Support for Mental Health Problems


Around 1 in 4 people in the UK have experienced mental health issues at some point in their life. Whether you have a diagnosed illness, are concerned about a loved one or just want to learn how to look after your own mind better, there is support available for you.

Every Mind Matters

Every Mind Matters is an evidence-based tool from the NHS that shows people how to build simple changes into their daily lives – such as reframing unhelpful thoughts, breathing exercises and increasing physical activity. It also has advice for people who are supporting others with their mental health issues.

Visit NHS Every Mind Matters

Healthy Minds

Healthy Minds is the doorway to mental health and wellbeing services across Bradford, Airedale, Craven and Wharfedale. Here you can find a list of services, advice on how to stay well or simply answer a few questions to find the best support near you.



Helpline which provides confidential mental health support and information to people who live in Bradford, Airedale and Craven

Open 7 days a week, 12 midday to 12 midnight. 

Freephone: 08001 884 884

Live chat via the website:

We have a translation service that can provide support in over 100 languages, and support workers who speak Urdu, Arabic, Polish and Punjabi.

Mind in Bradford

Mind in Bradford operate the Guide-line helpline but they also have many other services including one to one support and group support. Visit the Mind in Bradford website for more details.

The Cellar Trust

Peer support, group crisis support, pathways to employment and many other support options are open to people coping with mental health problems or illnesses.

Telephone: 01274 586474

Sharing Voices

Sharing Voices delivers a range of range of services for individuals from black and ethnic minority communities dealing with mental distress. Services include 1-1 support, home visits, group sessions, working with young people and older people with dementia.

  • A referral is required and can be found on the sharing voices website
  • You can self-refer or others

Telephone: 01274 731166


Online and text support. A safe and confidential space for those age 18 and over to share thoughts and feelings and get support from qualified professionals.

QWELL website

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