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This fact sheet will give some background information to what advocacy is and how to go about finding advocacy through useful organisations.
Source: Mind in Harrow

Depression

This factsheet has information on depression and on services if you, or someone you are concerned about, is depressed.
Source: Mind in Harrow

Drug and Alcohol Abuse

This fact sheet will give some background information on how drug or alcohol abuse can be linked to mental health problems (also called "dual diagnosis") and how to find help through statutory and voluntary sector organisations in Harrow in addition to national organisations.
Source: Mind in Harrow

Eating Disorders

This factsheet will give some background information to what eating distress is and how to go about finding help from local statutory and voluntary sector organisations in Harrow, and useful national organisations.
Source: Mind in Harrow

Housing & Homelessness

Lists full details of key Harrow services that can be contacted if you need support or advice related to housing for people with mental health problems.
Source: Mind in Harrow

ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

250,000 people in the UK suffer from this illness of uncertain cause. ME/CFS (Myalgic Encephalopathy/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) causes a range of symptoms, including severe and persistent fatigue.
Source: Mind in Harrow

Mind in Harrow Welfare Rights Bulletin

This bulletin is for people experiencing mental health problems who need information on welfare rights and finances
Source: Mind in Harrow

Personality Disorders

Gives some background information to what Personality Disorder is and how to go about finding help from national organisations.
Source: Mind in Harrow

Phobias and Panic Attacks

Gives some information about phobias and panic attacks and how to find help through local statutory agencies, in addition to national organizations.
Source: Mind in Harrow

Schizophrenia

This factsheet provides some information on schizophrenia and the services available to help people. Some of the information is taken from National Mind booklet, 'Understanding Schizophrenia'.
Source: Mind in Harrow
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