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5-Mar-14 09:15 AM
Tobit scoops two Shining Star Awards, including Star of the Year award

Tobit Emmens, Managing Partner, Research and Innovation in the Trust scooped two awards last night...

4-Mar-14 17:35 PM
£400k boost from national technology fund

Devon Partnership NHS Trust is one of 75 organisations across the country to have benefited from...

24-Feb-14 13:27 PM
Major conference on mental health in the workplace to mark 10th anniversary of MINDFUL EMPLOYER

Polar explorer and motivational speaker, Pen Hadow is to be a keynote speaker at a major conference...

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Devon Recovery Learning Community

Devon Recovery Learning Community prospectus

The new Devon Recovery Learning Community prospectus, providing information on courses from May to July 2014, has now been published in partnership with a number of local mental health and learning organisations. The courses are open to people with lived mental health experience, their family and friends and the professionals who support them
Click here to view the prospectus
Click here for the booking form

Tea & Talk is back!

The popular Tea & Talk sessions have now been relaunched in a joint project between the Trust and Recovery Devon to help tackle the stigma and discrimination around mental health. The one-hour sessions will be open to everyone who wants to find out more about mental health.

Please click here for the flyer with the 2014 dates. To book your place, please contact Llinos Davies, Tea & Talk Devon Co-ordinator, on 07581 362412 or by email teaandtalkdevon(*at*)  

Personal stories of recovery

We believe that sharing people’s stories is a powerful way to give hope and inspiration to others who may be experiencing similar challenges. We are extremely grateful to those who have shared their stories. We know they can bring back experiences from the past that can be painful, but are an important part in that person's story to show their recovery journey. We thank you and appreciate you giving consent to publishing your personal experiences.

Click here to read some truly inspirational stories from people who use our services.

Staff photograph competition

The winner of February's competiton was Christine Thomas who works with the Additional Support Team South. She took this stunning photo while on holiday in Wales. Previous winners can be found here