Positive Pathways to celebrate anniversary

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People with mental health needs are set to celebrate the anniversary of Positive Pathways, which has been helping 500 people across the city.

The scheme for helping people live independent lives and take up employment and training started in April 2013 and is delivered by Community Links, who lead a partnership of five voluntary sector organisations - Leeds MIND, Touchstone, Leeds Irish Health and Homes, St Annes Community Services and Leeds Federated Housing Association.

Coun Peter Gruen, Leeds City Council executive board member with responsibility for neighbourhoods, planning and support services, said: “The service shows the benefits of joint working between the council and voluntary sector organisations. We’re seeing improved outcomes for vulnerable people living in Leeds by making access to support streamlined with a single point of contact.”


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