Who We Can Help

Equality Together works in partnership with; Age UK Bradford District, Cancer Support Yorkshire, Citizens Advice Bradford & Airdale and Bradford Law Centre and Girlington Advice & Training Centre to deliver complex needs welfare advice across the Metropolitan District of Bradford.

Together we provide free, impartial, independent and confidential advice to those with complex and continuing health care conditions including but not exclusive to those relating to age, disability, sensory needs, learning disability and mental health issues.

British Sign Language (BSL)

For BSL users, we operate a drop in service on the first Monday of each month at our offices in Manningham Mills Community Centre. This service offers generalist benefit advice and information. It would help us to help you if you can let us know in advance should you want to attend this service. Please drop us an email at enquiry@equalitytogether.org.uk.

What We Can Offer

We at Equality Together can offer advice about:

  • Welfare Benefits (Application To Appeal)
  • Access To Social Care
  • Housing Issues
  • Motability Scheme
  • Accessible Transport
  • Blue Badges
  • Travel Cards / Passes
  • Energy & Utilities
  • NHS Costs
  • Immigration
  • Benefit Checks

Unsure about your entitlement?

If you are unsure about your entitlement, we will be able to check what benefits you should be able to claim. We will be able to advise you on how to make a claim and how long it will take.

Complex Needs Benefit Advice

When accessing our advice service, please be sure to have full details of your current household income, benefits and savings. Without this information, we may not be able to advise you.

Please note appointments are subject to capacity.

complex needs benefits advice for disabled people living the bradford district
  • Benefit Claim Forms – We can help you to complete forms such as Disability Living Allowance (for children), Personal Independence Payment (for adults), Attendance Allowance, Carer’s Allowance and Employment & Support Allowance.

  • Benefit Appeals – Please note due to changes in our funding we are no longer able to offer advice or assistance in relation to benefit appeals. However we do have some helpful resources and guidance which you may access on request.

  • All Other Benefit Enquiries – We offer advice on such benefits as housing and council tax benefit and personal independence payments. If you are looking to return to work, we will be able to advice you about how this may effect your benefits.

  • Appointments – If you require assistance in order to complete any claim forms, please telephone us on 01274 594173 between Monday to Thursday and speak to our reception team. Before making the call please make sure you know which form it is your require help with and check for any deadlines, otherwise we may be unable to book you an appointment.

    For appointments to complete benefit claim forms, please contact Morley Street directly, who will arrange an appointment on your behalf with one of our advisers.