Service users and carers Service users and carers Service user and carer information including the services we provide, boroughs where we provide care and where services can be found. Image Search for services, conditions & specialities Use this section to find details of all the services we provide, including contact details and conditions treated. Information for Visitors The latest guidance and updates for visitors to our services. Key services Carers information Information and resources for carers. Child health Information and resources to help keep children safe and healthy. Mental Health Campaigns Information to help look after your mental health and support the mental health of others. Domestic abuse - support available Help and support available to anyone experiencing domestic abuse. List of all services Find all healthcare services provided by the Trust. Support for Armed Forces Veterans Our commitment to supporting armed forces veterans, from healthcare to employment opportunities. End of Life Care How we will support you and your family at the end of their life Cost of Living Crisis Support The current cost of living crisis is having a significant impact on the lives of millions throughout the United Kingdom, and beyond. Mental Health Units Use of Force Act 2018 Every individual has the right to be treated with dignity and kindness in our care. Eating Disorders Awareness This page aims to provide information and resources about disordered eating to increase awareness and reduce stigma. Safety in ELFT The safety of patients, service users, carers and our staff underpins everything we do. Community Connectors Framework This framework reflects on the role's development so far, establishes role competencies, and provides structured learning and professional development support for Community Connectors and their teams. Related content Your feedback matters We want to understand what we are doing well and where improvements are needed. 'See the Signs, Save a Life' The Trust, local councils and charities are working together through the 'See the Signs, Save a Life' campaign to help the public to recognise when people they know might be struggling with suicidal thoughts and what action to take to support them.