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Mind in Harrow 2017 AGM

We are pleased to invite you to the Mind in Harrow Annual General Meeting 2017!

Our AGM theme this year is "Tackling Mental Health Stigma at Work". Our guest speaker Geoff McDonald is an international speaker, campaigner, writer and participant in BBC programmes to break mental health stigma in the Corporate World. There will also be a speaker from our Head for Work Project Team at Mind in Harrow which specialises in recruiting trainees and delivering training to organisations to raise awareness for mental health in the workplace. We will also be electing our newest trustees and there is still time apply for this position, to find out more click here. The AGM will be a fun and interesting event for all, including from the Ukulele group and refreshments!

The AGM will take place on Wednesday 6th December 2017 from 3.00pm-7.00pm at Harrow Civic Centre, Members Lounge, Station Road, Harrow, HA1 2XY.


3pm Welcome, Tea & Coffee, Ukulele Performance

3.30pm AGM Business

4.15pm Guest Speaker: Geoff McDonald

4.45pm Mind in Harrow Project Presentations

5.15pm Presentation of certificates to volunteers

5.45pm Music with light refreshments

7pm Close

If you would like to attend the AGM, RSVP by Thursday 30th November 2017 with Tracey on 020 8515 7851 (voicemail) or email You can also download the flyer for the AGM here.

You can also become a 2017/18 member of Mind in Harrow – annual membership is free for mental health service users, 1 for those unwaged, 5 for waged people and 7.50 for organisations. Membership allows you to nominate and vote for trustees at our AGM. Simply download this form, fill it in and return it to us!

Free Wellbeing and Crisis Care Training

Over the last few months, we have been successfully delivering a number of free training workshops covering mental health awareness and crisis care.

These workshops are targeted to reach specific community groups, to raise awareness and understanding of mental health and crisis support. The workshops are split in two parts and take place over a two days period. One of the days will focus on mental health awareness, while the other will focus on crisis care. Attendees can choose whether they wish to attend one or both of the days. There are still places available for the workshops taking place in November and December, so don’t forget to register your free place. 

The mental health awareness (MHA) workshops will cover:

common mental health conditions

the importance of getting mental health support early

how to get mental health support for yourself and others

The crisis care (CC) workshops will cover:

what to do in a mental health crisis and how to get support

recovery and how to avoid crisis

The dates for these workshops are as follows. To book your ticket, please click the Eventbrite link and sign up.

For all members of the community

Tuesday 14th November (MHA) and Wednesday 15th November (CC)

Sign up via Eventbrite

Contact Hanlie Burger on 020 8426 0929 or

For South Asian Communities

Tuesday 5th December (CC) and Wednesday 6th December (MHA)

Sign up via Eventbrite

Contact Hanlie Burger on 020 8426 0929 or