We support people of all-ages no matter where you are on your mental health journey. 

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We support people of all ages in Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven.

 

From 2022-23 we supported 13,939 individuals with their mental health and wellbeing 

 

 

Support was accessed across a range of services including:

  • 9,353 wellbeing assistant completions on the Healthy Minds Website
  • 3,679 attendances at recovery and wellbeing groups 
  • 4,365 crisis support crisis support sessions provided by Safe Spaces

Find out more about our services and hear from the people supported by them in our charity Impact Report.

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Mind in Bradford has been awarded the Mind Quality Mark

The Mind Quality Mark is a rigorous quality assurance standard. It sets the bar of good practice and legal compliance for all organisations in the Mind Federation.

Local Minds are reviewed against the Mind Quality Mark standards every three years. The reviews are led by people with lived experience of mental health problems and senior leaders from other local Minds. They are based on a robust assessment of documentary evidence as well as interviews with and survey responses from trustees, staff, volunteers, and people who use services.

To achieve the Mind Quality Mark, local Minds must be well-run organisations delivering safe, life-changing support for people with mental health problems.

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Jessica-Rose’s story

Jessica-Rose’s story

Jessica-Rose is one of Mind in Bradford’s longest-serving volunteers, and in July last year, she […]

Posted on: 20th June 2024

Paul’s story

Paul’s story

Paul tells us about his experience visiting Safe Spaces; a service that offers same-day support […]

Posted on: 13th May 2024

Five Ways to Move for Mental Health at Work

Five Ways to Move for Mental Health at Work

Written by Bryony Rathmell, Workplace Wellbeing and Training Lead Mental Health Awareness Week (13-19 May […]

Posted on: 9th May 2024

Understanding perinatal mental health with Jayne Croston

Understanding perinatal mental health with Jayne Croston

As part of Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week, we spoke to Jayne Croston, Inequality Link […]

Posted on: 2nd May 2024

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