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Services available to you in Leeds

Live Well Leeds 

Live Well Leeds is an exciting new mental health service in Leeds to support adults with mild to moderate mental health needs, it has been commissioned by Leeds City Council and Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).

Access Live Well Leeds to see how they can help you. 

Self Referral - YES               Drop-in Sessions - YES

Leeds IAPT - making time for your mental health

Leeds IAPT is another service provider who can offer assistance with depression, anxiety or any kind of emotional stress they provide psychological treatments, sometimes called talking treatments, to help people who are stressed, experiencing low mood (depressed) or are very nervous (anxious).

Access the Leeds IAPT Site for more information on the services they offer.

Self Referral - YES               Drop-in Sessions - NO

Mindwell Leeds

MindWell is the mental health website for people in Leeds.

If you are:

  • feeling anxious or stressed
  • feeling low or experiencing depression
  • experiencing bereavement or loss
  • having panic attacks
  • finding it hard to sleep
  • pregnant or a new parent

Take a look at the Mindwell Site they can offer advice and support for you or someone else you are worried about.

Self Referral - YES             Drop-in Sessions - NO

The Market Place Leeds

Information support and counselling for young people aged 11-25 the Market Place offers information and support on any issue affecting young people there are a range of services including one to one support, counselling, group-work and our drop-in. 

Take a look at the Market Place to see the services available for you.

Self Referral - YES (done at the Drop-in Session)         Drop-in Sessions - YES

Leeds and York Partnership

Providing mental health and disability services accross Leeds and York. Whether you experience a sudden deterioration of an existing mental health problem or are experiencing problems for the first time, the most important thing is to reach out for help.

The Leeds and York Parnership are there to provide help and support, please get in touch with them if you need help.

New from the Leeds and York Partnership mental health drop in sessions see poster below for details.

Mental Health

Self Referral - YES             Drop-in Sessions - NO

Child Bereavement UK - Support in Leeds

Child Bereavement UK support families both when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying, and when a child is facing bereavement.

Support now available in Leeds take a look at the services they offer by visiting the website.



Overcoming Worry, Loss and Sadness - supports children aged 4-11 and their families living in Leeds.

OWLS can help in a number of ways, including offering practical and emotional support, direct 1-2-1 therapy, schools workshops and peer activity days where affected children and their families can get together to share experiences and support each other.

Leeds Suicide Bereavement Service

Providing compassionate support for people who are bereaved.  Has someone you cared about ended their own life?  You are not alone.  Leeds City council has provided funding for a suicide bereavement service.  The service is run by Leeds Mind and Leeds Survivor Led Crisis Service.  You can access support as an individual, family or workplace.  They can offer help whether you were affected by a suicide that was a few days, weeks or decades ago.  They offer support whoever you have lost - this may be a parent, child, partner, sibling, other relative, friend or a work colleague.

To find out more please view their support pages, you can also refer yourself or someone else to this service via the website.

Self Referral - YES               Drop-in Sessions - NO

Well-Bean Hope in a Crisis Café

The café is a safe space open to all experiencing crisis. They offer a non clinical alternative to A&E, to reduce distress and work with people to resolve or better manage crisis.

They offer one-to-one support and also a social space, where refreshments and hot food will be available.  Visit their website for more details.

Self Referral - YES               Drop-in Sessions - YES

Carers Leeds

The home of support for all unpaid carers in Leeds.  If you are helping a friend or family member due to their illness, disability, mental health issue or substance misuse problem, Carers Leeds are there to support you take a look at the services they offer.

To ensure that we know that you are a Carer please call into surgery and complete the Yellow Card Referral form available from Reception.


Forward Leeds

Forward Leeds is the alcohol and drug service in Leeds for adults, young people and families.

Forward Leeds support people to achieve and sustain recovery from alcohol and drug misuse through a range of treatments. As Forward Leeds is a single organisation offering a complete choice of services they are able to provide help to anyone no matter how simple or complex their needs. 

If your looking for help for you or someone else visit Forward Leeds to see the services and support they provide.

Self Referral - YES               Drop-in Sessions - YES

Leeds Sexual Health

A service that offers Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) screening and treatment, HIV testing and contraception services plus many more.
New from Leeds Sexual Health a Trans and Non Binary Sexual Health Clinic, see poster for more details.
Take a look at Leeds Sexual Health site to see the services they can offer. 
Walk-in and Wait Services available                 Live Chat Monday - Friday 9am -11am

One You Leeds

Provides an integrated and easy-to-access option for residents to address a range of lifestyle issues listed below:

  • Manage your weight
  • Eat Well
  • Be smoke free
  • Move More

Access the One You Leeds site to start your journey now.

Self Referral - YES               Drop-in Sessions - NO

Active Leeds

Active Leeds Health Programmes can support people to become more active or manage their health conditions. The Active Leeds website has a range of different opportunities available.

You can complete a Self-Referral which is suitable for people that have controlled health conditions that can be managed through being more active. The types of conditions include;

  • Controlled coronary heart disease 
  • Peripheral vascular disease 
  • Type 1 and type 2 diabetes 
  • Cancer 
  • Mobility concerns and has a fear of falling 
  • Mild COPD / asthma 
  • Musculoskeletal issues 
  • High blood pressure 
  • For people who want to manage their weight 
  • Mild mental health problems such as depression / anxiety

Self Referral - YES

Get Set Leeds

Leeds Let’s Get Active offers a range of community-based activities for people who need a bit of extra encouragement to get active, being active is good for individual health, good for communities and good for the city as a whole. 

Low cost or free activities are available throughout the city, including walking groups, ParkRun, and trim trails in parks.  If disability or long-term conditions make it difficult to move more, Active Leeds offers disability sports opportunities and information on adapted equipment and accessible facilities. Check out physical activity health programmes for people with cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and musculoskeletal problems, or tailored activities for people with mental health difficulties. For information on women-only activity sessions, try Leeds Girls Can.

See website for sessions available

Leeds Directory

Helping to support you to live well by connecting you to checked and vetted local services and tradespeople as well as local activities and events.  Take a look here for more details.

LinkingLeeds Linking Leeds - The Integrated Social Prescribing Service in Leeds

Linking Leeds aims to connect you to relevant services in your area which will benefit your overall health and wellbeing.


Their friendly Wellbeing Co-ordinators will work closely with you to understand your needs and will then help you to access relevant services and groups in your community.

How to access the service?

You can contact them directly on 0113 3367612 by email at  Your GP can also refer you to one of our Wellbeing Co-Ordinators.

Linking Leeds

Self Referral - YES               Drop-in Sessions - NO

Northern Gambling Service

Providing specialist addiction therapy and recover to people affected by gambling addiction, as well as thowe with mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, trauma, and suicidal feelings.  Northern Gambling Service also provide intervention to people close to those with gambling addiction, such as family, partners and carers.

Self Referral - YES               Drop-in Sessions - NO

Leeds Rhinos Foundation, Free Try Club, a Weight Management Programme for men only, see poster for more details.

Try Club



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