Mental health and wellbeing

Support Services

Links to health and wellbeing support groups

  • Good thinking: Mental health resources for Londoners supported by the NHS, GLA and Public Health England.    
  • 5 steps to mental wellbeing: hints from the NHS to help you feel more positive.
  • ACAS:  gives employees and employers free, impartial advice on workplace rights, rules and best practice.
  • Bentley HouseCall 0208 424 7701 or present in person to meet a duty worker or email  or
  • Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust: information for carers. Caring responsibilities can be stressful and negatively impact a carers’ own health and wellbeing.
  • Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust Recovery College: a range of educational courses, workshops and resources free to people who use Central and North West London NHS Foundation services, their supporters, friends, family, carers and staff. Free to people who have been discharged from the Trust’s services within the last 12 months.
  • Debt advice: no matter how desperate things seem, there are ways to manage your debts.
  • Harrow Cove: providing mental health support in the form of 1:1s, Drop-in support, Emotional support & signposting, Group activities
  • Harrow CAMHS: provides community mental health services to children and young people up to the age of 18 with complex mental health difficulties, and their families.
  • Harrow Horizons: a targeted mental health and wellbeing service for children and young people delivered throughout the community of Harrow.
  • Harrow Talking Therapies: a range of Talking Therapies in Harrow for people who feel anxious and worried or down and depressed.
  • Keeping well: an online resource for health and care staff
  • Kooth: an online mental wellbeing community for young people
  • Mental Health Foundation: anyone can follow this advice, which is free. Why not start today?
  • Mental health helpline and websites: collected resource guide from the NHS showing contact details for a range of charities and support groups.
  • Mind in Harrow Mental Health Information Directory: a directory contains listings for organisations and services that can help people in Harrow with many mental health and related issues.
  • More steps to wellbeing: suggestions from Mind to help your mental health and wellbeing
  • Need to Talk: counselling services in Harrow. Funded by the National Lottery, the charity offers a non-judgemental, understanding and safe place where concerns and issues can be worked on and explored by a fully qualified counsellor on a one-to one basis.
  • NHS Every Mind Matters: General mental health support and specific help for those anxious about coronavirus and its effects.
  • NHS mindfulness resources: Reconnecting with the world around us and improving awareness of our own bodies can help with a variety of mental health issues.
  • Samaritans:  Call 116 123. Every 10 seconds, Samaritans responds to a call for help. No judgement. No pressure.
  • Shout text crisis service: 85258
  • Young Harrow Foundation: a membership organisation that supports voluntary organisations delivering services and activities for children and young people in Harrow.