Leeds Survivor-Led Crisis Service (LSLCS) is a mental health charity based in Leeds. We provide out-of-hours support to people in acute mental health crisis with the aim of reducing hospital admissions, A&E visits, and use of statutory crisis services. We were founded in 1999 by a group of campaigning mental health service users, who wanted a non-medical, non-diagnostic approach to people in crisis outside of a clinical environment. We work from Dial House – a lovely 18th century house in East Leeds – and we provide compassionate, person centred support. Our survivor-led ethos means that everyone who works and volunteers at LSLCS has had their own experiences of mental health issues.
If you are Deaf or prefer to text for a visit text 07922 249 452. We can also offer BSL support for Deaf people