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What is the Wellbeing Service?

The Wellbeing Service offers a range of recovery-focused groups, social spaces and wellbeing activities for people who are struggling with their mental health. During the coronavirus outbreak, we have been working really hard to deliver groups online via the video conference service Zoom which we will continue to do because of public health restrictions. The Zoom groups include virtual break out areas where you can take time out if you need to. From September, we are pleased to now offer some groups in person. 

The Wellbeing Service is delivered by a team of Wellbeing Practitioners. You can read more about the team on this page

Details of our wellbeing timetable can be found on our events calendar.

Who is it for?

Anyone aged 18+ who lives in Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale or Craven and feels in need of support. You don’t 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 register for a Welcome 1:1 session. 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. The sessions should last no longer than 30 minutes.

You can book a 1:1 Welcome Session by calling 01274 730815 or emailing [email protected] between Monday-Friday 9am-5pm.

Wellbeing groups

Our open wellbeing timetable is varied, from walking to peer support, arts & crafts to qi gong. We also run closed groups to help you manage things like self-esteem. 

Our current wellbeing timetable includes:

Arts & Crafts

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

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.

Mind Your Mind

Our practitioners explain different mental health problems and how to manage them. Based on national Mind guides.

Qi Gong

Gentle exercise for the body and mind combining movement, breathing and meditation.

Mixed Social Zone

An informal get together where you can meet people you know, share your worries and make new friends.

Tribal Drumming

An activity that puts you in the moment, provides a sense of connectedness and induces a feeling of deep relaxation.

Creative Writing

Explore your creative side with the power of the written word. 

Conflict Resolution

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

Women's Peer Support Group

A safe and welcoming space for women to share their experiences and know they are heard, valued and accepted.

Mindfulness and Meditation

A meditation group to relax the body and mind and help reduce stress.


A yoga group to to stretch, relax and clear your mind.

WRAP Course

WRAP stands for Wellness Recovery Action Planning. During this 12-week course, you will develop your own crisis plan.

Walk and Talk

A walking group to help keep your mind and body healthy.

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