LGBTQ+ Health Inclusion Project: Peer Support sessions

Date published: Thursday 9th January 2020

LGBTQ+ Health Inclusion Project: Peer Support sessions

The Leeds LGBTQ+ Health Inclusion Project will be running five peer support sessions. These are for LGBTQ+ people who are either autistic, have a learning disability or mental health difficulties living in Leeds. The sessions are free to attend.

Peer support means people using their own experiences to help each other. We will provide a space where you feel accepted and understood. The project’s sessions will be run by people with lived experience.

The sessions start properly on Monday 13th January from 6pm-8pm. It is at Yorkshire MESMAC’s office in Leeds City Centre at this address:

Yorkshire MESMAC
22/23 Blayds Yard

If you would like to book a place for the project’s peer support, please contact the LGBTQ+ team:

If you need any support to make attending the sessions more accessible, please get in touch with us.

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