Support for Adults

At Lidget Green Primary School we are passionate about promoting positive mental health and wellbeing amongst all members of our school community. We recognise the impact healthy minds and bodies have on securing the best possible outcomes for all and work hard to ensure that we use all available opportunities to support the wellbeing of our pupils, staff and families.


Treacle is a free and easy-to-use social prescribing directory.  It gathers together information about small local groups, as well as national help and support, into one site.

Although a personal relationship with a specific GP can be therapeutic, it is also becoming a decreasing reality for many people. Access to good social prescribing information can open up possibilities which will decrease reliance on GPs. Knowing where to access the information to do this is an important part of the journey, and that is the aim of Treacle. (click on the image to visit the treacle website)


FYI are a free, impartial service offering advice, information and signposting to children, young people and families within the Bradford district. By visiting the FYI website you can find information and advice pages for all aspects of family life, a service directory and a guide to local activities and events. If you can’t find what you are looking for, we are here to help! (Click on the image to visit the FYI website)


Get free, safe and anonymous support. (Click on the image to visit the website)

My Wellbeing College

This is a free NHS service to help people manage everyday problems such as feeling low, having problems sleeping, feeling anxious and experiencing stress. Anyone can register for online courses by calling 0300 555 5551 (9am-5pm, Monday to Friday) or by visiting the My Wellbeing College website without having to be referred by a GP.

Here are some other agencies you could approach:

First ResponseFirst Response is a service that supports people experiencing  a mental health crisis in Bradford, Airedale and Wharfedale. You can contact them direct 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You don’t need an appointment and you don’t need a referral. You do not have to have used any mental health services before to access their help.
Your GPThey will be able to provide help and advice. Your GP can also provide access to appropriate specialist services and local organisations.
Your MidwifeThey will be able to provide help and advice during pregnancy.
Your Health VisitorThey will be able to provide advice once your baby is born.