We are stronger when we are united
Bradford Counselling Services is committed to providing accessible services and a work environment that is appropriate and responsive to the needs of Bradford’s diverse communities.
We are committed to delivering counselling without prejudice or discrimination in relation to the mental wellbeing, political belief, gender or gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, neurodiversity, marital or partnership status, race, refugee status, nationality, ethnic origin, heritage identity, religious or spiritual faith, age or socio-economic class, or any other difference of anyone working for or accessing our service.
We have zero tolerance towards any form of discrimination against staff, volunteers, or service users. We are committed to listening and learning from our work, to continue to improve equality, diversity and inclusion within our organisation and services.
We strive to create an environment that promotes dignity and respect for all, where individual differences and contribution are recognised and valued.
For information or support on individual issues, please contact:
Equality and Human Rights Commission @ https://www.equalityhumanrights.com/en
Race Equality Network @ http://www.coemo.co.uk/
LGBT Equity Partnership @ https://www.equitypartnership.org.uk/
Disability Rights @ https://www.disabilityrightsuk.org/membership/member-organisations
Support for victims of Islamophobia @ https://tellmamauk.org/
Support for victims of antisemitism @ https://cst.org.uk/antisemitism/hate-crimes
National organisation tackling racism @ http://www.tmg-uk.org/
National LGBT*+ anti-violence organisation @ http://www.galop.org.uk/