Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service

LMWS’s Health Equity Impact Report

This past year has been one of growth and change for Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service's (LMWS) Inclusion Team. Our latest Health Inequality Impact 2023-24 (see below) lays out key highlights from this year. Read on for an intro to the report from LMWS Strategic Equalities Lead, Nick Burdett. This year, the LMWS team welcomed several new staff members. We have a new leader for equality, a Peer Support Coordinator,

2024-05-22T13:41:56+01:0021st May 2024|Blog, Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service|

Launch of Impact Reports for Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service’s Inclusion Team

Our Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service's (LMWS) Inclusion Team have released impact reports on their last year of coproduction and peer support work. Drawing on all their work with volunteers, service users and members of the public, their reports highlight their achievements in improving mental health systems across Leeds and their vision for continuing this positive work in the upcoming year. Click the links below to find out more about

2023-05-15T15:54:11+01:0015th May 2023|Blog, Coproduction, Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service, Peer Support|

Getting Involved in Coproduction Work with Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service

Beth Stepan, the current Coproduction Coordinator at Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service (LMWS) has written the following blog on how you can get involved in coproduction at LMWS:  The image explains what National Coproduction Week, the benefits of Coproduction and the opportunities to get involved, which is also written in text underneath. Why should you be involved in coproduction work? Coproduction increases the capacity and impact of public services. Service users