The Wellbeing Service

Reach (previously the Wellbeing Service) provides clients with one to one support for up to 6 months; identifying personal goals and working towards achieving them. We also offer support to access groups and other services based on their locality and interests.

Reach is not a clinical service but is delivered by experienced colleagues who specialise in mental health. Our team has various specialisms, including:

  • working with dual diagnosis of drugs and alcohol and severe mental illness
  • working to reach all communities
  • in some cases, lived experience of mental health difficulties and recovery and are Peer Support Workers
  • In addition, our team includes people who work to coproduce and engage with the people we are supporting in client involvement work

Who is this service for?

This is for clients who, at the time of referral, have care-coordinators, a CPN or social worker who can make the referral. The service is for anyone who is:

  • diagnosed with a serious mental illness (SMI)
  • a working age adult
  • hoping to be involved in community activities

And either:

Currently on a waiting list or currently accessing secondary mental health services including Community Mental Health Teams (CMHT) and Early Intervention in Psychosis (EIP)


Going through a transitional period, for example being discharged from inpatients or moving from supported accommodation to independent living.

How do I refer into this service?

Referrals can be made by any lead professional from the CMHT or assessment teams.

The care-coordinator should keep their client on their caseload after referring to the Reach team for around 4 weeks before they discharge them, this is so that the Reach team has someone to contact.

We offer support to access community services and groups, assist with travel training on public transport, support accessing education settings, voluntary roles and employment opportunities.

Contact us

If you would like to know more about this service you can email us at

We work with our partners at Project 6, Touchstone and Hale to deliver this service. You can find out more about what will change and what will stay the same below.

The Cellar Trust has provided mental health support within Bradford District for over 30 years. We work with partners to ensure mental health services are provided in the right place at the right time and meet the needs of our communities.

Project 6 is an award winning  charity delivering services for people with drug and alcohol challenges and complex needs in our local communities for over 30 years. They focus on harm reduction and recovery, working with people to reduce the risks associated with substance misuse.

Touchstone have provided mental health and wellbeing services for over 30 years; working across communities to grow their confidence and capacity to demand the services and positive experiences they are entitled to. Touchstone specialise in working to engage communities and involve the people in the services they use.

HALE (Health Action Local Engagement) is an award-winning charity based in Bradford, specialising in providing outreach programs, activities and education to the most vulnerable in our communities; on topics associated with mental and physical self-care. HALE will lead the volunteering element of the service and are experienced in recruiting, training and supporting volunteers.