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?

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Pam has been working with Step One to build her confidence.

Read Pam's words here
https://www.steponecharity.co.uk/pams-story

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When a face-to-face connection is not possible, online platforms can be a great resource, but what can you do to make sure your online interaction is a positive experience? Curating A Positive Online Space https://www.blurtitout.org/2020/07/02/curating-a-positive-online-space/ via @blurtalerts

Young people reveal the struggles of lockdown - and how they coped https://theconversation.com/young-people-reveal-the-struggles-of-lockdown-and-how-they-coped-149603?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=bylinetwitterbutton via @ConversationUK

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