The British Legion provide help for serving members of the Armed Forces, ex-Service men and women (Veterans), their families and dependants all year round.
Free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities.
- Consumer Rights
- Debt & Money
- Work & Employment
Appointments are booked on the day at the Ilfracombe Centre on:
Monday & Tuesday, 10 – 1:30pm
- 01271 855 300 (appointments)03444 111 444 (advice line)
- The Ilfracombe Centre,
44 High Street,
The Targeted Family Support programme works to improve the lives of families in complex situations, where children may be out of education, parents are not in work or if there is crime and antisocial behaviour in the family.
Figuring it out together, Families in Grief support children, young people and their families who have experienced the death of someone close to them.
Northern Devon Face 2 Face is a free and confidential service, provided by trained parent befrienders, who themselves have experience of parenting a disabled child or child with an additional need. Befrienders provide emotional support to other parents at the time of diagnosis or at times of change or difficulty. They also provide information on services and resources that might assist the parents they are befriending.
If you are under 18 and become homeless, you are normally entitled to accommodation from the Social Services department of your local Council. They can also provide financial assistance, help with training, education, and support for personal issues.
A social enterprise working with vulnerable children, their families and communities to support positive change. Offer a flexible and creative family support service across Devon.
The Incredible Years is a 12 week course for parents/ carers of children aged between 2 and 8 years old with challenging behaviour. Because parenting is one of the hardest jobs, and yet it is given the least amount of preparation or training. The Incredible Years was designed by the American clinical psychologist, Dr Carolyn Webster Stratton and aimed at parents with young children who are learning to test the limits of their environment, finding out what will be tolerated and what will not.