The following websites give lots of useful information and tips for looking after your mental wellbeing:
The Healthy Minds Wellbeing Assistant offers tailored suggestions on services and self-help apps based on how you are feeling, so you can find what you need, when you need it – quickly and easily.
Bradford District and Craven Talking Therapies
A free and confidential NHS service for people age 16 and over who are registered with a GP in Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale or Craven living with anxiety and depression.
Check in with your MATE
This campaign helps men to check in with each other and seek support.
Together Talks Telephone Befriending Service
If you are feeling lonely and isolated this service can connect you to one of their trusted volunteers for a friendly chat. Their aim to make you feel better and happier, and know that you are not alone.
A free digital counselling service for adults in the Bradford district and Craven.
Every Mind Matters
Expert advice and practical tips to help you look after your mental health and wellbeing.
NHS Mental Health and Wellbeing
Mood self-assessment quiz and mental wellbeing audio guides.
NHS Sleep and Tiredness
Advice on sleeping well and coping with tiredness.
Mind in Bradford
Support and advice for mental wellbeing across Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven.
Mind Everyday Living
Tips and guides to help you cope with everyday living.
Inspired Neighbourhoods Mental Health Service
Mental health and wellbeing support for adults, young people, couples and families.
Mental Health Foundation
Information podcasts, videos and tools to help you look after your mental health.
My Wellbeing College
My Wellbeing College is a free NHS service which helps people to manage everyday issues such as feeling low, problems sleeping, feeling anxious and experiencing stress.
Age UK Mental Wellbeing
Mental wellbeing support for older people.
Bradford Bereavement Support
Specialist support if you’re struggling to come to terms with a bereavement.
At a Loss
Help for those bereaved in any circumstance to find support services that are appropriate to your loss.
Bradford Council Self-Help Leaflets
Booklets with lots of information on health topics available to download.
Reading Well for Mental Wellbeing
Books that can help with managing mental health conditions, or dealing with difficult feelings and experiences. You can borrow them from you local library as actual books, e-books or audiobooks. Many of these are available from Bradford libraries, and you can find a link here.
This service provides real-time emotional support to parents over a digital chat platform 5 nights a week.
A completely confidential service for men of Asian, African and African-Caribbean origin, aged 13 and over.
It’s Worth Talking About
Mens peer support groups in Keighley, Thornton, Wilsden, Bingley and Silsden. A safe, confidential space to come and talk about anything that is affecting your well-being, mental health or quality of life.
Veterans Combat Stress
The UK’s leading mental health charity for veterans. They offer free, confidential 24 hour support to Service and ex-Service personnel who are experiencing mental health issues, including feeling suicidal.
The PANDAS Foundation supports and advises any parent who is experiencing a perinatal mental illness. They can inform and guide family members, carers, friends and employers on how they can support someone.
Andy’s Man Club
Andy’s Man Club provides a weekly talking group, a place for men to come together in a safe environment to talk about issues/problems they be have faced or currently been facing.
First Response Crisis Service
Offering support 24 hours a day, seven days a week to people of all ages living in Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale or Craven experiencing a mental health crisis.
Safe Spaces Hubs
Same-day, urgent mental health support in person or over the phone
A free service on all major mobile networks, for anyone in crisis anytime, anywhere.
Whatever you’re going through, a Samaritan will face it with you. 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Every Mind Matters Urgent Support
If you cannot wait to see a doctor and feel unable to cope or keep yourself safe find links to get urgent support here.