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HUG Forum: "We can get through this"

Harrow User Group invites you to its first virtual forum on October 16th at 1:30pm

Harrow User Group invites you to its first virtual forum: “We can get through this”

Friday 16th October 2020
at 1:30pm – 3.00pm

Theme: “We can get through this!”

What matters to you now during the continuing pandemic?
Hear updates about what’s going on.

The Forum will be held on Zoom, and login details will be sent out by text or email to registered HUG members for whom we hold mobile numbers or email addresses.
If you have not received details by text or email, please check your Junk email folder, otherwise contact us on info@mindinharrow.org.uk or 020 8426 0929 to update the contact details we hold for you or to request the details be sent by post.

Remembering Raksha Pandya, User Involvement Coordinator

At the beginning of the Forum, we will be remembering Raksha Pandya, who passed away on 6 April 2020. She was the much-loved User Involvement Coordinator for 9 years and is profoundly missed. Please read this commemoration of her life .

Forum Programme

1.30pm Introductions to Harrow User Group (HUG) Reps and invited staff

1.35pm Remembering Raksha Pandya, ex-User Involvement Coordinator:

1 minute clap and lighting a candle at home
Sharing memories of Raksha
Plans for memorial tree planting

2.00pm New Campaigns & Engagement Coordinator appointment update

2.05pm Forum discussion ‘We can get through this!’

What matters to you now? What should the Harrow User Group be campaigning on?

2.40pm Updates from HUG Reps:

• New HUG Mental Health Support Needs Report
• CNWL NHS Mental Health Trust service changes
• Council day services review (Bridge and Wiseworks)
• Homelessness campaign

2.55pm Date of next Forum – To be confirmed date in November

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