Heads Up Partnership

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About Organisation

HeadsUp Harrow is a consortium partnership of 5 local charities offering specialist mental health services to young people aged 11-25 across Harrow who face additional barriers to support. The service is provided by Mind in Harrow, Mosaic LGBT+ Young Persons’ Trust, Centre for ADHD and Autism Support, Paiwand and The WISH Centre.

What can we offer young people?

HeadsUp offers a selection of support including one-to-one and group support sessions, depending on the needs of the young person. Across our partners, our areas of expertise are LGBT+, refugees and asylum seekers, ADHD and Autistic young people and support for self-harm, abuse and neglect.

How can we help you help your young people?

HeadsUp Harrow is excited to offer a brand new suite of classroom resources, including educational videos and full lesson plans to help you deliver high-quality mental health education in your school, college or youth centre. We can also offer staff training and CPD, peer-led student assemblies and workshops, bespoke advice and support and student drop-in sessions.

How do I access HeadsUp?

To refer to HeadsUp, for further information on referrals, service criteria and what we offer, please contact the Single Point of Access, Mind in Harrow:

  • headsupharrow.uk
  • headsup@mindinharrow.org.uk

If you would prefer to contact one of our specialist services directly, their contact details are provided below:

  • Centre for Autism & ADHD Tel: 020 8429 1552 enquiries@adhdandautism.org
  • Mosaic Youth Centre Tel: 0800 161 5428 info@mosaicyouth.org.uk
  • Paiwand Tel 020 8905 8770 info@paiwand.com
  • The WISH Centre Tel: 020 8416 7277 info@thewishcentre.org.uk

Heads Up Partnership
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College Road College Road
Harrow, HA1 1BQ
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Part of the:

A partnership between: Family Action (SENDIAS Service in Harrow), Central and North West London (CNWL), Fresh Arts C.I.C, Khulisa, Heads Up Partnership, Harrow Carers, Mind in Harrow, The Josh Hanson Charitable Trust, Sweet Science Foundation.