17 East Grange Drive is a supported living service for those ready to be discharged from acute care in Leeds. It comprises of four self-contained, fully furnished flats and is located in South Leeds. It is intended as a short-to-medium-stay accommodation service which has throughput to help relieve pressure on Leeds-based acute wards.
The Accommodation Gateway works with individuals being discharged from acute mental health wards, or those who are care coordinated under Community Mental Health Teams in Leeds, to ensure they are moved to accommodation which best meets their needs in a timely and effective way.
Alexander House is one of Community Links’ three Intermediate Support Hostels providing recovery-focused support in a therapeutic environment.
aspire is the Leeds Early Intervention in Psychosis Service, providing holistic care coordination to people between the ages of 14 -65, who are, or may be, experiencing their first episode of psychosis.
Brigid House is one of Community Links’ three Intermediate Support Hostels providing recovery-focused support in a therapeutic environment.
Community Links Changes provides a specialist support service to women with complex needs including Personality Disorder in the Kirklees area.
CHART Kirklees is an integrated substance misuse partnership which supports people in Kirklees around their substance misuse
Community Links Engagement and Recovery (CLEAR) is a recovery-focused mental health service for individuals with mental health needs, including dementia.
The Dual Diagnosis team provides an intensive, holistic, short-term intervention for individuals with both mental health and substance misuse issues.
IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) works with individuals who are experiencing a mild to moderate common mental health problem, such as depression, anxiety and stress.
The Kirklees Dementia Hub offers awareness, information and advice sessions as well as activities within the community. The service is a partnership between Community Links and Age UK Calderdale and Kirklees.
Linking Leeds is the new city-wide Social Prescribing service for people in Leeds, which works in partnership with primary care to help people access relevant services and support groups within the community.
Live Well Leeds is a new community mental health support service run by Touchstone, Community Links and Leeds Mind. The service supports those with mild to moderate mental health needs within the Leeds area.
Maltings Close provides accommodation and support to men and woman with a range of mental health difficulties.
Oakwood Hall is a twelve-bed dual registered nursing and residential care home for people whose mental health needs cannot be satisfactorily met from other services.
Octavia House is one of Community Links’ three Intermediate Support Hostels providing recovery-focused support in a therapeutic environment.
Yorkshire and Humber Region
The main purpose of the RPDS is to identify appropriate care pathways for clients leaving hospital environments, by offering a comprehensive review of their care and treatment plans and full assessment of their housing and resettlement needs.
The Personality Disorder Accommodation Support Service provides housing and resettlement support to clients with a primary diagnosis of Personality Disorder.
The primary role of the Recovery Centre is to support the successful transition and reintegration of service users into the community, supporting individuals to achieve positive mental health.
Rose Villa provides shared living accommodation for individuals aged 18+ who have mental health difficulties and housing needs.
We provide specialist mental health services for the Stronger Families project in Leeds. This includes a range of group workshops and one to one sessions which will enable people to look after their mental health and well-being.
Walker House is a residential service with 3 individual studio flats and 3 individual 1 bedroom flats aimed at individuals with mental health needs who aren’t quite ready to live alone or manage their own tenancy without frequent input from a support worker.
WY-FI aims to improve the lives and wellbeing of people with the most entrenched multiple needs who are currently systematically disengaged or disconnected with services.
This wellbeing service provides flexible, supportive responsive housing support to familiies in York. It is a partnership between Community Links and Changing Lives.
The service is run in partnership with Changing Lives and is a ‘whole-family’ approach to housing support in York. The service looks to identify all the barriers to success within the entire family dynamic.
This service is run in partnership with Carers Leeds and provides a universal wellbeing support service to people in Leeds living with younger-onset dementia (under the age of 65), their families and carers.