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 service is a collaboration between Harrow Council, Family Action (SENDIAS Service in Harrow), Coffee Afrik CIC, Central and North West London (CNWL), Fresh Arts C.I.C, Khulisa, Heads Up Partnership, Kooth (XenZone), Sweetscience, Barnardo's, Harrow Carers, The Wish Centre, Mind in Harrow and The Josh Hanson Charitable Trust.

CNWL Mental Health Partnership (5-25yrs)

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