Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service launching in November

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Mental health services are improving across Leeds and from Friday 1 November 2019 Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) Service will be known as: Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service.

The new service brings together NHS partners and third sector organisations to make sure the people of Leeds can get the right support, at the right time and in the right place.

The new expanded offer will include a range of online therapies, self-help resources and online self-referral tools, meaning support can be accessed at any time, day and night.

The launch in November will be a ‘soft launch’, allowing time to develop the full service offer ready for the public launch in April 2020.

There is a flyer you can download with more information.

Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service is a partnership between:
Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust, Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Leeds GP Confederation, Northpoint Wellbeing, Community Links, Touchstone, Women’s Counselling and Therapy Service, Homestart Leeds, Ieso Digital Health, SilverCloud Health, SignHealth

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2019-11-11T09:07:31+00:00 25th October 2019|0 Comments

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