We recognise that clients often have complex issues so we offer informal lifestyle training with the aim of promoting social inclusion and preparing people for formal education, training, volunteering and employment. Our support network, educational and work clubs together with our programmes to help improve both physical and mental health issues result in over 90% of clients maintaining their tenancy for 12 months and over.
A medical problem needs a qualified person, see a doctor, or nurse, Your cough or your rash might not need a surgeon, but check it out first, before it gets worse.
If you urgently need medical help or advice but it’s not a life-threatening situation, call 111 free from any phone to speak to an NHS adviser. The 24-hour NHS 111 service can give you healthcare advice or direct you to the local service that can help you best.
Our own Links page has a few helpful numbers and contacts. Extra Help For those with specific health or personal concerns, such as drug or alcohol dependence, the Basement Project Halifax has a list of helpful local and national organisations listed here: http://thebasementproject.org.uk/links/ or try to work through the suggestions on this page: http://www.thechangeblog.com/feeling-down/, there might be something in it for you.