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Know Your Mind supports children and young people in the Bradford central area who are struggling with their mental health and wellbeing.

To access the Know Your Mind service you must live, go to school in, or attend a GP surgery in postcodes starting with BD1 up to BD9, not including BD4 or BD6. 

Know Your Mind can provide you with up to 8-weeks of 1:1 support with a Children and Young People’s Wellbeing Worker To access support you must be aged between 8-19 or up to 25 with additional needs.

What happens after completing your referral form?

Once we’ve received your referral form a Community Wellbeing Worker will be in touch for a ‘get to know you’ session, this is an informal chat over the phone so we can find out more.

There is a waiting list for our one-to-one support service but while you wait you can access our weekly Mind Zone group for up to 8-weeks if you are aged 13-18. 

You can refer yourself or someone else using the online referral form here, make sure you select ‘Know Your Mind (Central Bradford)

Make a referral

One-to-one support for 8-weeks

Meet with a Community Wellbeing Worker for up to 8 weeks. Set and achieve your goals whilst learning new ways to look after your wellbeing.

Play the video to hear Nadia’s story or read it here.


Group support for 8-weeks

Play the video the hear from Chloe and Beth about Mind Zone. 

Mind Zone is a weekly wellbeing group for young people aged 13 to 18 based at Bradford City FC Wellbeing Hub.

The group runs every Monday from 4.30pm till 6.00pm.

It’s a great way to meet other young people experiencing similar things in a safe, welcoming and comfortable environment.

You can attend the group for up to 8-weeks. You don’t have to wait for your whilst for your 1:1 support to start to attend, you can join straight away after completing a referral form. 

Find out more

Meet the team

Our Community Wellbeing Workers will deliver your one-to-one support for up to 8-weeks, they also run our Mind Zone group.

Meet the team

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Training and Talks

We can deliver free mental health awareness sessions to children and young people via assemblies and talks in your schools, colleges, clubs, groups and services. We can also provide free training on children’s mental health to people who work with children and young people. Get in touch with us for more information: [email protected]

Get in touch

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Kelly Munro Fawcett, Mind in Bradford

BBC Radio Leeds

Hear our CYP Community Workers Kelly and Beth talk about Young People’s Mental Health on BBC Radio Leeds for Mental Health Awareness Week, covering the impact of the pandemic and how to deal with bullying.

Listen to interview

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Need urgent support?

Here are some local helplines and live chat services for children, young people, parents and carers that you can use right away. 

Local helplines for children and young people

Safe Spaces crisis support

Children and young people can call First Response to be referred to Safe Spaces for in-person or telephone crisis support. 

24hr helpline

Call First Response on 08009 521 181 


For children, young people and adults living in Bradford District and Craven. Referral to Safe Spaces available by calling Guide-Line. 

8am – midnight

Call us on 08001 884 884 or chat to us online.

West Yorkshire 24 hour mental health helpline

For anyone aged 18 and over who is registered with a GP in Leeds, Calderdale, Kirklees, Wakefield and Barnsley.

24 hours a day 

Call 0800 183 0558 

Night OWLS

For children, young people, their parents and carers, living in West Yorkshire


Call 0800 1488 244 or Text 07984 392700

Teen Connect 

For people aged 11+ (for teens and parents calling about teens) living in Leeds or WF3, WF10, BD4, or BD11.

3:30pm-2am Mon-Fri, 6pm-2am over the weekend

Call 0808 800 1212 or Text 07984 355251


For people aged 18+  living in Leeds or WF3, WF10, BD4, or BD11.

Call 0808 800 1212

Know Your Mind resources

Healthy Mind’s has a section on their website where you can find resources and support available locally in Bradford and Craven:

Healthy Minds – Children & Young People

Kooth is your online mental wellbeing community for children and young people:


Young Minds are a mental health charity for children, young people and their parents:

Young Minds

Coping with Anxiety Assembly

Chloe from the Know Your Mind team delivered a 10-minute webinar on Coping with Anxiety. 

You are free to use this resource for groups of children and young people. 

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