Manningham Housing Association would like to give you all the support you might need. You can find below support and advice channels, and you can contact Prafula on 07967128055 – Monday to Friday office timing.
If you are in immediate danger, call 999 and ask for the police – the police will continue to respond to emergency calls.
If you suspect that your neighbours or those in your community are victims of domestic abuse, we encourage you to report it to the police.
If you are in danger and unable to talk on the phone, dial 999 and listen to the questions from the operator and respond by coughing or tapping the handset if you can (If you are in danger, you will be asked to dial “55). Click here for the guidelines.
If you are concerned that you or someone you know may be an abuser, there is support available. Respect is an anonymous and confidential helpline for men and women who are harming their partners and families. The helpline also takes calls from (ex)partners, friends and relatives who are concerned about perpetrators.
If you are concerned about domestic abuse, we know it can be hard to find support. That’s why Bright Sky was developed.
Bright Sky is a safe, easy to use app and website that provides practical support and information on how to respond to domestic abuse. It is for anyone experiencing domestic abuse, or who is worried about someone else.
Bright Sky helps you to spot the signs of abuse, know how to respond, and help someone find a safe route to support you.
Bright Sky is here for anyone in an abusive relationship, or if you’re worried about someone else. Our directory of services will help you to find local and national support services and you can also find out how to spot the signs of domestic abuse.
Bright Sky is also available as an app via the App Store or Google Play. Only download the app if it is safe for you to do so and if you’re sure that your phone isn’t being monitored.
Rehab 4 Addiction was founded to assist those affected by substance misuse and their loved ones. This includes alcohol rehab, drug rehab, detox services, intervention, aftercare and outpatient counselling
ENHANCED testing will take place in Bradford amid concerns over a rise in cases of the Indian variant
Testing has found a number of cases of the 8.1.617.2 or the ‘Indian variant’ in Bradford.
In a letter to her constituents, Bradford West MP Naz Shah said: “The Government is now conducting enhanced PCR testing and sequencing within specific settings and locations where the variant has been identified. This now applies to Bradford.
“Residents of secondary school age who live, work or study in the targeted areas are strongly encouraged to take a Covid test. This is whether they are showing symptoms or not.”
People who are showing Covid symptoms should book a test in the usual way.
Ms Shah says she will be speaking with Bradford Council and the Department of Health and Social Care to make sure “all processes are urgently in place, so we can do our utmost to stop the spread of the virus.”
She also urged everyone not yet is vaccinated to book an appointment when called to do so.