Deaf Mental Health and Crisis Support in Leeds

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Leeds Survivor Led Crisis Service at Dial House in Leeds offers support for Deaf People who are experiencing mental Health issues.

What type of support do they offer?

Deaf connect helpline service – Monday night 7pm – 11pm: Facetime BSL trained staff for a chat. If you are feeling low, emotional, lonely, or you need someone to speak to, then LSLCS are here for you. This service is to help prevent a crisis or your mental health becoming worse.

Crisis Support – Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Wednesday: Dial House is open – if you are in Crisis please contact them at 6pm over text and they will try to arrange an interpreter for you.

Tuesday Deaf group, 12-3pm: A social group and a safe space to come every week. Sometimes the group take trips out and other times they stay at Dial House and do activities.

Online Connect helpline – 6pm – 2pm everynight of the week you can have an online chat support session.

How to contact Leeds Survivor Led Crisis Service:

https://www.lslcs.org.uk

Contact LSLCS using Glide, Skype, Facetime, Facebook messenger or 1-to-1 at Dial House.

Monday night contact number: 07500 870 987

Tuesday – Sunday contact number: 07922 249 452

Glide/Text: 07500 870 987 or Skype/FaceTime: survivor.led@lslcs.org.uk

They are based at  Dial House, 12 Chapel Street, Halton, Leeds, LS15 7RW.

 

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