As part of our ongoing work, we are currently conducting a family consultation to gather feedback and insight about the work of Jeremiah’s Journey and how we support you and your community. The consultation includes a short survey for families, young people, carers and children.
The survey will only take 3-5 minutes to complete and we will use the information gathered to help shape our future services and apply for additional funding. Gathering this information is so very important to enable us to work with you and the community to provide what you need when you make contact with Jeremiah’s Journey.
Please click here to access the survey.
Calling All Service Users
Our services have been adapted to ensure that we can still support our local community throughout this difficult time, whilst ensuring the safety of you all and our teams. For more information, please click here.
Our First Steps Advice Line, is open every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday between 10am and 12pm. To access, please call 01752 42348, leave a message with your name and number and a member of the team will get back to you as soon as possible.
We have a record number of runners signed up for this year's Britain's Ocean City Running Festival! Can you help to make #TeamJeremiah even bigger by signing up to run too?
Run for Jeremiah's this September!
Join local like-minded businesses
and individuals in our popular charity
support network! For more information, to see our exciting list of members and to join today, please click here.
Follow The Bear
We host a variety of events throughout the year, including some virtual and would love your support. Or why not host your own fundraiser? We'll support you where we can.
Since 1996, we have been providing support to children, young people and their parents/carers when the future feels uncertain or when hope feels lost. Our work covers Plymouth and the surrounding areas.
Supporting children who are facing the death of a parent or have experienced the death of someone significant, can be hugely beneficial. Children who feel more able to cope with their grief, often report that they have improved concentration at school and less difficulties in expressing and dealing with their emotions.