HeadsUp Harrow

Price: Free | Project by: Mind in Harrow
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About Project

HeadsUp Harrow is a partnership of 5 local charities providing specialized mental health services to 11-25-year olds who face additional barriers to accessing support.

We work with young people who either live or go to school in Harrow and would benefit from support in one of the following specialisms:

  • have a diagnosis of ADHD or Autism (the Centre for ADHD & Autism Support)
  • are LGBTQ+ or are questioning their sexuality and/or gender (Mosaic LGBT+ Young Persons Trust)
  • are from a refugee or asylum-seeking family, or are an unaccompanied minor (Paiwand)
  • self-harm (The wish centre)

You may be able to access 1-1 therapy, counseling or mentoring; group therapy including art therapy, group courses; activities, youth club, or volunteering.

Complete a referral form:

Refer a young person (parents, carers, and professionals)

Refer yourself

Project availability

During: School Term , School Holidays & Bank Holidays

No application required, simply go on the next available date.

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In-person Support In-person Support
Target Young People , Parents , Charities
Cost Free
Location Across Harrow
132-134 College Road
Harrow, HA1 1BQ
Available from - to 01/01/2020-30/09/2023
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We are a specialist organisation delivering programmes tailored to children with Special Educational Needs & Disabilities and we have capacity to offer extensive 1:1 support. Contact us to discuss how we can support your child.

Any questions about the project?
Call 020 8426 0929 or email us at email hidden; JavaScript is required

No application required, simply go on the next available date.
Organiser
Mind in Harrow

Mind in Harrow

tel: 020 8426 0929
web: https://www.mindinharrow.org.uk/
132-134 College Road
Harrow, HA1 1BQ

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In Cooperation with:

A partnership between: Mosaic LGBT+ Young Persons' Trust, The Wish Centre, Afghan Association Paiwand, Mind in Harrow, Centre for ADHD & Autism Support.

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