What is Work Aid?
Work Aid is a free monthly support service for individuals with mental health problems. It’s designed to help those transitioning back into employment, or those at risk of falling out of work due to mental ill-health. Work Aid provides the extra help people need to stay well at work in a relaxed, supportive atmosphere.
Who can attend?
Work Aid is open to anyone within the Bradford District who is experiencing mental health problems, provided they are either:
- in employment or
- on sick leave from work
If you are a Cellar Trust service user, you may also be able to access Work Aid, speak to your Support and Development Specialist for more information.
Work Aid sessions
Work Aid is held once a month at our main site in Shipley.
- Work Aid is usually held on the last Thursday of the month, from 5.30pm to 7.30pm.
A typical Work Aid session consist of a free meal, followed by a presentation and discussion on topics to help individuals manage their health and wellbeing and sustain employment. Following this there is a peer support session, giving individuals the opportunity to discuss problems they may be experiencing either in work or when returning to work after a period of sick leave.
Meal: 5.30pm – 6pm
Presentation and discussion: 6pm – 7pm
Peer Support: 7pm – 7.30pm
How to book your place
To book onto a Work Aid session, click on one of the dates below and follow the link to our event booking page.
- Thursday 23 February 2017at The Cellar Trust – Shipley – click to book
Work Aid Calendar
- Thursday 30 March 2017
- Thursday 27 April 2017