The Reginald Centre
263 Chapeltown Road
0113 336 7612
Linking Leeds is an integrated, free city-wide Social Prescribing service for people in Leeds. Social Prescribing is a way of linking individuals with a range of local community services to improve social, emotional and mental wellbeing.
Community Links is leading a consortium of seven local partners to deliver this new service from the 1st of September 2019, commissioned by NHS Leeds CCG. Our partnership has more than ten years of collective experience delivering Social Prescribing to the people of Leeds.
Linking Leeds provides Social Prescribing for all people aged 16 years and above, no matter where they live in the city – while responding to the specific health profiles of communities.
Our aim is to connect people to services and activities in their community in order to benefit overall health and wellbeing. We believe that everyone can live a fulfilled life, however, sometimes people need help to achieve this. Feeling linked to your community has lots of health and wellbeing benefits that support resilience, independence and good physical and mental health.
Our Wellbeing Coordinators are based within GP practices providing one-to-one support over the phone and face to face. Community outreach from GP surgeries and other community locations is undertaken as appropriate.
There are three ways to access Linking Leeds:
All telephone introductions should be made to the Linking Leeds Hub on 0113 336 7612.
All online introductions can be made by filling out the introduction form.
Listen here to Wellbeing Coordinator Aparajita Das and Locality Manager Fiona Howcroft talk to Lokesh on Fever FM about Linking Leeds and how you can get involved.