Mental Health Directory
Access information on mental health services in Harrow.
20 April 2016
Mind in Harrow is currently recruiting volunteers for its Mental Health...
20 April 2016
National Mind are asking all Londoners to take part in the action...
15 April 2016
We are currently recruiting new volunteers for our Befriending project....
Mind in Harrow is delighted that the Council has listened to the Save The Bridge campaigners and will continue funding the only open-access centre left in Harrow for people experiencing mental health problems.
Leader of Harrow Council, Cllr David Perry, has also announced that The Bridge will be able to stay open for years to come thanks to a new and innovative model of mental health services being run at the centre in partnership with the local community. This follows weeks of counsulations and work to devise a cost-effective solution, informed by the voices of the service users affected.
The Save The Bridge Campaign have said: "It's been inspirational to see people coming together, to see people affected by mental health issues use their varied talents, with each person playing a part. The Campaign has built up a fantastic team, which bodes well for the future working in partnership with the Council in its new service model. This is just the beginning."
Harrow Council have published a press release to accompany this excellent news.
Congratulations and thank you to all the campaigners who worked tirelessly to keep The Bridge open!
Are you aged 18-30, with lived experiencing of mental health issues, and want to gain volunteering experience working with other young people?
Why not try our free Mindkit Youth Wellbeing Training Course?
Mind in Harrow are looking for young people to offer their time and skills delivering wellbeing sessions to young people aged 14-25 in schools, colleges and other settings around Harrow. This is part of the Mindkit Youth Wellbeing Project, which we run in collaboration with other local Minds around London.
If you would like to take part in this project, you can join our training course and achieve a fully accredited Level 4 qualification. You will also gain the skills and confidence to become a trainer.
The next training course will start on Thursday 12th May and continue on the same day each week. This will be the final recruitment for this project, so make sure you sign up if you are interested! To get involved in this exciting opportunity, we are asking you to commit to volunteer with us for one year for at least 1 day per month after completing the course.
Do something amazing and make a difference to young people!
To apply or for more details contact Rachel Deeds on firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 8426 0929 / 07958 684 425. You can also view the flyer for this opportunity as well as download the volunteer application form.