One in four of us will experience a mental health problem. We believe no-one should have to face a mental health problem alone. We’ll listen, offer you support and fight your corner.Find out how we can help
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“I am now back in full time work, computer literate and getting my life back on track. None of this would have been possible without the help of the hospital and Mind in Harrow.”Read more
The lived experience of people with mental health problems is at the heart of everything we say and do. We provide life-saving support when people need it most. We campaign for better mental health services. We work to transform understanding of mental health in the workplace, in schools and public services.Find out more
young people have improved mental health coping strategies
employees feel more confident to support people with mental health problems
people would recommend our service to a friend
Find out how you or your organisation can raise money for us and support our life-saving work. There many exciting and fun ways to get involved!
Find out how we can support better mental health awareness for your staff and managers in your workplace, school or service. See our range of cost effective courses.
September 10, 2020
Suicide is a tough topic for many to confront, but it’s important not to shy
September 7, 2020
At Mind in Harrow, our HeadsUp project supports Youth Mental Health Day on 7 September
September 1, 2020
You can now join the next set of our Stepping Stones courses, FREE and ONLINE
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Coronavirus policy statement
Mind in Harrow is following strictly the NHS Public Health guidance for social distancing to prevent the spread of Coronavirus. Our first priority is the safety of our services users, volunteers and staff. We will only offer face-to-face activities where we have risk assessed that we can undertake these safely. Currently all our services and activities are running remotely. We are still available to provide services, support, and information. We’re still running most of our services and are still here for you, just in a slightly different way. As always, we welcome people getting in touch with us via website, email or phone.