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Join Our Exciting Courses and Activities at Mind in Harrow!

At Mind in Harrow, we offer activities that promote mental well-being and community connection, perfect for staying active, learning something new, or meeting like-minded individuals.

Mental Health Engagement Report – Survey Findings 

Mind in Harrow worked in partnership with Harrow Council to seek residents' views about their experiences of using local community-based mental health services commissioned by

Soaring for Mental Health: Arzaq and Ciaran’s Skydiving Triumph!

Arzaq and Ciaran courageously took to the skies, aiming high to support Mind in Harrow's mental health services, and their dedication paid off with an

Prioritise Mental Health in the London Mayoral Election

Why It Matters: London is facing a myriad of challenges, and the mental well-being of its residents is paramount. The strain of modern living, exacerbated

Mind in Harrow supports the LGBTQ+ community

Standing Together: Support for the LGBTQ+ Community in Harrow

Our hearts go out to the victim and their loved ones during this difficult time. We understand that events like these can create fear and

Celebrating Success: The Harrow Discretionary Freedom Pass Outcome!

At Mind in Harrow, we've been tirelessly campaigning for the preservation of this essential lifeline for our residents, and today, we celebrate a significant victory.

Harrow Council’s Plans to Revamp Harrow Community-Based Mental Health Services: Have Your Say!

Harrow Council are looking to redesign Harrow’s community-based mental health services. Harrow Council are working in Partnership with Mind in Harrow to gather feedback from

Celebrating Diwali and Generosity:

Hey Mind in Harrow community, Hope your weekend was as wonderful as ours! 🌟 We've got some fantastic news to share. On Sunday the 19th

Why Language Matters in Mental Health Discussions

Language plays a crucial role in mental health discussions. It can either perpetuate harmful stereotypes or reduce stigma and promote positive change. The words we