Wellbeing Network for Bradford District and Craven supports locals


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The Telegraph & Argus

SIX well-being hubs are providing support to people across the Bradford district on issues including mental health, domestic abuse and addiction.

The local NHS, Bradford Council and the voluntary and community sector are working together to help individuals through the Wellbeing Network for Bradford District and Craven.

These hubs also give advice on welfare benefits, issues faced by refugees and asylum seekers, physical health and carer support.

The hubs are based at the following locations:

  • City Hub, Daisy House Farm, 44 Smith Lane, Bradford
  • Thornbury Hub, 79 Leeds Old Road, Bradford
  • Keighley Pathways Hub, 15 – 17 Devonshire Street, Keighley
  • Tong Hub, Sutton Community Centre, 51 Kyffin Place, Bradford
  • Manningham Hub, Manningham Mills Community Centre, Lilycroft Road, Bradford
  • Shipley Hub, 1 Westgate, Shipley

Information about the hubs and how to contact them can be found here https://wellbeingnetwork.org.uk/

The Wellbeing Network also provides out of hours provision across the district.

It works with all ages (children must be accompanied by an adult) and people don’t need to have an appointment, as all six operate on a walk-in basis.

To access the hubs, individuals need to be registered with a GP practice in Bradford or Craven or live within the local authority boundaries of Bradford Council and Craven Council. 

Foluke Ajayi, Chief Executive for Airedale NHS Foundation Trust and Executive Lead for Healthy Communities at Bradford District and Craven Health and Care Partne…

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