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13 Scott Street, Keighley, BD21 2J


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Roshni Ghar

Roshni Ghar is a mental health charity based in Keighley. We work with adult women from the South Asian community who have been diagnosed with mental illness. All service users are referred to Roshni Ghar by a health or social care professional.

What does it do?

We offer 1:1 emotional support and run support groups. We provide in-house services, as well as outreach in various community settings and offer home visits to those housebound due to physical or mental health.

Roshni Ghar offers in reach service to women sectioned under the mental health act who are in patient at the Heather Ward at Airedale NHS Foundation Trust.

We also run Work skills (job club) and Textile courses with the help and support of external agencies. In addition to this we run Cook & Eat sessions, sewing and other vocational and recreational type courses and activities to support women during their recovery period.

Roshni Ghar offers emotional recovery support, early intervention, relapse prevention and peer support around mental health and addressing stigma, social isolation and loneliness. We promote positive mental health and well-being and mindfulness.

We work in partnership with Bradford District Care Trust, Bradford Council and the CCG as well as the local community and voluntary sector in helping and supporting our service users.

Roshni Ghar also works with young BME women aged 13 -18 years and up to 25 years of age for those with a learning disability. We offer 1:1 emotional support and run groups in-house and in community settings. We work in partnership with local secondary schools and CAMHS. All service users are referred to Roshni Ghar.

Who is it for?

Adult South Asian women BME young women aged 13 to 18 years, up to 25 years those with learning disabilities.

Referral only, women can be referred by any health or social care professional already working with them.

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