Welcome to The Cellar Trust
We are a charity that provides support to people recovering from mental health problems, in the Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven areas. We understand that recovery is very personal; that’s why we provide people with tailored support to help them move forward and improve their mental health and wellbeing, in a way that complements any additional support they are receiving through other services.
We receive regular funding from three NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups (Bradford City, Bradford Districts, and Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven) and Bradford Metropolitan District Council. We also rely on support from other grant giving bodies, corporate and individual donors as well as income generated by our cafe, charity shop and woodwork shop.
We take referrals through GPs, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, community psychiatric nurses, and other secondary mental health workers. Unfortunately we are unable to take self-referrals but if you would like support obtaining a referral please contact us
Located in an old stone school building, our main site is a hidden gem, situated between the centres of Shipley and Saltaire. Our cafe, open weekdays from 10am till 2pm serves delicious daily lunch specials such as lasagne, lamb cobbler, vegetarian crumble and meat and potato pie as well as a variety of salads, sandwiches, cakes, desserts and drinks. Our charity shop is located in Shipley town centre.
We are excited to announce that we are looking for runners for the 2016 Bradford City Runs. This year we have places in both the 5k and 10k and would like to invite our supporters to run for us and raise money to help us more
Haven is a new service which will be opening at The Cellar Trust in August 2016. It has been established as an alternative to A&E for people in mental distress. By providing a place of safety where people can find help in a non-clinical, accessible, welcoming more
Our horticulture manager and resident hot beds expert Jack First will be running courses on creating hot beds again later this year. To promote the courses we have made a short video presentation of Jack giving a brief introduction to hot beds and also some more
Research into the mind and body based approach Mindfulness has shown that the course reduces anxiety by 58%, reduces depression by 57% and reduces stress by 40%. Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT), encourages us to focus on the present, to help us become more aware of more