Young People’s Social Prescribing Service
The Young People’s Social Prescribing Service is available for children and young people aged 9 – 19 who are living/accessing services within the Bradford Central District, as part of the Reducing Inequalities in City – Youth in Mind in City Funding. This new service will provide 1 to 1 tailored support and connect children and young people into wider activities and services to improve their health and well-being.
This service aims to address loneliness and isolation, improve confidence and self-esteem, recognise and value the contributions made by children and young people within their communities and to increase their ability to make positive choices to keep them safe and well.
Referrals are welcomed from schools, colleges, alternative education settings, G.P practices, care and residential homes, specialised young people’s services, and youth clubs. We also encourage young people to self-refer. An initial referral can be made via this link (by professionals or young people)
We can also accept referrals via Systm1 from a GP (Bradford Social Prescribing DQT)