To find out about more about the kinds of services we have, how they can support you and how you can be referred to them use the search function in the blue box to the side of this page.
Whichever area of our service you access you can expect a high level of quality and support. We offer care in lots of ways including on wards, in the community and in social care settings. Our aim is always to treat you as close as is possible to your own home.
Telephone: 01535 661531
Our children and young people’s community eating disorders service, Freedom team, offers support to young people, under 18 years of age, and their families living in Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale or Craven who are tackling an eating disorder.
Our Future Focus Early Engagement Team, also known as the At Risk Mental State (ARMS) service, help young people and adults aged 14-35 across Bradford and Airedale who may be having problems and are seeking help and access therapy.
Telephone: 01274 221 181
The Haven service offers mental health crisis support to people of all ages living in Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale or Craven, alongside the Sanctuary, a night-time mental health service, based at Mind in Bradford.
Telephone: 01274 221223
Our health visitors provide a range of services to support you on your parenting journey, from getting ready to be parents and giving birth, to your child’s toddler years and starting school.
Contact 01924 310130. Our health visitors provide a range of services to support you on your parenting journey, from getting ready to be parents and giving birth, to your child’s toddler years and starting school.
Telephone: 01535 678100
On Heather ward we care for females aged 18 – 65 experiencing acute mental health difficulties.
Telephone: 01274 227 555
If you are homeless, at risk of homelessness or new to the UK, our team of specialists work to improve your access to health services.
Telephone: 01274 228 200
Ilkley Ward provides services for people who have a mental health problem and who may have received input from the criminal justice system. The service is for those whose care and treatment cannot be safely or successfully delivered in local mental health services.
The Intensive Psychological Therapy service (IPTS) provides an integrated treatment involving group and individual psychological therapies for adults with complex and longstanding emotional, behavioural and interpersonal difficulties.