Leicestershire & Rutland Wellbeing Service

Our wellbeing service provides advice, information and support for people living with a mental health condition. We can support you to maintain and improve your mental wellbeing, live a meaningful and independent life, and play an active part in your local community.

Drop-in sessions

We host regular drop-in information and advice sessions throughout your local community where you can seek help around your mental health, discuss coping strategies and get advice on what could be impacting upon your personal wellbeing, such as benefits, relationships or work etc.

One-to-one support

You will have access to one-to-one support from a highly trained recovery worker, who will work with you to understand what is important to you, what your needs and hopes are, and who will support you to achieve them.

Support groups

We have a variety of support groups for you to join where you will be able to learn new skills, meet new people and build peer support networks.

24/7 helpline

If you are being supported by our service, you will also get access to our free, 24/7 helpline all year-round, which can provide advice and emotional counselling.

This service is open from 9:00am-9:00pm 7 days a week. (24/7 support from our dedicated helpline is available to people who have accessed the service.)

To find out more about the servicem or refer yourself, simply call 0300 323 0189 to speak to one of our team. Alternatively, your GP, care coordinator or other healthcare professional can call us to make a referral.

Eligibility criteria: 

  • This service is open to residents of Charnwood, North-West Leicestershire, Hinckley and Bosworth, Melton, and Rutland aged 18+
  • We can offer anyone aged 18+ in the area information, advice and navigation to support mental wellbeing (particularly if you have multiple issues or are a carer, to help you access the right services for you) 
  • If you have a diagnosed mental health condition, we can offer you community support

We deliver this service in partnership with Mental Health Matters.