"Trust, by coming here I’ve learnt to trust. You in turn help me to trust others outside dial house for support when I need it,"
Leeds Survivor-led Crisis Services Online Support System

Publications

  • In 2012 Leeds Survivor Led Crisis Service commissioned this report looking at the experiences of people who frequently present to its Dial House service and A&E for self harm. This important, eloquent and moving qualitative report was written by Judy Beckett on behalf of LSLCS: Self Harm Evaluation Project 2012.
  • In 2011-2012 we undertook a Social Return on Investment (SROI) analysis. The results are here: LSLCS- a Social Return on Investment Analysis

We have written chapters published in books on mental health practice and philosophy.

  • Noad, M. and Butlin, H. 2013. Embracing the self, holding the hurt: Self-harm in a survivor led service. In: Baker, C., Shaw. C. and Filey, F. Eds. Our Encounters with Self-Harm. Monnmouth, PCCS Books Link to publisher’s website
  • Venner, F. and Noad, M. 2013. Beacon of Hope. In: Coles, S., Keenan, S., Diamond, B. Eds. Madness Contested; Power and Practice. Monmouth: PCCS Books Link to publisher’s website

We have had several newspaper and journal articles written about us over the years.