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Our parterships

We are committed to work closely in partnership to promote mental health, keep people safe and ensure joined up services.

Mind in Harrow is committed to work closely in partnership with NHS, Harrow Local Authority, other public bodies, the Mind Network, voluntary and community sector organisations and businesses to promote mental health, keep people safe and ensure joined up services.

 

Support & Wellbeing Information Service Harrow (SWiSH)

A service delivered in a consortium with 4 other local specialist charities to offer a Care Act Information and Advice Service, commissioned by Harrow Council.

HeadsUp

A service delivered in a partnership with 4 other specialist charities, funded by the City Bridge Trust. Mind in Harrow is the lead organisations for this service.

Harrow Talking Therapies Service

A service offered in partnership with CNWL NHS Foundation Trust to deliver the NHS Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme.

Harrow Social Prescribing Service including GP Primary Care Networks

A partnership between the local voluntary sector consortium Harrow Community Action (HCA), Harrow Council Public Health and GP Primary Care Networks to employ a team of Social Prescribing Link Workers.

Membership of Networks

  • Harrow Community Action (HCA) member
  • Harrow Multi-Agency Safeguarding Adults Board
  • Mental Health Providers Forum
  • Harrow Integrated Care Partnership
  • Harrow Children & Young People’s Emotional Health Board
  • Mind in London and the Diverse Minds Network

Affiliations

Mind (National Association for Mental Health) as one of over 100 local Minds.

Our other regular current partner organisations

See our Annual Report for a full list of our partners.

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Currently, during the coronavirus outbreak, our services and activities are running remotely. We will only begin again to offer face-to-face activities when we can undertake these safely.