for professionals to refer a young person to HeadsUp
HeadsUp is a partnership between four local charities in Harrow to provide specialist mental health service to young people aged 11-25 based in Harrow. This service is provided by the Mosaic LGBT+ Young Persons’ Centre, Paiwand, the Centre for ADHD and Autism Support and The WISH Centre.
The partnership service provides peer-run emotional well-being workshops for all young people and specialist one-to-one or group sessions tailored for young people from the LGBT+ community, young people from refugee and asylum seeking families, young people with a diagnosis/suspected diagnosis of ADHD or Autism and young people who self-harm or have experience of sexual exploitation, abuse or neglect. Aims are; to improve mental health coping strategies, self-esteem, self-image, resilience and sense of belonging; and to reduce isolation and symptoms of trauma including anxiety and stress.
Case support for homelessness or other welfare benefits, specialist substance misuse interventions, financial advice, legal advice or employment casework but we can provide information about where to find this help.
Please ensure the ‘Client consent for referral’ box is ticked before sending to the service.
To refer directly to the WISH Centre, you can complete their online referral form. Make sure to tick the box ‘via HeadsUp’ at the start of the form.
For referrals as a general enquiry, please send the referral form to Mind in Harrow:
Mind in Harrow,
132 – 134 College Rd,
Tel: 020 8426 0929
Centre for ADHD & Autism Support
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 020 8429 1552
Email email@example.com Tel: 0800 161 5428
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 020 8905 8770
The WISH Centre
Email:email@example.com Tel: 020 8416 7277
Mind in Harrow is the Joint Data Controller with our service partner organisations, which means we are jointly responsible for processing your personal information in electronic or paper formats, as appropriate to provide a service to you.
We take your privacy seriously and promise to never sell your data. You can find out more about your rights, how we use your personal information and how we keep your details safe and secure by reading our Privacy Statement. If you are concerned about the confidentiality of your personal information, please contact us by phone on 020 8426 0929 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.