Receiving Care from us
We provide high quality integrated mental health, learning disability and community health services for a population of a million people across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
We provide care and support through four divisions focused on:
- adult mental health services
- adult learning disability services
- families, young people and children's services
- community health services
About our services
In Our Services A-Z pages you can find out about the types of service we provide
Access to our services
We try to make our services as accessible as possible to everybody who uses them.
If you'd like information about getting into our buildings - ramps and lifts, for example - contact the Integrated Equalitry Service.
Information about our translation service, hearing loops, sign language, interpreters, Braille and large print can be found in Interpreters, vision and hearing.
Equality Act 2010
We do our best to comply with the Equality Act 2010 in every aspect of our work. But, if you feel we've fallen short in our duty to make our services accessible to disabled users, do tell us, by using any of the methods described in our Contact page.
For other related information, go to the Equality and Diversity pages in the About Us section.
In an emergency
If you, or someone you're concerned about, needs help in an emergency, go to the Urgent help section in Contact for advice on what to do.