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01274 730815


Mind in Bradford,, Kenburgh House, 2nd floor, 28 Manor Row, Bradford, BD1 4QU


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Mind In Bradford

Our Vision and Mission

Mind in Bradford is an independent organisation affiliated to Mind that works towards a better life for people experiencing mental and emotional health problems. As recipients of the Mind Quality Mark, we abide by, and operate to, the high standards set out by the national charity

Our Vision

Mind in Bradford to be recognised as a centre of excellence for people experiencing mental and emotional distress

Our Mission

Our charity provides services that support adults living with emotional and mental distress

Our services, in partnership with other organisations, empower people to take control, improve their lives and achieve their goals

As a charity, our approach respects each individual and responds to the needs of the diverse local community

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Tel: 01274 730815

Guide-Line: 01274 594594 (Urdu/Punjabi speaking staff available)

Open 12 noon to 9pm, 7 days a week, every day of the year.

Address: Mind in Bradford, Kenburgh House, 2nd floor, 28 Manor Row, Bradford, BD1 4QU 

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