Leeds Survivor Led Crisis Service (LSLCS) is looking for new people to join their Board of Trustees.
Leeds Survivor Led Crisis Service is a vibrant, highly respected, innovative and multi award winning charity. LSLCS provides services to people in acute mental health crisis, which are alternatives to hospital admission or statutory services.
The Board of Trustees plays a crucial role in leading and steering the organisation and upholding its vision and philosophy.
The role of Trustee involves meeting, usually on a Monday afternoon on a bi monthly basis and occasional additional involvement, such as sitting on interview panels for staff.
You will need to be able to make a minimum commitment to LSLCS of 6 afternoon meetings per year.
New Trustees are provided with a supportive induction and are mentored by an existing Trustee for the first six months of involvement.
What is LSLCS looking for?
LSLCS is looking for people with direct experience of emotional distress, who are currently using mental health services and who have an interest in alternative, pioneering ways of working with distress and crisis.
They are also seeking trustees with HR and IT expertise.
LSLCS is particularly keen to achieve a more diverse Board of Trustees and they welcome applications from all sections of the community.
All new trustees are subject to a DBS check.
Contact for further details
If you are interested in finding out more about becoming a Trustee with Leeds Survivor Led Crisis Service please contact them on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0113 260 9328.
Enquire today and participate in an enriching experience which directly impacts on improving the lives of people with mental health problems in Leeds.