Harrow Borough-Based Partnership (BBP), is a collaboration between the NHS, Harrow Council, and the Voluntary Sector.

Together, they are on a mission to work with children, families and communities in Harrow to support better care and healthier lives.

Driving change for children and young people

To deliver on their mission, Harrow Borough Based Partnership has three priorities which can be found in their 3 year delivery plan.

A core part of their approach, is to deliver transformational change for Harrows' children and young people, through more integrated services.

Three-year plan

How they will achieve this

There are four delivery priorities which form part of the Children & Young People Service Integration Programme, designed to support more joined-up children and young people services in Harrow. Below are these plans.

Collaborate with BBP

If you work with children and young people, and you want to hear more about the integration roll out in Harrow, or see how you can be involved in the design and consultation, sign up here.

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What are Family Hubs?

Family Hubs are a way of bringing together all the support a family may need. Helping families with children aged 0-19 or up to 25 with SEND (Special Education, Needs and Disabilities). Family Hubs support connection with a range of services that can address needs at the earliest opportunity.

We don’t know exactly what this looks like for Harrow yet as BBP and partners are in the process of designing it, but the plans are on track to be finalised by January 2024.

We have included a video to show you how a different London borough has achieved Family Hubs.

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