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FReSH Start Study

FReSH Start aim to rethink support for self-harm and they need to hear from others. See the below post for applicants to a confidential survey to help them in their valuable work.     Do you have personal experience of self-harm? We are looking for people who can help us understand why people self-harm. We... Read More

Katie’s Legacy

Dave Lynch talks about an important person in his life, her activism and what she’s left behind.   As I type this, it’s been just over a month since I started my blog up again, following over a year of inactivity. The response has been really positive, which is very uplifting considering the fact that... Read More

Mental Health Peer Support is Vital.

Dave Lynch talks about his experiences with peer support after a bereavement and the valuable service it provides.   Content warning: suicide, depression   Various mental health groups have been promoting ‘Time To Talk’ day today, a great incentive for people to start discussions on anything mental health related. This feels like a good opportunity... Read More

LSLCS Christmas and New Year Opening Hours 2018

All our services will operate as normal over the Christmas and New Year period for people in crisis in Leeds. Look out for our #NotAlone Christmas campaign on social media – follow us on Twitter at @lslcs or on Facebook. Find Teen Connect on Instagram at LSLCS_TeenConnect or on Facebook   LSLCS Christmas and New... Read More

Accessing Mental Health Support in Pregnancy

Abbie Richards on experiencing mental health difficulties during pregnancy and how she overcame her barriers to accessing support Before falling pregnant, I already had depression and anxiety, but the hormone increases in pregnancy can make these conditions significantly worse. I always thought “I’m not going to be able to cope” or “I can’t do this... Read More

Using listening and support services as a young person

By Hannah, who began using our services aged 18 after leaving children’s mental health provision Listening and support services have been there for me when I have felt hopeless and unable to cope. When it’s late at night, living on the outskirts of the city, it becomes almost impossible to access services.