Along with the rest of the population, Leeds Mind has been finding ways to operate while coronavirus continues to have an impact on day-to-day life. We wanted to update you on our work so that you know how to access services during this time.
For the health and wellbeing of staff, volunteers and service users, we’ve closed our buildings and suspended face-to-face services. Our members of staff are adapting to delivering support virtually from their own homes, but we are still here for you.
We quickly mobilised phone support for our clients and we’re now also delivering support using virtual platforms such as Zoom and Teams to make our service delivery even more responsive. We will continue to build on this delivery in the coming weeks.
While we are working on adapting our services, you can contact us in all the usual ways, through our regular phone numbers and e-mail, detailed at the bottom of this page.
If you are in crisis, Mindwell has the information you need.
Lucy Hancock, Operations Director for Leeds Mind, said, “The last few weeks have been a challenge for us, as they have been for everyone, but it’s been inspiring to see our team pull together to find new and innovative ways to continue supporting our clients.
“We expect that demand for our services will only increase in the coming weeks and months. Therefore, we’re determined to continue our work towards better mental health for all, which feels more important than ever.
“To do this, we’ve started the #LeedsMindTogether campaign, which has our teams sharing their expertise with people across Leeds so that they can support themselves and others during this time.”
More details on how specific services can be accessed will be available next week, so keep an eye out for more news on our website and follow us on social media for updates.
In the meantime, please do contact us as normal.
Phone: 0113 503 5800
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