Acute Inpatient Services
Our Acute Inpatient Services are primarily for people of working age who have been assessed via the Crisis Assessment Services as individuals who require assessment and treatment.
Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Service
The Leeds Adult ADHD Service provides specialist assessment and management of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in adults and young people in transition from the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service.
Autism Diagnostic Service (LADS)
The Leeds Autism Diagnostic Service (LADS) provides assessment and diagnosis of people of all intellectual ability, who may have autism and live in Leeds.
Blue Light (emergency services mental health support)
Our Blue Light teams provide a range of mental health support to our partners in the emergency services in Leeds, including the police and paramedics.
Care Homes Team
Our Care Homes Service supports people with mental health problems who live in care homes across Leeds.
CFS / ME Service
The Leeds and West Yorkshire CFS / ME Service is a specialist NHS service for people with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) / Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME).
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) Inpatient Unit at Mill Lodge
The Trust’s Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) inpatient unit for children and young people between 13 and 18 years of age.
Children and Young Peoples' Mental Health Service (CYPMHS) inpatient unit for West Yorkshire
CYPMHS stands for Children and Young Peoples' Mental Health Service. It's a specialist mental health service for children and young people under 18 and their families.
Community Learning Disability Teams (CLDT)
We have three Community Learning Disability Teams (CLDTs) delivering services across Leeds.
Community Mental Health Service
The Leeds Community Mental Health Service (CMHS) provides specialist community mental health services for adults usually aged between 18 and 65.
CONNECT: The West Yorkshire Adult Eating Disorders Service
CONNECT is a community and inpatient service which provides treatment for adults with eating disorders across West Yorkshire.
CREST (Community Rehabilitation Enhanced Support Team) is a new regional service, hosted by LYPFT on behalf of the West Yorkshire Integrated Care System (ICS). The service operates extended hours (8am-8pm) over seven days, facilitating discharge from complex rehab inpatient placements for people from Leeds, Calderdale and Kirklees.
Crisis Assessment Unit
The Crisis Assessment Unit (CAU) supports adults experiencing an acute and complex mental health crisis.
Crisis Resolution Intensive Support Service
The Crisis Resolution Intensive Support Service (CRISS) provides intensive support at home to adults aged 18-65 years who are experiencing a mental health crisis.
Deaf Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (Deaf CAMHS) - National
Our National Deaf Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service works with children and young people aged 0-18 who have severe to profound hearing loss, have deaf parents, use British Sign Language as a first language, and who also experience emotional and/or behavioural issues
Forward Leeds: Alcohol and Drug services
Forward Leeds provides assessment, treatment and aftercare for people who misuse alcohol and other drugs and who have complex needs.
Gender Identity Service
The Leeds Gender Identity Service offers assessment and support to people aged 17 and above with Gender Dysphoria.
Healthy Living Service
The Healthy Living Service offers support that can help people to improve their physical health.
Intensive Home Treatment Team for Older People
The Intensive Home Treatment Team for Older People (IHTT) assesses and cares for older people with more acute and complex problems related to their mental health or dementia.
Learning Disability Inpatient Services
Our learning disability inpatient services offer respite for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities and people with challenging behaviour
Learning Disability Specialist Health Planned Care (Respite)
Leeds Learning Disability Specialist Health Planned Care (Respite) Service provides care to adults with challenging behaviour and associated complex health needs.
Leeds Psychosexual Medicine (PSM) Service
The Leeds Psychosexual Medicine (PSM) Service offers high quality specialist assessment and treatment to men and women experiencing sexual dysfunction.
Our Liaison Psychiatry Service supports people whose physical health problems have led them to experience emotional difficulties.
Locked Rehabilitation Service
This service is based at Ward 5 at The Newsam Centre and is an 18 bedded locked rehabilitation ward.
Low Secure Forensic Service - Leeds
The low secure forensic service works with services users accessing the pathway from medium secure care, transfer from prison and pathways from adult mental health services.
Low Secure Forensic Service - York
Provides low secure adult inpatient mental health services, as well as community forensic services and a court assessment and probation liaison service.
Memory Assessment Service
Provides assessment, diagnosis and treatment and post diagnostic support for people in Leeds diagnosed with dementia and mild cognitive impairment.
National Deaf Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS)
National Deaf CAMHS is a highly specialised service for deaf children and young people with mental health issues. The children and young people we work with are up to the age of 18.
National Inpatient Centre for Psychological Medicine (NICPM)
The National Inpatient Centre for Psychological Medicine delivers biopsychosocial holistic care for people with complex medically unexplained symptoms and physical / psychological comorbidities.
Northern Gambling Service
The NHS Northern Gambling Service provides specialist addiction therapy and recovery to people affected by gambling addiction, as well as those with mental health problems.
Older People's Inpatient Services
Service for people with acute mental health needs including dementia, where assessment, treatment and rehabilitation are provided over 24 hours per day in a hospital setting.
Older People’s Community Mental Health Services
Our Older People’s Community Mental Health Service is a dedicated service for people aged 65 and over living in Leeds.
Pathway Development Service - Yorkshire and Humberside
This service has been commissioned by the Secure and Specialist Mental Health Commissioning Group as a Tier 4 Personality Disorder Service for people diagnosed with severe personality disorder.
The Leeds Perinatal Mental Health Service provides specialist support to women experiencing significant mental health difficulties during pregnancy and the first year following a child’s birth.
Personality Disorder Managed Clinical Network (Leeds)
The Leeds Personality Disorder Managed Clinical Network aims to work effectively with people who present with personality disorder, complexity of need and significant risk issues.
The Pharmacy team work alongside medical, nursing and other clinical staff to ensure that medicines are used safely and appropriately.
Psychiatric Intensive Care Service (PICU)
Provides intensive and specialist care and treatment for adult service users with mental health needs, whose risks and behaviours cannot be managed on an open acute ward.
Rehab and Recovery Inpatient Services
Leeds Rehab and Recovery Inpatient Services offer assessment and individualised care to promote recovery and improve the service users everyday functioning.
Specialised Supported Living Service (SSLS)
The Specialised Supported Living Service helps around 90 adults with varying degrees of learning disabilities, physical disabilities and complex needs across Leeds to live independently.
Veterans' Mental Health Complex Treatment Service (VMH CTS) - North of England
The NHS Veterans’ Mental Health Complex Treatment Service (VMH CTS) is a specialist community mental health service for armed forces veterans.
Veterans’ Mental Health High Intensity Service – North of England
Provides care and treatment for former armed forces personnel who are in a mental health crisis and need urgent help.
Younger People with Dementia Service
The Younger People with Dementia Service provides assessment, diagnosis and appropriate treatment and care interventions for adults (aged up to age 65) with dementia,