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Patient urges people to use ‘lifeline’ mental health service

Patient urges people to use ‘lifeline’ mental health service

A Rutland-based patient is urging people with mental health problems in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland to use a ‘lifeline’ mental health service, Let’s Talk-Wellbeing.

NHS health checklist prepares people for winter

NHS health checklist prepares people for winter

People living with one or more long term health conditions are the focus of a new NHS Self Care campaign this winter.

Learn how to take care of your health for life this Self-Care Week (13th to 19th November 2017)

Learn how to take care of your health for life this Self-Care Week (13th to 19th November 2017)

The NHS in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland is launching a campaign this Self-Care Week to build patients’ confidence in preventing and treating minor illnesses themselves.

Early support services being offered locally for young people’s mental health

Early support services being offered locally for young people’s mental health

New services are being introduced across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland to support young people’s mental and emotional health and wellbeing.

Mental health support to become more accessible for Leicester city patients

Mental health support to become more accessible for Leicester city patients

Improvements are being made to the Open Mind service for people in Leicester city.

Views sought by local NHS managers on voluntary sector mental health and wellbeing services

Views sought by local NHS managers on voluntary sector mental health and wellbeing services

The three NHS organisations that commission health services across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are reviewing the funding they provide to voluntary and community sector organisations which support people with mental health needs.

Tell us your views on improvements to local mental health service

Tell us your views on improvements to local mental health service

People in Leicester are being asked for their views on how the Open Mind mental health service will change in the future.

New mental health service in the heart of the city for people aged 65+

New mental health service in the heart of the city for people aged 65+

A joint mental health service to support patients over the age of 65 with depression, anxiety and low mood will launch during Older Person’s Month, this September.

Support nearer home for mental health patients

Support nearer home for mental health patients

A new service is being rolled out in parts of Leicester to provide better support for patients with severe mental illness and help them to manage their own conditions.