Mind in Bradford was set up more than 30 years ago by a group of service users who were looking for more mental health and wellbeing support. The organisation became affiliated to national Mind but is still an independent charity which relies on its own resources to provide award-winning local services. Our aim is to promote mental wellbeing across Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven and to help people experiencing emotional and mental health problems towards recovery and a better life.
Find tips, guides, tools and activities to support and improve mental health on the NHS Self-Help website.
We utilise UK Government funding to help educate and support all who are passionate towards improving mental health and wellbeing. Our training allows you to support those around you, boost your own self-confidence and mental health, and add an accredited mental health certificate to your CV.
Young Minds provide training courses which are designed to build your understanding of key mental health issues and give you the confidence to make a difference in young people's lives.
The One Workforce Hub provides a digital front door to a range of support and resources for the health and social care workforce - from learning and development to health and wellbeing support. It also showcases opportunities and roles in the sector for those considering their future career options.
Compass in Craven is a ground-breaking way of linking the Third Sector, Social Care and Health together providing a connected and holistic service for the residents of North Yorkshire.
This FREE training course is suitable for anyone living or working in the Bradford district who would like to know more about health and wellbeing. This course will help people to gain knowledge and confidence to support themselves, their family and friends to live a healthier lifestyle. It also includes learning about local services that can help to support health and wellbeing.
Enhance your practice in emotionally supportive engagement and apply an understanding of key wellbeing needs (including your own) to boost the support you give children, young people and families. Click on the link for more details on upcoming multi-agency, practitioner-led training.
This website is a portal for sharing information and resources to provide practical and compassionate support for people who have been affected by a suicide, and has been co-produced by a group of organisations including voluntary, NHS, and public health, who are all working to reduce deaths by suicide in West Yorkshire.
Community Action provide training courses in partnership with Voluntary Action Leeds. Some of these courses are free and delivered just for Bradford groups by our Development Officers.