We are continuously reviewing our working processes as to limit the impact of the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.

In order to ensure the safety of the public, our clients, volunteers and staff, we have made the difficult decision to postpone all face to face appointments. Our Community Development workers are currently contacting their clients to discuss available options, such as telephone and email support.

Our information line remains open for advice and navigation services. Whilst we continue to accept new referrals, please note that we are now operating a telephone support service. PLEASE DO NOT VISIT OUR OFFICE.

We understand that this can be a worrying time for many people. Whilst it is important to be safe, it’s also important to maintain our mental well-being. If you are feeling anxious or worried, please CALL US on 01274 731166 or email: [email protected] so we can support you through it.

For full guidance on coronavirus symptoms and self-isolation, please use the following link:
NHS Guidance – Corona virus Covid 19

We will update this guidance in line with local and national announcements

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Our Mission

Sharing Voices Bradford (SVB) aims to reduce mental health and related inequalities through community development in partnership with Black Minority Ethnic (BME) communities and other stakeholders through promoting inclusion in all spheres of civil life.

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Sharing Voices Events

Masculinity & Mental Health

21st November 2019, 9.00am – 1.00pm, Carlisle Business Centre BD8 8BD

In one of the first of its kind, Sharing Voices are happy to introduce “Masculinity and Mental Health – In Crisis or In Control?”

An that event explores the notion of “masculinity” and its effect on male mental health and wellbeing, and the impact on youth.