CNWL Mental Health Partnership (5-25yrs)

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About Organisation

The Central and North West London (CNWL) Mental Health Partnership is a brand new service in Harrow dedicated to helping young adults aged 5-25 who are struggling with their emotional and mental health.

The pandemic turned young people’s lives upside down and we know that a lot of young people are struggling. This service is for any young person aged 5-25 who may be feeling anxious or stressed, who may be waiting for a CAMHS referral, experiencing self-harming, or simply struggling to feel ok.

How does it work

There is a range of different FREE services and types of support available through this new pathway. They are delivered by a range of different organizations. You can browse the services below, and book them directly. Young people can self-refer, or local professionals e.g. a GP or School/college can also refer a young person to this service.

What organisations are involved

This new service is a collaboration between Harrow Council, Central & Northwest London (CNWL) NHS Foundation Trust, Wish, Harrow Carers, Gendered Intelligence, and Coffee Afrik CIC.

CNWL Mental Health Partnership (5-25yrs)

Member Organisations: