Who is Harrow Mental Health Service for?
Adults aged 18 and above who have mental health problems and are registered with a Harrow GP.
What does the service provide?
There are a wide range of community recovery services for adults and their families/carers that include:
- CNWL Recovery College
- Community outreach
- Community recovery teams
- Early intervention teams
- Psychotherapy services, including memory assessment service
Harrow Mental Health Service team identify and agree a brief package of care that may include one of the following:
- Assessment and brief treatment service e.g. talking treatment or supervised medication
- Referral to another type of mental health service, e.g. Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT), Primary Care Counselling or Wellbeing Centres Service, e.g. community recovery team.
How do I access the service?
Referrals can be made by health professionals such as a GP or social workers.
Adults who are referred to the service must have complex mental health and social care needs that require longer term multi-disciplinary interventions/treatments.
Any referral that does not meet the threshold will be signposted to other local services, such as voluntary sector partners, or redirected back to the original referrer.