Welcome to The Cellar Trust

We are a registered mental health charity (No. 701982) that supports people with mental health problems, across the Bradford district to move forward in their recovery and live independent, fulfilling lives. 

We exist because mental health problems exist and because they are complex. We all have mental health and our state of health can change at any time. Mental health problems affect everyone in a different way and they can be devastating. Our purpose is to support people when they face these challenges, and to empower them to move forward. 


Service and building update…

Our team is working hard from home and support is still available…

**Our Telehealth service is running as normal**

**Haven is providing over the phone support 7 days a week (10am – 6pm), and a limited number of face to face sessions available each week**

**Our Employment service is providing over the phone support only (continually under review)**

**The Cellar Trust Cafe is now open for outdoor service and operating a text & collect service. Find out more here – Monday to Friday, 10am – 2pm**

**Woodwork & Horticulture has unfortunately closed permanently. See statement here**

**Our Charity Shop has unfortunately closed permanently. See statement here**

**All volunteering activity is currently suspended**

Our team is working hard behind the scenes to prepare the building for reopening. When we are able to welcome you back things may look a little different as we’ve put extra measures in place to ensure the safety for our staff and clients. This includes things like a one way entry and exit system, hand sanitiser stations, and lots of helpful posters and information about how you can keep yourself and others safe. Staff will also be on hand for any questions you may have.

We’ll be keeping up to date with government announcements – please check back for further information.

If you have any questions please call us on 01274 586474 or email mail@thecellartrust.org


Healthy Minds

Have you visited the Healthy Minds website yet? It’s a fantastic online hub full of helpful information about the mental health and wellbeing services available in Bradford and Craven. There’s up to date information about which services are still available during the Coronavirus outbreak and how they’re running – https://www.healthyminds.services/


Your mental health and wellbeing when facing adversity is important

The Skills for Being Well in Adversity course is a free course open to everyone that can help you learn more about self-care, managing stress, anxiety and thinking styles and beliefs. It’s designed to help you cope with triggers, deal with difficult feelings, reflect and move forward.

The course offers the option to meet in a group setting both online and face to face, so you can connect, share experiences and listen with like-minded people. Find out more about the course.

But you can also take our online course by yourself, so you can learn in your own space and at your own pace (the course is adapted for British Sign Language).  You can take this course online at livingwell.training.