Bradford Early Intervention Team
Bradford and Airedale Early Intervention service specialises in working with people aged 14-65 years old who may be experiencing issues with their mental health, such as:
• Unusual or distressing beliefs.
• Hearing, seeing, sensing or feeling things that no one else can (e.g. hearing voices).
• Feeling suspicious or paranoid.
• Jumbled up or confused thinking.
This is sometimes called ‘psychosis’. Often this happens when stressful events or situations have become too much. If you or someone you know might be having these experiences, it is important to get help early, even if you are unsure. Early Intervention provides a range of services including psychological therapies, medical and social interventions designed to meet young people’s needs, and helping them get their lives back on track.
You can get in touch with us for advice and to refer by calling 01274 221021 or drop in to Culture Fusion (ask to see us at the main desk). We are open Monday- Friday 9am-5pm (answerphone with advice outside these hours).
Early Intervention is a confidential service funded by Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust and Bradford District Council.
Counselling/Therapy; Family support; Information; Support (e.g. informal help)
We Work With:
One to One , Families
Monday- Friday 9am-5pm (answerphone with advice outside these hours).
We Work In These Places:
Clinic; Home visit; School
This service is not managed by the Anna Freud Centre unless specifically stated and you should use the below details to contact the service directly.
Telephone: 01274 221021
Address: Culture Fusion, 125 Thornton Road, Bradford, BD1 2EP
Depression: a factsheet and real life example (Royal College of Psychiatrists)
Anxiety, panic and phobias: An information page and video (Royal College of Psychiatrists)
Anxiety and panic: Information on what to do when you're having a panic attack (The Mix)
Low mood and depression: A podcast presented by Dr Chris Williams (NHS Choices Moodzone)