About Live Well Leeds

Live Well Leeds is a mental health support service commissioned for 5 years by Leeds City Council and NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to work with adults aged 18+ (17+ if they are transitioning from children’s mental health services) who have mild to moderate mental health support needs, throughout the Leeds Metropolitan District or registered with a Leeds GP as defined by NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).

Live Well Leeds is formed by 19 organisations that include Touchstone, Community Links, Leeds Mind, Advonet, Basis, GATE, BID, St.Georges Crypt, Carers Leeds, Leeds Irish Health and Homes, Oblong, New Wortley Community Centre, LS14 Trust, Health for All, Hyde Park Source, Shantona, BHA Leeds Skyline and Space2.

Live Well Leeds will deliver a range of services that include one to one support, group support, peer support, befriending and volunteering opportunities. All services will be based around a recovery, maintaining wellbeing and social inclusion.

Live Well Leeds will go live from 1st April 2019 and existing Community Based Mental Health Services run by Touchstone, Community Links and Leeds Mind will become part of Live Well Leeds.

Please note Live Well Leeds is not a crisis service and will signpost individuals if they are in crisis to appropriate crisis services. If a person using the service has a crisis then they will also be referred to a crisis service for support.