Achieving level A for Quality

Our over-arching commitment is to ensure that our services and accommodation meet high standards throughout our provision


Bradford Quality Assessment Framework

Our support services and accommodation have; as of March 2013, been assessed and validated at Level:

(BQAF) –  A

Using the Bradford Quality Assessment Framework (BQAF) adopted by Supporting People, Thus recognising the quality standards across our provision

Quality housing

Quality Accommodation

To promote and deliver safe, secure and accessible accommodation to single homeless men.

Service User Involvement & Participation

We encourage receivers of our support to put forward their views and ideas in relation to the management and development of Bradford Cyrenians services.

Equality, diversity & Inclusion

To work with diverse communities, who benefit in a fair, inclusive and supportive way that values individuality and recognises cultures, values and beliefs.

Training & Development

To provide quality induction packages and training opportunities to staff and management committee members as part of an on- going commitment to learning and development.

flexible support

Policy development

To recruit staff who share and respect Bradford Cyrenians core beliefs and are committed to delivering quality services to vulnerable people, through effective management of resources and policy development.

Monitoring & Continuous Improvements

To establish continuous monitoring systems that set out clear targets and enable Bradford Cyrenians to develop and respond to the changing   environment that we work within.

Flexible support packages

To deliver a package of housing-related support that meets the individual needs of participants.

Partnership working

To work effectively in partnership with other professional organisations. To deliver a range of support packages that assist the people we support to reach their goals and aspirations.

Strategic Relevance & Benefits to the District

Bradford Cyrenians aims and objectives are linked to local and national strategies adopted by Bradford Metropolitan District Council.

  • Supporting People
  • Housing & Homelessness, including Rough Sleeping
  • Substance Misuse & Alcohol
  • Community Cohesion & Local Area Agreements/Planning
  • Crime & Disorder
  • Mental Health
Benefits District
Investors in People
National Centre for Diversity
Loterry Funded
Poloice & Crime Commissioner