supporting people to live more independently

Step One supports people to live more independently

We encourage people to take a first step to being in control of their future and fulfilling their potential.

We encourage people to take a first step to being in control of their future and fulfilling their potential

We are Step One. 

We work with a diverse range of people who may have a mental health issue and/or a hidden disability such as an autism spectrum condition.

Our supportive staff work in the community and at our dedicated facilities, including a newly refurbished hospital and supported living residences.

Part of our approach is considering a person’s wider wellbeing which could be affecting their mental health, their ability to work, or to be a part of their community.

 As well as supporting individuals, the ‘BeWell@StepOne’ project aims to support communities and businesses to understand and support their own, and other’s, mental health and wellbeing through online and face-to-face learning opportunities and supportive groups. 

We are a Devon-based charity with over 80 years’ experience in providing specialised support throughout the county. 

Do you, or does someone else, need help now?

Twitter Feed

"My sleep is broken, my dreams tormented. I have an abiding feeling that something terrible is about to happen.”

@davestanpat shares his story of 2020 for #AYearInOurLives:

Our minds may be wandering more during the pandemic — and this can be a good thing via @ConversationEDU

#wakefulness #lockdownbrainfog #Mindfulness #steponecharity #powerofthemind

There are only a few more days to book your place on one of our free online mental health support courses.

Booking for our courses starting next week will be closing shortly. If you've been thinking about booking, now's the time to secure one of the last places. #steponecharity

Blog: "Advancing Mental Health Equalities: no time to wait"

@Andy__Bell__ unpacks NHS England's new strategy, with a reminder that tackling wider determinants will be critical to its overall success: #EqualityInMentalHealth

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