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Safe Haven, our new 24/7 service

Safe Haven is an exciting new development for Leeds Survivor Led Crisis Service and Touchstone as the first of our crisis services to be open 24 / 7. Unlike LSLCS’ other services (which are all self-referral), Safe Haven will be accessed via Leeds NHS Crisis Resolution and Intensive Support Service, and the Older People’s Support and Intensive Home Treatment Team (for those aged over 65).

Leeds Safe Haven will be open 24/7 to provide an alternative to hospital admission for people in acute mental health crisis. The service will have space for 6 guests (who may stay for up to one week) and 4 day visitors (who will come only in the day time, again for up to 7 days). The service will be staffed by a manager and deputy manager, a team of approximately 18 crisis support workers, and an inclusion worker (with a focus on outreach to disadvantaged groups).

For an informal discussion about the roles, please contact Barry Cooper, Mobilisation Manager; Barry.Cooper@lslcs.org.uk or call 0113 260 9328

 

 

The following roles will be advertised in line with the new service:

Crisis Support Workers (Employed by LSLCS)

Up to 37 hours – up to 18 positions 

NJC Scale Points 19 – 23, starting at £25, 481 pro rata

  • Providing support and company for the house guests/visitors
  • Different Shift Patterns available with the option to work full or part time hours
  • Shift options are 12.5 hour night or day shifts, 8 hour early/day/late shifts.

Closing date:          01/03/2021

Interview dates:      w/c 08/03/2021

Please visit https://www.lslcs.org.uk/portfolio/csws-safe-haven/ to apply.

 

Leeds Survivor Led Crisis Service and Touchstone are equal opportunities organisations, Trans Positive employers and applications are welcome from all sections of the community, particularly, BME and LGBT communities and/or people with disabilities who are under-represented within both organisations.