How to access our services

Pathways to Employment

This service is open to people aged 16 or over, who are out of work with mild to severe, and/or enduring mental health difficulties who want to work towards a specific goal such as education, training, voluntary or paid work.

If you meet this criteria, you can access the service either by contacting your work coach at Jobcentre Plus or contacting us directly.

Work retention

Our Work Retention service is for people aged 18 or over, who are in work but on sick leave who need support to return to work. It is available to people who live in Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven.

We understand the barriers and challenges people face when going back to work after a period of mental ill health. But we also know how beneficial having a job is to health, wellbeing and financial security, that’s why our experienced team are dedicated to supporting people through this difficult period.

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Below you’ll find a self-referral form for the Pathways to Employment service, which is to be completed by individuals wishing to access employment support.

**Clinical referrals**

Below you’ll find a clinical referral form for both Pathways to Employment and Work Retention, to be completed by GPs, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, community psychiatric nurses and other secondary mental health workers.

*Please state on the form whether the referral is for Pathways to Employment or Work Retention.

Need advice on getting a referral?

If you would like support obtaining a referral please contact us:


Phone: 01274 588002

Crisis support

If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, you can access our crisis support service by calling:

First Response 0800 952 1181

Trained professionals are waiting to take your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Peer Support Groups

The Cellar Trust provides welcoming and supportive Peer Support Groups where people with a range of different lived experiences come together to help and support each other.
Peer support involves people using their own life experiences to share understanding, hope and improved wellbeing with others, to improve emotional and mental health, while creating a sense of belonging. In a confidential, non-clinical setting, you can discuss your concerns at your own pace in an environment of mutual respect between peers and coordinators.

To join one of our Peer Support Groups, please email or telephone 01274 586474.

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Trust Therapies

We offer a wealth of counselling and therapy experience and excellence to help individuals explore and cope with a range of emotional challenges.

Counselling and psychotherapy are both talking therapies that are intended to help you become emotionally, psychologically and mentally well. They are offered in ways that help you to talk, by carefully developing a ‘safe’ relationship with your counsellor. Mutual respect and confidentiality are essential as well as your need to feel listened to and not judged. If it’s important to you, no matter if the issue is small or big, we want to support you.

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