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18 to 25

Once you turn 18, you might find that the places you went to for help and support when you were younger aren’t available any more. It can be a little confusing so we’ve collected together the main mental health support services catering for young adults in Leeds. You can also search MindWell for services and help for over 18s.


IAPT

Offers therapy (including access to online therapy) to people with common mental health problems. You can refer yourself if you are 17 or over and registered with a Leeds GP.

Visit IAPT

The Market Place

The Market Place offers a range of free and confidential services to support young people in Leeds aged between 13 and 25.

Visit The Marketplace

THRU

THRU offers peer support group work for 16-25 year olds.

Vist THRU

Survivor Led Crisis Service

Leeds Survivor Led Crisis Service provides emotional support to people in crisis aged 16+. This includes the Connect Helpline.

Visit LSLCS

Forward Leeds

Forward Leeds is a drug and alcohol service supporting young people, adults and families.

Visit Forward Leeds

Well-bean 'hope in a crisis' Cafe

A safe space open to all experiencing crisis (16+ years). Open Sat, Sun, Mon evenings, 6pm – 12am. Lincoln Green Community Centre, 29 Cromwell Mount, LS9 7JB. Ring or text 07760173476 on the day you’d like to visit.

MindWell

MindWell is the mental health website for adults in Leeds. It provides quick and easy access to information about services in the city, self-help tools & techniques to help manage common problems and help for what to do in a mental health emergency.

Go to website

Aspire

Provides a wide range of care to young people 14 years+ who may be experiencing their first episode of psychosis.

Visit Aspire

Carers Leeds

Our Young Adult Carer project supports carers between 16 and 25 years old living in Leeds caring for a friend or family member with an illness, disability or addiction

Find out more

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