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Free, confidential and impartial advice on all aspects of addiction, treatment, rehab, detox, residential rehab, therapy, counselling and cost from a clinician in Bradford 

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If you are seeking treatment in Bradford, either  in residential treatment, or as an outpatient, call Paul. He can advise on which centre can cater for your needs, local support services and outpatient services.


Bradford, a city in West Yorkshire came into being in 1847. As of the 2011 census it had a population of 349,561 making it the 9th most populous district in England. The once prosperous textile industry has been in decline, for some years, leading to pockets of deprivation and elevated rates of unemployment. However, the area contributes over £9.5 billion pounds towards the local economy

During 2020-2021, there were 3,641 people in treatment for drug and alcohol dependency in Bradford. This showed a 1.8% decrease against figures for 2019. The majority were for opioid dependency (2291) which accounts for 63% leaving 702 adults as alcohol dependent. This is outside of the national trend of 51% for alcohol and 27.7% for opioids: Bradford has 63% opioid users and 19% alcohol dependency. 

Statutory services are provided by Humankind through four sites: 

Pelican House, 10 Currer Street, Bradford, BD1 5BA

Unity House, 30 Manningham Ln, Bradford, BD1 3DN

18 Temple Street, Keighley, BD21 2AD

6 Temple Street, Keighley, BD21 2AD

Telephone:  01274 296023


Residential services in Bradford can be low cost and outpatient services are also available. 

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