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About Organisation

We are the UK's largest children's charity

We help transform the lives of the most vulnerable children and young people in the UK.

We listen to them. We believe in them – no matter who they are, what they have done or what they have been through.

This belief started with our founder Thomas Barnardo, who stood up for the most vulnerable children in society.

Our vision is his vision – a world where no child is turned away.

Harrow Horizons

Many children and young people, at times, can struggle with their emotional and mental health. This can impact upon all areas of their lives, at home, at school and with their friends. It can be bewildering for young people, parents and carers to know what to do and where to ask for help.

This service provides mental health and therapeutic support, including early intervention, for those at risk of homelessness and other harmful behaviours.

Provides counselling, information, advice and guidance on recovering and rebuilding family relationships.

Harrow Horizons is there to support children and young people in Harrow who need help to improve their emotional health and wellbeing. We work with children and young people aged 0 to 18, or up to 25 with a special educational need or disability, alongside their families.

Our service is based in Harrow and run by qualified clinicians, experienced practitioners and volunteers. We work closely with schools and other services across the borough, providing confidential, focused, targeted support for those who need it most.

We accept referrals from young people themselves, parents/carers and professionals by email, phone and face to face.


21 Pinner Road
Harrow, HA1 4ES

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