Please note that we are in the process of updating our website. For more information about our services you can find us on Facebook and Twitter.

If you need to contact us please telephone 01274 594173. Our office hours are Monday to Thursday: 09:30 to 14:30.

Independent Living Centre

01274 592474

Aims to provide disabled people, their carers and families with the tools and equipment needed throughout everyday life.

Advice & Information

01274 594173

Supports and helps people with disabilities, carers and their families to find appropriate solutions to a broad range of issues which affect their lives.

Peer Support

01274 494121

Run by and for disabled people, offering one to one sessions to talk about issues important to them.

Voice & Influence

01274 481590

Explore and campaign around issues which are important to disabled people, carers families and other people who face discrimination and disadvantage, to achieve change.

Keep up to date with the latest news and events.

We update our news and events section as often as possible so check back regularly to be kept up to date.

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Equality Together is a local user-led organisation for disabled people, their carers and families.

Our services are currently available to people who live in the Bradford Metropolitan District.

We Believe

We believe in the social model of disability, whereby you are not disabled by your disability or health condition, but by the barriers in society.

We Work

We work with people to ensure they have choice and control over the services they use and need, contributing to their improved health and wellbeing.

We Will

We will campaign around issues that are important to disabled people, carers, families and other people who face discrimination and disadvantage to achieve change.

We are a UK registered charity that is heavily reliant on external funding and generous donations.


Equality Together is supported by: