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We are offering peer support online via the Zoom video conferencing service while public health restrictions remain in place. Clients who have registered with our wellbeing service will be contacted with details. If you would like know more about our groups and be added to a waiting list, please call our office number on 01274 730815. Telephone support is also available through Guide-Line on 01274 594594.

What is the Wellbeing Service?

The Wellbeing Service consists of a range of recovery-focused groups, social spaces and wellbeing activities. Most of these take place in our main building in the centre of Bradford.

Our programme changes from time to time to offer new supportive sessions. The full timetable is available on our calendar or to download:

Wellbeing Timetable Autumn 2019 – Winter 2020

Who is it for?

Anyone aged 18+ who is based in Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale or Craven and feels in need of support. You do not need a formal diagnosis or referral to access the Wellbeing Service and there is no cost for any of the groups. 

How do I access the Wellbeing Service?

To attend our wellbeing activities, please come along to a Welcome Group. This is a relaxed, informal session to explain who we are, what we do and which groups could suit you. We will ask for some personal details so we can contact you, and also for some information on how you are feeling. This is to make sure you are attending the best groups to help you on the road to recovery. We will also run through our client code of conduct and GDPR policies.

You can book a space on a Welcome Group by calling 01274 730815 or emailing [email protected] between Monday-Friday 9am-5pm.

What’s the difference between and open group and a closed group?

Open groups are open to anyone to drop in to at any time. You don’t need to book your place at an open group. Closed groups are usually over a set number of weeks, are limited to a certain number of people and it will be the same people attending each week. We ask you to book your place before coming to a closed group. There can be a short waiting list for closed groups.

Open groups:

Arts & Crafts

A relaxed, creative session for everyone. No experience necessary and all welcome.

Creative Writing

This session looks at how you can understand your mental health through the power of language.

Weekend Social Zones

Weekend social zones run once a month through the year, alternating between Saturdays and Sundays. We open our doors to people who need some extra support when other services are closed. Activities can range from watching films and playing board games to taking part in a quiz and cooking up some food in a relaxed social setting.


To join our football team which trains at the BEAP Centre in Bradford on Wednesday afternoons, please speak to a member of staff.

Hearing Voices Group

A peer-led support session for people who experience hearing voices to help understand and find practical strategies to deal with them.

Men’s Mindfulness

A calming mindfulness session for men to help manage thoughts and feelings.

Mind Your Mind

A series of mental health awareness sessions based on national Mind guides.

News & Views

An informal media group for clients and staff interested in writing where you can also help produce our client-led newsletter. Meets on the first Tuesday of every month.

Peer Support

Activities and techniques in a small, understanding group to improve your mental wellbeing.


Sing your heart out in a friendly, non-judgmental environment where you can choose some of your favourite tunes.

Supporting Others

A new group to support friends, family and carers who are looking after people who struggle with their mental health (open group)

Tribal Drumming

Beat the stress and strain away in this fun, uplifting music session.

Women’s Meditation

A calm, soothing session to help to build confidence, self-love and acceptance.

Social Zones

MensZone, WomensZone and MixedZone are safe places where you can socialise and share experiences in a supportive, non-judgmental environment.

Closed programmes:

Confidence, Self-esteem & Assertiveness

A closed 6-week programme to help you deal with real-life situations.

Cook & Eat

A 6-week closed programme to learn how to improve your mental health through cooking and eating well.

Conflict Resolution & Anger Management

A closed 6-week programme to learn techniques and strategies to manage your anger and emotions.

Independent Life Skills

Find out how making small changes to your daily life and routines can improve your mental health and wellbeing 

Mood Matters

A 6-week programme to help you find ways of lifting your mood and tackling depression 

Trauma Group

A 6-week programme to help people overcome traumatic events in their life and improve their mental health 

Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP®)

A 12-week course to help you identify triggers and wellness tools to overcome personal mental health issues. We advise you to talk to a practitioner before enrolling to see if it is right for you at this moment in your recovery. We also run a WRAP ® Recovery Support Group for those who have completed the 12-week course.

Work on your Worries

A new group looking at ways to reduce ongoing worries and control anxiety 

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