The Well-bean Crisis Café provides a safe space for Kirklees residents who are experiencing crisis and aims to prevent avoidable attendances at A&E.
The cafe offers a warm person-centred approach to crisis support and is available every night from 6pm-midnight.
One-to-one support, a safe social space, hot drinks, and homemade food are available.
Anyone wishing to attend the cafes can refer themselves or ask a professional health or social care worker to refer them.
Referrals are taken over the phone every night from 6pm-midnight.
Professional referrals can also be submitted during office hours on the day the support is needed, using the professional referral form, which can be downloaded here. This form can also be requested via email – email@example.com
For telephone referrals please ring:
07741 900395 (Friday-Monday)
07867 028755 (Tuesday-Thursday)
Please note: Unfortunately, we cannot accept referrals from people under 18 or from those who may be struggling with the following:
Acute psychosis (only where this poses a risk to others)
Injury which requires treatment
Overdose/treatment or observations required.
The Well- bean cafe was set up by Touchstone and is funded by NHS Greater Huddersfield Clinical Commissioning Group and NHS North Kirklees Clinical Commissioning Group.
We are excited to say that from 12th August the Kirklees cafes will be cooking on site.