Support for corporates

Mental health problems at work can be common. At least 1 in 6 workers experiences common mental health problems, including anxiety and depression.

There are many ways we can help to support your team, help you look after yourself and make your workplace mentally healthier – find out how below.

Workplace training

We deliver a wide variety of specialist mental health training and wellbeing support that can help reduce sickness absence, improve productivity and help create a positive workplace culture. Where investments have been made in improving mental health, analysis shows a positive return on investment of £9.98 for every £1 spent on training.

We want to help you look after the wellbeing of your workforce – find out more about our courses here.

Mental health support for employees

We offer a wide range of support to people of all ages living in Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven.

Our services range from a telephone helpline and wellbeing groups to a crisis service and befriending support. 

We are here to support anyone who is struggling with their mental health.

Find out more information here and circulate with your teams.

Corporate fundraising

Take your commitment to mental health one step further through corporate fundraising. Whether you want to hold a one-off event or choose us as Charity of the Year, your support will help us to reach more people, more often, in more places.

We love being involved with corporate fundraising and can offer guidance, publicity, and help you raise awareness of mental health in your organisation – find out how to get started here.

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