West Tamar Youth Outreach Service

West Tamar Youth Outreach Service

Who?

The West Tamar Youth Outreach Service provides a clinical, holistic, therapeutic outreach service for young people aged 12-25, and their families living north from Legana, Exeter, Beaconsfield and surrounding areas. The program is a voluntary service accessible to young people who are experiencing a range of concerns including; depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship and family issues, sexuality and body image

Eligibility

  • Aged 12-25 years
  • Located north from Legana, Exeter, Beaconsfield and surrounding areas
  • Require therapeutic support to assist with a range of mild to moderate mental health concerns
  • Require coordination of care to enhance social and emotional health and wellbeing
  • Are willing to engage in therapeutic work

Where?

The program provides an outreach appointment based service in Beaconsfield and Exeter; extended areas can be negotiated upon referral. Appointments can range from face to face, office based or via teleconference. Clinicians can work with young people for a period of 6-12 months, depending on level of need.

How?

West Tamar Clinicians provide comprehensive clinical assessments and interventions focused on 1:1 psychological therapy, family work and case management to assist young people to improve their psychological wellbeing and psychosocial functioning.  

Referral

Self-referrals are welcome. GPs, schools, parents and family, and other services can also make referrals. 

If you have any questions, or would like more information about the West Tamar Youth Outreach Service, please get in touch.

The West Tamar Youth Outreach Service is funded by the Irene Phelps Charitable Trust.