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Mental Wellbeing and Employment event coming soon

On Tuesday 11 October, in partnership with EACH's Project STRIDE, we will be running a workshop and employment fair focusing on mental wellbeing at work. This event will empower you to access employment and stay well at work through the use of positive psychology.

This FREE event will take place from 9.30am to 1pm at Harrow Civic Centre, Station Road, Harrow, HA1 2XY. The programme will consist of:

  • Registration from 9:30am
  • Positive Psychology Workshop
    Council Chambers, 10am-11.30am
    Learn five elements to enhance wellbeing
  • Employment Fair
    Members Lounge, 11.30am-1.30pm
    Meet employers and get help with your CV

If you wish to attend, please register via Eventbrite – you can attend either the workshop, the employment fair or both. Employers who wish to be part of the employment fair can also register via Eventbrite; just click "Register" and select the ticket option "Book a stall at the employment fair".

If you have any questions, please contact Project STRIDE at 020 8961 8623 or Mind in Harrow at 020 8426 0929. The flyer for the event is also available to download.

Smoking Cessation Services in Harrow – have your say

Harrow Council is currently running a consultation regarding its smoking cessation services. One of the ways it is proposing to save money is by ending its work to help people in Harrow stop smoking. This includes the following services:

  • Commissioned and Specialist Stop Smoking Services
  • Training on Tobacco and Smoking Cessation
  • Campaigns to raise awareness of the harm of smoking, promote attempts to quit smoking and stop young people from smoking
  • Stop Smoking expertise for businesses, professionals and partners
  • Work to tackle the proliferation of illegal tobacco and the growth of shisha

You can read more about the consulation on the Harrow Council website, including links to respond to the consultation and sign up for notifications about it. The consultation ends on the 3rd of November so make sure you respond before then. A local doctor has also set up a petition to save these services, which can be found on the website.

If these services were to end, people wishing to stop smoking would need to get help via their GP, pharmacy or other national, charitable or commercial services. Two online services that may be of use are Quitza, a social network for people quitting smoking, and Freedom From Smoking, an online programme of support through learning modules and message boards.