Self-Referral Services & Patient Information

Medical Problems

For information about your problem or medical condition, access information via or

Mental Health

To refer yourself for counselling or therapy such as CBT or online therapy, please visit the Leeds Mental Wellbeing website:

To refer yourself for help with alcohol or drug addiction, please visit the Forward Leeds website: or call them on 01138872477

To find out about other local support teams please visit the mindwell website: or alternatively ask a receptionist to book you into a “healthy minds” consultation.

Mental health support for men and

Social Prescribing is a way of linking individuals with a range of local community services to improve social, emotional and mental wellbeing. To access our Social Prescribing service for people in Leeds refer yourself via or call them on 0113 336 7612

For support and counselling following a bereavement, refer yourself to Cruse via:

Social / Non-medical support

The citizens advice bureau offers free support and advice about wide range of subjects, including Benefits, Tax Credits, debt, housing and employment. or call them on 08082787878

Support for carers

To access local help for the homeless, visit:

To access local help for asylum seekers, visit:

Older Adults and Dementia

For support and advice for people living with dementia, please visit

If you or your relative is requiring more help at home, please contact Leeds adult social care to access help and support: or call them on 0113 222 4401.

Seacroft Friends and Crossgates Good Neighbourhood scheme offer befriending and activities for those who are socially isolated in Seacroft and Crossgates

Sexual Health

To refer yourself for a sexual health check-up, please visit the Leeds sexual health website: or call them on 0113 392 0333.

To have an implant or coil fitted or removed, please visit the Leeds sexual health website: or call them on 0113 392 0333.

To refer yourself for free emergency contraception, you can either visit a sexual health pharmacy (list available via ) or contact the Leeds sexual health website as above.

To refer yourself for a termination of pregnancy, please contact BPAS via or MARIE STOPES via

For help and support after rape please visit:

Midwife and Antenatal Care

To refer yourself to a midwife, please contact the Seacroft community team via or call them on 07557191681.

For support after losing a baby, visit:

Children and Young People

If a child or young person is needing help with their mental health, please consider the following resources: an anonymous online counselling and wellbeing platform available for 11-25 year olds in Leeds. They offer a range of services including one to one support, counselling, group-work and drop-in sessions.

General Wellbeing

For support and advice to stop smoking, with weight loss (including a free 12 week course), exercise and diet visit One You Leeds via

Support for the BAME community

Joint and musculoskeletal problems

For self-guided exercises to help with knee, ankle, foot, back or neck pain visit versus arthritis via

For joint or back pain, book directly into a NHS physiotherapist by calling call reception and asking to be referred to “physio-first”.

Bladder, bowel or incontinence issues

For help with incontinence or stoma problems, complete a self-referral to the CUCs team (continence, urology and colorectal team). They can assess and prescribe products such as continence pads. Access via

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