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 right hand 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: 01274 221166.
Our speech and language therapy specialists are able to help you if you experience speech, language, communication or swallowing difficulties. We aim to respond to your needs by providing an evidence-based service.
Telephone: 01274 251401
This centre offers you a specialised, person centred, rehabilitation and recovery programme if you are experiencing mental health problems.
Telephone: 01274 588002
Steps into Employment is a free specialist support service for people living with mental and/or physical health issues, who are looking for paid employment.
Our experienced staff teams provide support to people that misuse drugs, alcohol or substances, through assessments, care planning and treatment in both hospital and community settings.
The Health Support Team works from Bradford (Waddiloves Health Centre) and Keighley (The Oaks). Telephone 01274 497121
Telephone: 01274 228 200
We provide 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.
If you are referred to the service you will be given an appointment with us. We will provide you with high quality, evidence based dental care and treatment to resolve your dental problem. In the unlikely event we can’t resolve your problem on the day we will offer you another appointment or referral to different service for example, treatment in hospital.
Our youth offending health team (YOT) looks after and promotes the health needs of children and young people who become involved in the criminal justice system.