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Cost of Living Support

Find local support and resources about food, mental health, housing, and low-cost furniture and electrics to help with the cost of living crisis in Harrow.

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HAY Harrow

The HAY Harrow report is a comprehensive investigation of the health and well-being of young people studying and living in Harrow in 2021. A total of 6,052 children and young people, across 25 schools and two Colleges, answered a survey asking questions about their health and well-being.

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Mental health services

There is a new mental health partnership now available in Harrow, with free mental health services and resources for young people aged 5-25. These services are community-based services open for referrals from parents, schools, GPs, and other professionals working with young people.

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HELP Harrow

This is a new way of connecting vulnerable residents to vital local services throughout the current pandemic and beyond. Help Harrow offers support for food, and advice, as well as mental health and emotional well-being services for children, young people, and adults.

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On this website you can find

Organisations supporting young people in Harrow
Activities and support in Harrow
Vacancies, apprenticeships, and volunteering opportunities
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Free Spaces For Children and Young People at Easter Holiday Clubs in Harrow


Over 1,000 free places are available for children and young people aged 5-16, at local clubs and activities this Easter holiday. Each space also includes a free nutritious meal, per day. To be eligible for the programme, families must be living or studying in Harrow and in receipt of (means-tested) free school meals.