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Exeter - Devon

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Lead partner

Devon County Council Public Health
County Hall
Topsham Road
Exeter
EX2 4QD

Other partners

Local Network Team Support
59 Carter Lane
London
EC4V 5AQ

Devon and Cornwall Probation Trust
3-5 Barnfield Road
Exeter
EX1 1RD

Devon Drug and Alcohol Action Team
Public HEalth
County Hall
Topsham Road
EXETER
EX2 4QD

POW - Positive Opportunities for Wellbeing
63-64 Magdalen Street
Exeter
EX2 4HY

Exeter Shilhay Community Ltd
1st Floor, South Block, Broadwalk House, Southernhay West, Exeter
EX1 1TS

Homemaker Southwest
17 Heavitree Road
Exeter
EX1 2LD

Westward Housing
Templar House, Collett Way,
Newton Abbot
TQ12 4PH

Ripple Effect
Riverside Court
Castle Street
Barnstaple
EX31 1AU

Addaction
Offices 1&2
Colebrooke court
Colebrooke lane
Cullompton
Devon

Cullompton
EX15 1PD

EDP Drug & Alcohol Services
Suite 2.11 Renslade House
EX4 3AY

Clock Tower GP Surgery
Clock Tower GP Surgery
9 New North Road
Exeter
EX4 4HF

PCG Advisory Services
7 Stratford Place
London
W1C 1AY

Mind Exeter & East Devon
2nd Floor West, Suite 2.8,
Renslade House, Bonhay Road,
Exeter
EX4 3AY

RISE
uplands,
81 heavier road
exeter
EX1 2LX



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In Devon, the MEAM approach is being championed by a number of agencies across Exeter, East Devon, Mid Devon and Teignbridge. They have come together to form an Executive Steering Group with the support of Clinks and under the joint chairmanship of Devon reForm and Public Health (Devon County Council). Devon MEAM is in essence about a group of people trying to find a common voice and a common path to help a group of people to experience better lives. Devon MEAM will work across a number of themes:

1) Service Development – including co-ordination, flexibility, access.

2) Workforce Development – including 1:1 individual support, support and training for lead workers, consistency of practice.

3) Strategic Co-ordination – including partnership, audit, economic, measurement and sustainability.

Our approach will incorporate existing partnership and initiatives and will involve lead workers from a range of agencies, each supporting individuals using an appreciative inquiry approach (www.appreciative-inquiry.co.uk) and working together to co-ordinate and address barriers. Peer support will also be provided by ex-service user volunteers.

Devon County Council Public Health, Lead partner, Exeter.

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