Mental Health Directory
Access information on mental health services in Harrow.
19 May 2015
If you are a mental health service user living in Harrow, you could...
18 May 2015
Paul O’Connell of Kingsbury, North-West London, along with seven...
30 April 2015
Statement by the Chief Executive, Mark Gillham During the...
As part of the Youth Wellbeing Project, Mind in Harrow are offering free wellbeing and resilience workshops for young people aged 18-25 in their schools and colleges. Young people will learn skills and approaches to look after their mental and emotional health which can improve their confidence, ability to cope with life’s challenges and performance. Their workshop facilitators will also be young people, aged 18-30 years, who have their own experiences of mental health challenges and difficulties.
Workshops are 40 minutes long and can fit into your timetable. All volunteers and trained and DBS-checked. The workshops will involve activities and information introducing young people to the Five Ways to Wellbeing and living mindfully. They will also receive online, post-workshop support and resources. Your organisation and staff will be able to build their knowledge around supporting young people’s wellbeing and resilience.
If you are interested in having a workshop run at your school or college, please contact Rachel Deeds on 07958 684425 or 020 8426 0929, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also view the project flyer.
The Tamil Mindful Money Project runs regular workshops to help members of Harrow's Tamil community who are affected by mental health issues. It offers both one-on-one and group support, as well as help with interpreting and opportunities to meet other people.
The next series of workshops will each cover one of the following two areas:
All these workshops will take place at the Carramea Community Resource Centre, 27 Northolt Rd, South Harrow. There are also workshops scheduled for July, September, October and November; you can visit the Tamil Mindful Money homepage for more information. You can also get in contact with the project worker Ted Jacob at 020 8426 0929 or email@example.com.