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Break Poverty Cycle International

Break Poverty Cycle International’s aim is to provide comfortable accommodation which is safe and warm and suitable for people’s housing needs. They aim to provide tailored support to manage people’s health needs. Their vision is to facilitate confidence building and help people to function fully within their communities. Break Poverty Cycle International assist people with basic life skills and social skills. They aim to support with CV writing and will work with organisations such as Turning Point and health services.

Break the Silence


48 RCM Business Centre
Dewsbury Road

Domestic Violence help and support - all in one service. Social and Police referrals including vulnerable and children.

Breast Cancer Haven

0113 284 7829

4-5 The Gateway West
East Street

Breast Cancer Haven offers vital one-to-one emotional, physical and practical support to anyone affected by breast cancer.
Type of work: Health

Bridge-It Housing UK Team Limited

0845 862 2633

Wakefield New Media Centre
West Parade

Bridge-It Housing UK Team Limited provides temporary accommodation for people, particularly ex-offenders, rough sleepers, victims of domestic violence, people with drug and alcohol problems and people with mental health issues.

Bring Me To Life - Women's Wellness CIC

Bring Me To Life aims to support and empower women to take control of their health and wellbeing through preventative interventions to promote positive mental health and self-management.

British Red Cross Society

Memorial House
Northwich Road
WA16 0AW

To mobilise the power of humanity so that individuals and communities have the capacity to prepare for, deal with and recover from crisis.

C&K Careers Ltd

01484 225500

78 John William Street

C&K Careers is a not for profit social enterprise delivering a range of matrix accredited services on behalf of schools, colleges, local authorities, prime and area based contractors. Offering high quality IAG services to young people and adults. Broadly, it offers: Individual careers guidance, group sessions, interactive careers events and personalised development activities in over 80 schools/colleges/special schools delivered by Level 6 qualified Careers Advisers to support students to make successful life choices; Specialist targeted support for vulnerable/SEND students and NEET young people; Analysis of data, reports evaluating impact of careers activity and programmes and evidencing narrowing the gap in outcomes for vulnerable groups; Licensed awarding body for QiCS; Local, regional and national LMI; training and development for the CEIAG sector including the Careers Leader qualification; and Employer engagement.

Cancer Support Yorkshire

Cancer Support Yorkshire provides help and support to people who have received a cancer diagnosis. It can help with practical issues and also provides emotional support. Cancer Support Yorkshire can be contacted directly without going through a healthcare professional; all of its services are free to access.
Type of work: Health

Care to Talk


St Mary's Community Centre
The Circle, Chequerfield

Care to Talk is a mental health drop in centre for people who suffer from mental health problems and need support. Its Vision is to be an enlightening strength based project helping people feel better - make changes - be resilient - regain control of their lives. The project will provide friendship, staffed by people who have live experience of living with poor mental health. Volunteering opportunities - programmes to help with recovery, peer support, health and wellness programmes and employability. The project meets on a Friday 11:30-1:30pm.
Type of work: Health

Carers Cafe CIC

The Carers Cafe CIC is a newly established service, created in 2021 with the aim of promoting the mental health and wellbeing of unpaid carers. They provide an online space where carers can connect and share stories, support each other, learn to take care of themselves all from the comfort of their own homes. Carers Cafe CIC also aim to help unpaid carers to balance work, caring and home life. They work to encourage businesses to better manage and retain unpaid carers in the workplace through awareness raising, group and one to one coaching.
Type of work: Health

Carers Federation

01159 629362

21-23 Pelham Road

Carers Federation is a charity providing services supporting carers, advocacy, mentoring, counselling and community engagement, and is a provider of specialist training services.

Carers Trust Mid Yorkshire

01484 537036

Trafalgar Mills
Leeds Road

Carers Trust is Britain's leading provider of support for carers and the people that they care for. It is a national network of charities working with over 35,000 carers to help them make a life outside caring. As a charity it cares for people not for profit. No-one cares more than Carers Trust, not just in the scale of what it does or in the 35 years' experience that it has, but in the special way that it thinks about care. It is no surprise that the Carers Trust staff builds long and trusted relationships and that more carers and people with care needs turn to Carers Trust for support than to any other social care provider.