IN 2020, 2000 PEOPLE

...have been supported by Pentreath towards their vocational goals.

IN 2020, 166 PEOPLE

...have built their confidence and found employment and been successful in getting a job with Pentreath's help.

IN 2020, 286 PEOPLE

...have found the confidence and believed in themselves and started or returned to education and training.


...would recommend Pentreath to their family and friends.

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Promoting good mental health through personal development, education and employment

Pentreath is an award winning charity, based in Cornwall and founded in 1990.  We support recovery from mental ill health and develop opportunities for people to meet their potential for happy and productive lives.

We offer outreach, one to one coaching and support to help you achieve your goals, whatever they may be.  We have excellent connections to communities and other organisations across the county.

We are proud that many of the people delivering support have their own experience of recovery.

Our Projects...

We have a broad range of projects that focus on vocational support, providing opportunities for success and recovery. We understand that contributing to our communities, learning and working are all good for recovery and maintaining positive mental health. We have a friendly team of advisors who will work 1 to 1 with you to achieve this. We will not put pressure on you and will work and guide you at your own pace.

In 2020

2000 people were supported towards their vocational goals


would recommend Pentreath to their family or friends

Our Impact

Not only is our impact felt directly by those working with us, but it is also felt throughout the wider Cornish economy and health services. Please click on the link below to see a breakdown of our impact.

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Thank you for visiting

If you feel that you need to talk to someone urgently then please call the 24/7 Cornwall mental health helpline on 0800 0385 300.  You can call for free, any time of day or night, if you are worried about your own or someone else’s mental health.  The team behind the 24/7 telephone service will listen to you and determine how best to help. Alternatively, please call the Samaritans on 116 123.

Thank you.