Home Adult social care and health Social activities Mental health: getting back into the community If you’re living with or recovering from mental health problems, you can get help to get better and get your life back on track. Learning for confidence and better mental health Boost your confidence and improve your mental health and wellbeing on an adult learning course Find out more about adult learning coursesOpens another website in new window Drop-in sessionsIf you’ve been diagnosed with a mental health problem, you can go along to a drop-in session run by Richmond Fellowship, a charity that helps people with mental health problems. You can get:advice and information about how to manage your mental health and where to go for helpto talk with someone who has suffered a similar mental health problem (known as ‘peer support’)one-to-one sessions with a member of staff if you need help with a specific problem or you experience a mental health crisisHow to get itYou don’t need to make an appointment. Contact Richmond Fellowship to find out when and where the drop-in sessions are being held.Richmond FellowshipTelephone: 0116 262 6337Email: email@example.comOne-to-one help to get out into the communityYou can get one-to-one help from Adult Social Care to get out of your home and take part in social activities. You’ll talk to someone known as an inclusion support worker. They’ll help you to:work out what you want to dofind out where you can do these thingsgo with you to introduce you to the activitiesHow to get itYou can refer yourself for the one-to-one help (known as the ‘Inclusion Support Service’) by contacting Adult Social Care or ask one of these people to refer you:your doctor (GP) or the ‘practice therapist’ in your doctor’s practiceyour psychiatrista member of hospital staff involved in your care eg psychologistyour social workera community (district) nursethe care coordinator of a care agency if you’re getting care at homeIf you refer yourself, Adult Social Care will contact your doctor (GP) or other professionals involved in your care to get more information about your mental health.Adult Social Care (Leicestershire County Council)Telephone: 0116 305 0004Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgGet advice on available servicesYou can get advice on available services and self-help groups from LCPT (formerly Leicestershire Community Projects Trust):Open Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pmTelephone 0116 222 9555Email email@example.comWebsite www.lcp-trust.org.ukSet up your own support groupGet help from the Richmond Fellowship to set up your own support group if you’ve suffered from mental health problems. Five steps to feeling happierTry the five steps we can all take to improve our mental health Help us improve this page Hide content Was this page helpful? Yes It was helpful, but Please select a reasonthere's a broken link it's hard to understand it's incorrect it's outdated it's too long Other No Please select a reasonit didn't answer my question it's not detailed enough it's hard to understand it's incorrect it's outdated it's too long Other Details Email address We’ll only use this to ask for more detail if we need to.