For Crisis Support - Call 0800 066 28 28
Kirklees in Recovery is an organisation open to anyone who is interested in all aspects of Recovery from a drink or drug problem. It is for individuals, friends and families, supporters, people who work in the field and organisations who wish to back and support their cause..
Kirklees in Recovery is a constituted, not for profit organisation operating throughout Kirklees, West Yorkshire and operates from its headquarters in Huddersfield.
Fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. A.A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
Free Phone 0800 9177 650
The project currently delivers a range of service provision. We deliver specialist alcohol and drug recovery services around detoxification and aftercare.
Union Bank 3a Union Bank Yard
Completely voluntary organisation. Membership is open to anyone with a drug problem seeking help, regardless of what drug or combination of drugs have been used, and irrespective of age, sex, religion, race, creed or class.
The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using drugs.
No membership attendance records are kept. Anonymity is one of NA’s most important traditions.
0300 999 1212
Addaction is one of the UK's leading mental health, drug and alcohol charities.They work with adults and young people, in community settings, in prisons, in residential rehab and through outreach. In 2017 they have supported 140,000 people.
Are a national membership charity for organisations working directly with people who become homeless in England. They work to make services better and campaign for policy change. that will help end homelessness.
The Well-bean Crisis Café provides a safe space for Kirklees residents who are experiencing crisis and aims to prevent avoidable attendances at A&E.
The cafe offers a warm person-centred approach to crisis support and is available every night from 6pm-midnight.
One-to-one support, a safe social space, hot drinks, and homemade food are available.
Kirklees Council will help you if you are homeless or threatened with homelessness within 56 days and you are eligible for assistance.
Local Welfare Provision
If you are in immediate need which will mean serious damage or risk to the health or safety of you or a member of your family, please contact the local welfare provision (LWP) team:
Based in the Huddersfield Mission in the town centre, but they have no religious or political affiliations. All are welcome to receive support.
We aim to improve the quality of life of individuals and families experiencing extreme disadvantage in our local community by providing practical support.
Horton Housing manages housing, training and support services across Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees and North Yorkshire. It is a not-for-profit organisation which provides housing, training and support services to the most vulnerable people in society.
Simon on the Streets offers street-based support for those in need. Their teams work across Leeds, Bradford and Huddersfield providing front-line emotional and practical support for those who need it.
If you are homeless in an emergency and it is outside of our opening hours, call the emergency accommodation number: 01484 414933
Bridge-It Housing provides housing and support to families, single males and females. They do not discriminate by race, colour or religion and see each client as an individual, a human being, with the ability to, with the right support, turn their life around.
Support our residents in acquiring permanent accommodation, maximising their benefits, acquiring sustainable permanent employment and training by working in partnership with both health and education providers, meeting health needs by working in partnership with health providers, building self esteem in clients lacking basic motivational attributes and linking with different support networks to meet individual support needs.
All men and boys - particularly those in the most disadvantaged areas and communities - will have the information, services and treatments they need to live healthier, longer and more fulfilling lives.
Men's Health Forum has a wide range of links for men's mental health.
SANE is a UK-wide charity working to improve quality of life for people affected by mental illness. SANE has three main objectives:
If you are feeling low or are worried about your mental health it is important to ask for help. A good place to start is to speak to your GP about how you're feeling, but there are also lots of other services in Kirklees that can help you.
If you require more immediate support regarding your mental health please contact Kirklees 24 hour Single Point of Access Team on: 01924 316830
Feeling stressed or anxious contact Kirklees IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) on: 01484 343700
They provide information and support to anyone experiencing mental or emotional health problems.
Well-being service offers a range of groups and activities - they're all free and there is no need for any diagnosis or referral. Book an introductory session and then join the arts and crafts group, tribal drumming, yoga, anxiety or peer support, mindfulness, or anything else which could improve your well-being.
Or ring our Guide-Line helpline for telephone support every day from noon to 9pm on 01274 594 594.
We’re there for people when they need us, which could be any time of day or night.
People talk to us for as long as they like, as many times as they like.
We don't rush, interrupt or push anyone out of the door. We let people lead the conversation at their own pace.
There's no waiting lists, and no assessments.
Kirklees Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) provides a choice of services for people experiencing common mental health problems such as depression, stress, panic and obsessive compulsive disorder.
Lily has written a guide about housing and financial support available for veterans. After her Granddad informed her it is not uncommon for veterans to be struggling mentally and financially
Community Links Engagement and Recovery (CLEAR) is a recovery-focused mental health service for individuals with mental health needs including dementia. They provide a range of social, leisure and skills-based activities which aim to develop confidence, motivation and self-reliance.