We want to ensure that you are kept up to date with the latest news, events and announcements from your local CCG. In this section you can find our latest media releases as well as events and campaign announcements.
In lead up to Mental Health Awareness Week (13 – 19 May), a group of young people called MindMate Ambassadors will be launching a social media campaign, alongside the local NHS, called #MindMay8. The campaign encourages young people across Leeds to tag a mate who has been there for them during tough times, as well as making young people aware of what mental health support is available to them in Leeds.
With the early May bank holiday fast approaching, health professionals from NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are encouraging residents to plan ahead to stay well.
Lisa Hammond, a mum from Leeds, is backing this year’s Maternal Mental Health Matters Awareness Week (29 April – 5 May) by sharing her experience of postnatal depression, as part of her role as a pregnancy and postnatal mental health ambassador for the local NHS.
Matt Healy, a former MasterChef finalist and one of the city’s most celebrated chefs, has thrown his support behind a campaign that champions togetherness in an effort to reduce social isolation and loneliness.
With the Easter and May bank holidays fast approaching, health professionals from NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are encouraging residents to plan ahead to stay well.
A number of events will be held across the city on Thursday 11 April encouraging residents to let their family, carer or health professional know their wishes, in case they’re unable to make or communicate those decisions later in life.
“Working together to deliver the best outcomes for people at risk of or living with diabetes”
A Leeds GP has put together a short video offering advice to people with Type 2 diabetes who are gearing up for Ramadan which is expected to start on 5 May*.
As part of Diabetes Prevention Week (1-7 April), health leaders in Leeds are urging people to make small lifestyle changes to reduce their risk of developing the condition.