The clinical team are able to deal with a lot of mental health issues, with support in house from “social prescribers” from HALE who can help with anxiety, depression, debt, housing issues and signpost support around work and benefits. The GP team can help with more severe mental health issues and our practice nurses support patients with long term mental health conditions to stay healthy with an annual physical health check.
We also recommend these local and national mental health services that can help you maintain good mental health and help you in a crisis.
First Response – support 24 hours a day for people suffering a mental health crisis. Available seven days a week to people of all ages living in Bradford. Call 01274 221181
My Wellbeing College – Our local service which you can self refer to, offering confidential psychological therapy services, helping you work through difficult feelings. Addressing issues such as anxiety, panic attacks, depression, relationship issues, sleep problems, phobias, difficult life changes, post-natal depression, post-traumatic stress , OCD, and health anxieties. Call 0300 555551.
MIND Bradford– information and support for anyone experiencing mental or emotional health problems, primarily throughout Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven.
Cellar Trust – Support for unemployed adults experiencing mental health difficulties to improve wellbeing via voluntary work; activities; workshops; education and training. Call 01274 530448
Bradford Samaritans – are experts in listening and supporting people and offer a safe place for you to talk any time you like, in your own way – about whatever’s getting to you. You don’t have to be suicidal.
Mental Health Support (MHS) is a charitable organisation offering support to people who, for whatever reason, are experiencing a mental health problem.
Making Space – A national charity providing health and social care services for adults with mental health conditions, learning disabilities, dementia and their carers. Contact 01274 323702
Peer Talk – Peer support groups for people living with depression.
Samaritans – are experts in listening and supporting people in a crisis. National telephone: 116 123 (this number is free to call)
Young Minds provides support more tailored to young people.