- About Us
Who We Are
The Brunswick Centre was the name given to Calderdale HIV/AIDS Link (CHAL) in 2002 when it extended it's HIV services into Kirklees.
Values and Principles
The Brunswick Centre enables people from the communities we serve to make informed choices, build healthier relationships and live positive lives free of stigma.
Safeguarding is everyone's responsibility and underpins our approach to delivering services, working with service users and the recruitment of staff, sessional workers and volunteers.
Data Protection and Confidentiality
We take seriously the need to protect personal data, information and confidentiality. Please read our Data Protection Notice and Confidentiality Policy here.
We have a team of Trustees who have overall control of the charity and are responsible for making sure we’re doing what we were set up to do.
Chair and takes the lead on Safeguarding.
Vice Chair and takes the lead on Engagement.
Takes the lead on Data Protection.
Takes the lead on Communications.
Company Secretary and takes the lead on Funding and Bid Writing.
Newsletter and Impact Report
We publish a quarterly newsletter and annual impact report highlighting our work and activities.
The Support Team forms part of the Brunswick Centre and aims to work with service users in a holistic way so that their social care needs are met and their well-being maintained and improved.
The HIV Prevention team targets interventions at communities most at risk of HIV. Staff work to inform, empower and give support to individuals from these at-risk communities to prevent HIV transmission.
The yOUTh Service is funded by the Big Lottery Fund and works across all of Kirklees providing support to LGB&T young people, their parents and carers.
Smoking cigarettes is bad for us, but why can’t we stop? Our first mission tackles this question, with the aim of supporting people – and arming them with the knowledge – to quit cigarettes once and for all.
It can help to talk in confidence to a skilled professional, and the Brunswick Centre can offer up to 12 counselling sessions with a qualified and experienced counsellor free of charge.
We offer briefings, basic awareness sessions, information around our work and bespoke in-depth sessions to meet your specific requirements.