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Leeds Mind Together

Supporting your wellbeing at home.

Physically isolated doesn’t have to mean emotionally isolated.

Leeds Mind Together brings you wellbeing support and information while coronavirus continues to affect day-to-day life in Leeds and across the UK. Find out how you can access our services remotely, maintain your mental wellbeing during this time, and have some online community fun.

Accessing our services

Check this page for the latest updates on which services are operating, how they’ve adapted and how you can access them. Please note, for the wellbeing of colleagues, volunteers and service users, our buildings are currently closed.

Maintain your mental wellbeing

You might be worried about coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it is affecting day-to-day life. This may feel stressful or anxiety-inducing, so we’re bringing together tips and advice to help your mental wellbeing at a difficult time.

Check back here for tips and advice. In the meantime, Mind has lots of great information here.

Ideas for relaxation and creativity

Activities like arts and crafts, or doing something active, can help you relax and feel more mindful. We’ll be sharing ideas for things you can do at home or in the garden while keeping you and your family safe. You could also get involved in our fundraising activities while staying safe at home.

Leeds Mind Together Updates

The team at Leeds Mind will be sharing blogs, videos and other content with useful tips and advice over the coming weeks and months. Check out the latest ones below.

Volunteers Week 2020

“Not our usual celebrations, but we are more thankful than ever”  Volunteers’ Week feels a little different this year. We would usually get together in-person, for a celebration of everything you, our volunteers, do for Leeds

Reflections as Mental Health Awareness Week 2020 comes to an end

"We have learnt that amid the anxiety, there is community, support and hope" The coronavirus outbreak took us all by surprise and has created anxiety, uncertainty and stress.   One positive thing we may have

An interview with Peer Support Facilitators

What is peer support and how might I benefit? As part of #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek, we caught up with Alex Garbutt and Jamie Jeffreys, two of our peer support facilitators, to learn a little more about the