What we do
We help people with mental health challenges. We give people hope, and we help them build brighter futures. 1 in 4 of us will face a mental health problem in any given year, so whether it’s you or someone you know, we are here to help. Our services are available to people who live in Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven.
Our crisis service is for people over 16 who are in severe mental distress or crisis. Open 365 days a year from 10am – 6pm, it can be access by calling First Response. Find out more here.
Employment support and courses
Pathways to Employment
For people over 18, who are out of work with moderate to severe, and/or enduring mental health problems who want to work towards a specific goal such as education, training, voluntary or paid work. Find out more here.
Self Development Workshops
We offer a range of free two hour interactive workshops to help you build confidence and self-esteem, and learn new skills such as managing change and conflict resolution. Find out more here.
Being Well in Adversity course
A six-week course that will be held weekly for 2 hours per session. Each week members will have a discussion around different topics such as self-care, and managing stress and anxiety. Find out more here.
Suicide Awareness Training
Suicide Awareness is also a free one hour educational class aimed to improve our awareness of causes, risk factors and warning signs for suicide. The session will introduce different ways to engage with people feeling suicidal including how to both talk and listen to people feeling suicidal. Find out more here.
Stress Buster is a free one-hour educational class which is designed to give you an introduction to stress and how to manage it. The session focuses on understanding the effects of stress and how it effects the way we think, feel and behave. Find out more here.
Specialist support (Multi-Agency Support Team)
Multi-Agency Support Team (MAST)
Working with other organisations, we deliver additional peer support based in A&E departments, to help ensure that people can get the right support at the right time, as well as helping to raise awareness of alternatives to A&E. Find out more here.
Peer Support is a non-clinical, mutual type of support in which emotional experiences may be shared reciprocally. It is now heavily featured within NHS mental health policy as research studies show it to have a proven positive mental health impact for individuals involved in delivering and receiving this type of work.
We now provide Level 3 Accredited Peer Support Training – click here for more information.