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Become a Youth WellbeingTrainer!

Why not try something new in 2018 and become a Volunteer Youth Wellbeing Trainer?

Youth Wellbeing volunteers deliver emotional wellbeing workshops to young people in schools and youth services in Harrow, helping to improve young people’s understanding of mental health and providing strategies to help them improve their emotional health. 

We provide you with the skills, knowledge and support to deliver wellbeing sessions to young people all around the borough of Harrow. Volunteers will undertake a 5 week course for 1 day per week, where we provide you with knowledge, resources and key presentation and public speaking skills to deliver workshops. Once we feel you are ready, you will join our volunteer training team. There will be additional day of training after the main course to support with personal stories. 

We are recruiting now, so don't delay! To apply for this volunteer opportunity and to find out more click here. Application forms to be returned to Rachel Deeds Youth Wellbeing Co-ordinator r.deeds@mindinharrow.org.uk as soon as possible. 

You can also call Rachel on 020 8426 0929 for more information.



Become a Mental Health Champion!

The Harrow User Group is currently seeking Community mental health champions. 

Are you over 18 years?

Do you live in Harrow? Or have GP in Harrow? 

Would you like to improve your mental wellbeing and inspire others?

We offer:

Free confidence and assertiveness training

Volunteer & Sessional paid work opportunities (10 per hour)

Group and one to one support

Use your experience of mental health services to help others.

Meet people and make friends 

We welcome applications from people of any age (18+), cultural background and life experience. Training will be offered over three days: the 13th, 20th and 29th of March 2018. Deadline for applications: 9th March 5pm

If you are interested, please contact Raksha Pandya on 020 8515 7868 or email r.pandya@mindinharrow.org.uk

You can find out more about the Harrow User Group on our webpage or via the volunteering opportunities page. You can also download the training flyer here.