Daycare and Support Services for Asian Women with Mental Health Difficulties
This is a culturally sensitive and culturally appropriate service to meet the mental health needs of South Asian Women
The project provides a range of daycare and support services, including: therapeutic groups, psychological therapy groups, support groups, and activity-based groups. It also provides information, outreach and advocacy, community support and direction, emotional support and relaxation sessions.
To provide support, enable recovery and promote independence to Asian Women in the Bradford area experiencing mental health difficulties.
What We Offer
- Initial assessment of needs in the community.
- If accepted by the service, will be offered a support plan.
- Advice and information on other services.
- Individual support up to 6 sessions.
- There will be regular reviews on support needs.
- Assessment of needs.
- Structured group activities, providing therapeutic support.
- Support to access other community services & groups.
- Emotional support and counselling.
- Advice and information.
- Review after 6 months of attendance in group.
Groups & Activities
We aim to offer a range of groups including:
- Therapeutic, support and drop-in groups
- Supported activity-based workshops, such as textiles, woodwork, painting, etc
- Advice sessions
- Emotional support and counselling
- Educational classes, such as ESOL, sewing, arts and crafts
- Aromatherapy and massage
- Information, outreach and advocacy
- Opportunities for Asian women to do voluntary work with the project.
Referral Procedure & Form
Here at Naye Subah we aim to meet the needs of Asian Women living in the Bradford area who are experiencing and / or recovering from moderate to severe mental health difficulties.
The service is for Women aged 18 – 65.
- Referral form must be fully completed by the referrer and returned to Naye Subah.
- Initial contact will be made with the referrer within 7 working days.
- Contact will be made for an initial assessment at mutually agreed place / venue.
Who can make a referral?
Practitioners who are working within the field of health and social care. Download your referral form here.
Naye Subah is a confidential service, however we may have to share information with relevant agencies with your consent.
Staff employed by Naye Subah have an understanding of mental health distress and are able to support Asian women experiencing mental distress.
At Naye Subah we speak the following community languages: