Leeds Survivor-Led Crisis Service (LSLCS) are part of a network of mental health services in Leeds. We liaise with and undertake joint work with other services, while maintaining our identity as an innovative, service user led voluntary sector organisation. We offer a range of tailored services to provide support and advice for people in crisis. To find out more, please explore our website or click on any of our service areas below.
- Dial House
- Dial House @Touchstone
- Connect Helpline
- Leeds Suicide Bereavement Service
- Group Work
- Well-Bean “Hope in a Crisis” Cafe
Leeds Survivor Led Crisis Service has a commitment to volunteering. We see this as an essential part of our philosophy, in supporting people who have had mental health problems in their recovery. Many of our volunteers have had time out of work, and some have never worked, due to mental distress and we are proud of the fact that over half our paid staff started here as volunteers. Additionally, people who are beginning a career in counselling, social care or psychology often find volunteering here particularly helpful in providing them with some practical experience to support their study. If you’re interested in finding out more about how you can support our valuable work, please explore the following links: