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If you are concerned that yourself or another is experiencing a Mental Health crisis there are some useful numbers to know.
First Response is a 24 hours a day, 7 days a week service open to all people of all ages living in Bradford, Airdale, Wharfdale and Craven experiencing a mental health crisis. You can Call First Response 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 01274 221181.
Mental Health really matters! We can’t be healthy if we are not mentally healthy.
Welcome to the Mental Health Matters website, an online resource for Mental Health Champions in Bradford District’s Schools, and for all those with an interest in understanding and addressing Mental Health Matters in Bradford Schools.
Mental Health really matters! We can’t be healthy if we are not mentally healthy .
Adults need to help young people learn ways of being mentally healthy, just as they support young people to be physically healthy.
We know that learning and progress in school can be massively affected by mental health – and yet we are rubbish at talking about these issues.
The Mental Health Matters Initiative, and the Mental Health Champions in Schools Pilot Project aim to change this!
The main aims of the Mental Health Champions project are:
We welcome feedback and if you have suggestions about ways in which we can improve our website, or information which you would like us to include please do let us know by contacting us.
Mental Health Champions in Bradford are supported by the 3 Clinical Commissioning Groups across Bradford District. This work would not be possible without the dedication and commitment of school staff in Bradford Schools, and the support of professionals in the Voluntary Sector, Bradford Council and Bradford District Care Foundation Trust.
A Mental Health Champion is a member of school staff who has a special interest in and responsibility for Mental Health Matters in the school. All Mental Health Champions should make sure that Mental Health is a school priority, and should make sure that resources and activities to get pupils staff and parents talking about Mental Health Matters are available in schools.
Childrens Mental Health Week 2018 took place between 5th - 11th February. Our schools were involved in taking part and helping spread awareness of what #BeingOurselves means to them in school.
You can find out more by following the link below
The Mental Health Champions were featured in the Telegraph and Argus earlier this school year, follow the link below to hear first hand from one of our schools the contribution we feel this project makes to our Young People's experience of school life;