Life Links provides a wellness recovery service tailored to meet your needs.
Our Life Links service has its own dedicated website. Click here to visit it.
Our information, advice and navigation services can help you find community and digital resources that will help you to achieve your recovery outcomes, make your independence more sustainable and support you in developing your own support networks.
Our community recovery support is available to you as an individual or as part of a wider group and can be provided at a community venue local to you.
The support we offer focuses on your strengths, needs and future aspirations.
How we help
We offer a range of support. Get in touch to discuss what might be most suitable for you.
- Information, advice and navigation services delivered in many community locations
- One-to-one sessions delivered in your own home or at a nearby community venue
- Group support sessions delivered in a range of community venues local to you
- Tailored information to meet your needs and preferences
Details about our upcoming surgeries are available on our external website.
- Our website contains a directory of local services that can be easily browsed and filtered according to what you need
- It also includes an automated self help assistant (chatbot) available 24/7 that allows you to ask questions online to get a better understanding of the support you might nee
- Our website also offers a self-referral service where you can make a request for one of our specialist trained staff to contact you to provide you with a more detailed assessment of your needs
- You can contact our team by calling 0800 0234 575
- Our Freephone support line is staffed Monday to Friday between the hours of 9am and 5pm
- If you are calling our support line out of hours, you will be provided with a list of other services that are available to you
Who we can help
Our service is available to anyone aged 18 and over who lives in Blaby District, Leicester City, or Oadby & Wigston and who’s recovering from, or living with, mental health problems.
People can contact us directly or can get support to do this from a health or social care professional, or an advocate.
Contact us for more information on eligibility.
At the heart of everything we do lies:
- Hope: the belief that recovery is possible for every individual
- Respect: valuing differences and all contributions
- Enabling: giving people encouragement and support to achieve their goals
- Inclusion: the belief that everyone has a right to participate fully in society.