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Harrow Horizons

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Harrow Horizons
21 Pinner Road
Harrow, HA1 4ES
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Project runs on following dates
School Term
School Holidays
Bank Holidays

The activity runs from 19 April 2020 to 21 August 2022. The Young Harrow Foundation does not manage bookings for this activity and is not responsible for the delivery of the project. If you have any questions, please contact the organisation directly.


Mental health: Emotional Health and Wellbeing support service for Children and Young People living in Harrow or who are registered with a Harrow GP.

About the service:

Harrow Horizons is a mental health and wellbeing service for children and young people delivered throughout the community of Harrow. It offers a wide range of therapeutic interventions for children and young people who do not meet the criteria for specialist CAMHS intervention.

Harrow Horizons is there to support children and young people aged 0 to 18, and young people with special educational needs and disabilities up to the age of 25 alongside their families in Harrow who need help to improve their emotional health and wellbeing.

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

How to do I refer?

A young person, 13 years and over can make a self-referral to Harrow Horizons. You can request a referral form by calling the office on 0208 427 1322 or emailing harrowhorizons@barnardos.org.uk.

Parents, carers, teachers and other professionals can also make a referral for children and young people aged 0–18 or up to 25 for young people with Special Education Needs.

What happens to my referral?

Once we have received your completed referral form a member of our team will be in contact with you to let you know what happens next. You will either be accepted for an assessment or signposted to a more suitable service. If accepted, the team will contact you to arrange an assessment appointment.

What happens on the day of my assessment appointment?

Your assessment will take place at the Harrow Horizons office. If you are over 13 years of age you are welcome to attend the assessment appointment on your own, with your parents or with a person of your choice. When you arrive your allocated clinician will greet you and sign you in. The assessment will take place in one of our therapy rooms and the clinician will talk to you about what’s going on for you at the moment and the kinds of support Harrow Horizons can offer you. The appointment will last for around an hour to give you a chance to get to know your clinician and ask any questions you may have.

What happens after my assessment appointment?

Your allocated clinician will be in contact to arrange your first session appointment; this will usually be around 6 weeks after your assessment appointment. Sessions will usually take place once a week for up to 6 weeks either at your school, college or the Harrow Horizons office; this will be agreed with you during your assessment appointment.



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