Online resource providing advice and support for people living in Cornwall.
Relate Cornwall are the leading relationship counsellors in Cornwall.
Learning centre with free computer access, a clothing bank and space for community groups. Also providing adult’s, children’s and baby’s clothing, shoes bedding, towels and toiletries free to those whom need them.
Offering affordable, hot nutritious meals. Also offer support including Benefit and form filling, housing support, debt advice, an art group and a computer club.
Pentreath provides for people living with mental health and emotional difficulties
Valued Lives are an innovative mental health charity based in Cornwall. They offer community based care and support, therapeutic activities, enablement programmes, and general advocacy services.
Situated in the centre of Truro, Spectrum's Pearl Centre is a place for people with autism and their families to get information and advice on autistic spectrum disorders (ASDs) and associated conditions.
Local charity for teenagers and their families who are suffering from mental health conditions.
Cornwall wide charity that works with single homeless people providing outreach, resettlement, supported accommodation and substance misuse counselling services designed to support individuals to move away from homelessness and into settled accommodation.
CHAOS (Community Helping All of Society) work with vulnerable and disadvantaged people, engaging them in meaningful activities and delivering employability opportunities to support them in accessing work in their community.
Active Plus use the skills, experience and expertise of injured military veterans to deliver unique programmes that build confidence, communication, motivation and self-belief; unlocking and nurturing the potential of participants regardless of their background and circumstance.
Advice and Advocacy services
Citizens Advice Cornwall offer free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to individuals on their rights and responsibilities.
The Money Advice Service provide free and impartial money advice.
C-App provide help and guidance with applying for Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) and Personal Independence Payments (PIP).
seAp is an independent charity that provides free independent and confidential advocacy services. They provide independent advocacy services to help resolve issues or concerns you may have about your health and wellbeing or your health and social care services.
The Welfare Rights Team have knowledge of and experience dealing with welfare benefit law and regulation. They provide support and advice to people to deal with all aspects of the welfare benefit system. The majority of their work involves acting as representatives at Welfare Benefit Appeal Tribunals (help people to understand the legal principles of their case; gather evidence and prepare written submissions for the tribunal panel). The rest of the team's work centres on providing accurate advice and information to people so they understand what benefits they are entitled to claim. It often involves carrying out benefit checks to ensure people are receiving their full entitlement and if they are not, providing information and advice about what benefits they could claim.