Know Your Mind is provided by Mind in Bradford and is part of the Youth in Mind partnership.

How can Know Your Mind support me?

Know Your Mind supports children and young people aged 5-19 or up to 25 with additional needs with 8-weeks of one-to-one support.

Who can access this service?

To access support you must live, go to school in, or attend a GP surgery in postcodes starting with BD1 up to BD9, or Keighley central.

What happens after completing your referral form?

Once we’ve received your referral form a Community Wellbeing Worker from Mind in Bradford will be in touch to schedule a ‘get to know you’ session. This is an informal chat so we can find out how we can support you best.

Contact details

Email  [email protected]

Phone 01274 730815


Download our ‘Self-care and coping’ resource

Online referral form

Children and young people:

Support for me →

Parents, carers and professionals:

Support for someone else →

Feedback on Know Your Mind

Aditi’s story, spoken by Ife

“We talk about my past and how to move on from it in a positive way.”

Read Aditi’s story

Nadia’s story, spoken by Karis

“I feel more positive about my future and what’s possible.”

Read Nadia’s story

Amelie, Scarlett and Lucy from Oakbank School interviewed our Service Coordinator Beth. They asked her about her role, how the children and young people’s services at Mind in Bradford have supported others and her top tips on how to stay mentally well.

Play the video to listen to the full interview. 

Out of hours helplines

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

Safe Spaces

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

24 hr helpline

Call First Response on 08009 521 181 


Confidential and emotional support line for all-ages. Or call to be referred to Safe Spaces.

8am – midnight

Call us on 08001 884 884 or chat online.

Night OWLS

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

8pm – 8am

Call 0800 1488 244 or Text 07984 392700


Kooth is an online counselling and emotional well-being platform for children and young people.

It gives children and young people easy access to an online community of peers and a team of experienced counsellors.

Kooth website

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