiety, depression, stress, anger…
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    Turning Point

    Turning Point is a social enterprise, focused on improving lives and communities. Any surplus profit is used to provide the best services in the right locations for those that need most, across mental health, learning disability, substance misuse and employment. We've been working hard to…
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    Turning Point, 21Mansell StreetLondonE1 8AA

    Drink Wise Age Well, Devon

    Drink Wise Age Well is an over 50’s service working across Devon. We support people to make healthier choices about their drinking and reduce social isolation within our communities. What can Drink Wise Age Well help with? One to one alcohol support Support for family,…
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    3, King William StreetExeterDevonEX4 6PD

    Famanon

    Families Anonymous is a world-wide fellowship of family members and friends affected by another’s abuse of mind-altering substances or related behavioural problems. FA has groups, spread throughout the country, which meet regularly. Any concerned person is encouraged to attend the meetings, even if there is only a suspicion…
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    Doddington and Rollo Community AssociationCharlotte Despard AvenueBatterseaLondonSW11 5HD

    Famanon - Barnstaple meeting

    Families Anonymous Meetings are for Families and Friends of those with a drug or related behavioural problem. To make contact with a local FA member before going to a meeting, please call the office or the helpline.
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    Barnstaple LibraryTuly StBarnstapleDevonEX31 1EL
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