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Fisher Medical Centre

Millfields, Coach Street, Skipton BD23 1EU
Tel: (01756) 799 622

One in four affected


It's easy to think that mental health issues don't concern us, but in fact a quarter of us will have problems with our mental wellbeing at some time in our lives.



















Mental health problems are equally common in men and women, but the types of problems differ. Women are one-and-a-half times more likely to be affected by anxiety and depression, while men suffer more from substance abuse (one in eight men is dependent on alcohol) and anti-social personality disorders. Men are also more prone to suicide: British men are three times more likely than British women to die as a result of suicide.


Serious mental health problems are also more common than you might think. One person in 100 has a severe mental health condition such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder.


All these figures are based on people who have sought help for their mental health problems. Many more could be living with undiagnosed mental health issues, according to mental health charity MIND.


If you're worried about your mental health, or if someone in your life is affected, there are plenty of ways to get help. Find out more about mental health support.


You can also contact mental health charities such as Sane and the Mental Health Foundation.


Read more at NHS Choices


Support Services available in Craven

First Response

If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, please call the First Response team:


Telephone: (01274) 221181 Visit : http://www.bdct.nhs.uk/services/first-response/



Craven Wellbeing Cafe

The Mental Health Support group meet every Thursday 1-4pm at St Andrews Church Hall. Patients are welcome to drop in. For more information please contact Helen : 07584015792



Tel: 01535 605047 (adults) 
       01535 606282 (young people)

Website: https://www.relate.org.uk/find-my-nearest-relate/centre/pennine-keighley-craven-relate-centre




The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) help children and young people in the local area who may be having problems. They may be very upset or very angry, they may be behaving in unusual ways, or their family or carers, friends or teachers may be very worried about them.

CAMHS offices are open Monday to Friday, 9.00am – 5.00pm.

CAMHS supports children and young people from pre-school years up to 16 years of age, (or up to 18 years of age if still in school) where there are severe and long standing concerns about emotional well-being and behaviours.Referrals to CAMHS are accepted from a variety of health professionals including GPs, hospital doctors, school nurses and health visitors.If you think it would help to talk to somebody at CAMHS, you (or your parent or the person who looks after you) will need to speak to someone like your doctor or your school nurse. They will then tell you what you need to do and what happens next.Where can I see someone from CAMHS?

  • Fieldhead in Bradford
  • Hillbrook in Keighley
  • Your local Health Centre  





Haven is a safe, confidential and non clinical setting, which includes peer support from people who have lived with mental health problems. Open 10am - 6pm 7 days a week. To Access Haven, please contact First Response on (01274) 221181


A new NHS service is now available to help people manage everyday problems such as feeling low, sleep problems, feeling anxious or stressed. The free service is run in partnership by Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust and local voluntary and community organisations such as Bradford Counselling Services and the Cellar Trust.

You can register for MyWellbeing College on-line at www.bmywellbeingcollege.nhs.uk (using Google Chrome) or by calling 0300 555 5551, and you don't have to go through your GP.

The service offers a range of free learning opportunities to suit your needs, including online courses that you can do at home, group courses, phone advice or one-to-one 'talking therapies' at a range of locations. The short, guided courses include Mum's Wellbeing, Mood Matters, Mindfulness, Stresspac and Mindful Movement. The website also offers a range of free guides and tools, to help people better manage life's ups and downs and deal with everyday problems, so you can get started straight away.

The MyWellbeing College is for anyone aged 16 or over that is registered with a GP in Bradford, Wharfedale, Airedale or Craven.

For more details about MyWellbeing College, the courses and free guides, or to register and start today, visit www.bmywellbeingcollege.nhs.uk (using Google Chrome). Or you can call 0300 555 5551 to chat through the different course options with our enrolment team.

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