24 hour mental health support available now

Facing an extended lockdown, unable to see friends and family, job uncertainty; many of us are finding times tough. Statistically one in four of us will be affected by a mental health issue at some point in our lifetime and current uncertainty, pressures and concerns...

Free app for new dads launches in Kirklees

A free online app for new dads and fathers-to-be has been launched in Kirklees and across the wider West Yorkshire and Harrogate area. DadPad® is an information pack in digital form developed to help fathers prepare for family life at a time when access to parental...

Kirklees Cares, we’re here for you this bank holiday

In preparation for the May bank holiday, we’ve put together details on how services are working differently and how to access them before and during the long weekend. If you need medical help, the NHS is still here for you. If you feel unwell and don’t know what to...

New investment to boost mental health services in Kirklees

NHS Commissioners in Greater Huddersfield, North Kirklees, Calderdale, Wakefield, Leeds and Barnsley have invested almost half a million pounds into a new mental health helpline for local residents. The contract worth £490,000 to provide a 24 hour, 7 day a week mental...

Managing your health at home

The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak means you should only leave your home if it’s essential, unless you feel very unwell or you are told to attend an existing appointment for ongoing treatment. While you’re at home it’s still easy to get NHS help...