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Posted by familylaw on 19th December 2011

Within this section we aim to provide links to local support services and organisations relevant to separated dads and lone fathers in Devon and Cornwall including links to forums, advice guides and networking groups.

Family Support Services in Devon and Cornwall

  • The Peninsula Family Justice Council have a website containing an A-Z database of Family Support Services in Devon and Cornwall. The website contains extensive information, advice and contacts to help local families access local support services to help them find organisations and support groups in Devon and Cornwall who can help them deal with a relationship breakdown and its consequences.

Family Mediators, Psychologists and Counsellors

  • Devon Family Solutions Ltd (DFSL) – based in Exeter, DFSL provides a range of services developed to assist those experiencing family change. Family Mediators, Psychologists and Counsellors offer support to anyone involved in family legal proceedings in the South West.

Fathers Groups (Devon)

  • Dangerous Dads (Totnes) meet once a month on a Saturday afternoon. Dangerous Dads is not a club and it does not have membership – all dads, grandads and male carers are welcome to come along to any of the activities. You can bring a maximum of two children (one child must be 5 or under). Almost all the activities happen locally and transport is organised if they go out of Totnes. Dangerous Dads is funded through the Totnes Children’s Centre. All events are FREE. Contact Ian: 01803 840990 or email [email protected]
  • OnlyDads – set up by Bog Greig, a single father from Devon, OnlyDads is a website where lone fathers can talk to each other, help each other and support each other.

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