Specialist support is available for friends of Jordan Cobb
SPECIALIST support has been offered to young people who may have been deeply affected by the disappearance of Jordan Cobb.
As the multi-agency search continued yesterday, staff at substance abuse charity Hamoaze House put their own facilities forward to assist youngsters, and their parents, who have been left traumatised by events.
Mark Bignell, chief executive of Hamoaze House said the charity had "experts in supporting young people" and they were happy to offer their services.
He said: "There are children from Stoke Damerel Community College and other schools who are affected and as we are still in the school holidays, we have made our services available.
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"We were open from 9am to 7pm yesterday and will be open again today and Saturday to offer support to those affected.
"All of our thoughts are with Jordan's family."
Additional help has come from Plymouth City Council who are ensuring youngsters and adults alike have access to advice.
Judith Harwood, assistant director for education, learning and family support at Plymouth City Council, said: "We are working with schools and families to ensure that any individual or group requiring support can access advice and guidance."