Get the support you need

During the COVID-19 Pandemic Bradford4Better volunteers helped provide support in various areas from recruiting volunteers to fill gaps and resources in various services and supporting vulnerable people locally in various circumstances in the best way we could. We partnered with various organisations to help us do this.

While we would love to continue this support we are aware that there are other organisations better equipped and more specialised to support the various needs of people in Bradford. We therefore will no longer be providing these support services and instead can provide information of organisations that we think will be better able to help.

We have provided a list of organisations along with their contact details and what they do so that those in need of assistance or who know someone who is can contact them directly and get the support they need:

HALE – Healthy Living Project – 01274 271088

Faith Centre – Refugee and Asylum Seeker Support – 07504 908390

CHAS – Community support project helping the people of Bradford – 01274 726790

Staying Put  – Domestic Violence and Abuse Support – 9am – 5pm Mon – Fri Call 0808 2800 999 or 24 Hour National Helpline: 0808 2000 247

We have also provided a list of useful websites with information and support resources below should you need them.

 

https://www.bdct.nhs.uk/services/first-responseHealth and Medical

https://trashnothing.com/beta/Recycling and Freecycling

https://saferbradford.co.uk/Safety

https://www.cabad.org.uk/Community Support

https://www.intouchfoundation.co.uk/Food and other support for the homeless

https://sites.google.com/view/the-kml-project/homeHygiene Essentials

 

Get the right help

 
Bradford4Better is committed to making Bradford a better place for everyone, and we will do whatever we can to help those that need support.
 
Sometimes, however, we may not be the right place for the help you require, so we have provided some useful resources below to point you in the right direction.
 

If you have a health concern

In the event that you have a physical or mental health concern, you need to contact your own GP or call 111 if you cannot get through to your GP.

If you feel it is a medical emergency you should call 999.

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If you need to report a crime

If you need to contact the police for a non urgent matter, call 101.

This website can be used for advice, and to report non urgent crimes.

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Council queries

For any council related queries such as: schools, council tax, waste disposal, housing, social care, reporting any concerns and many more areas, visit the council website or download the council app. 

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If you have a mental health emergency

The first response team are available 24 hours a day for any mental health emergency.

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If you have a safeguarding concern

If you have any concerns about the safety and welfare of any individual, adult or child please do raise your concerns and speak to the authorities.

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If you have a concern about abuse

If you have concerns about any type of domestic violence or abuse, please seek advice and support. 

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support for refugees

If you have concerns about refugees in Bradford you can find further information here.

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Need something?

If you are looking for something, or want to give something away, this is a very useful website (and app) to recycle items.

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