EACH offers a range of community-based services to enable individuals and families to sustain positive change, remain safe, achieve personal goals and support recovery. Services are offered in a safe, confidential and accessible environment and address the multiple needs that people present with – health, social, housing, education, training and employment. Treatment is person-centred and individualised, taking into account personal experience, circumstances and cultural background. In particular, EACH offers culturally sensitive services to meet the needs of certain communities.
In Harrow, EACH offers a number of services. These include the following:
- Project STRIDE: Employment, Training and Education programme
- Domestic violence counselling
- Mental health counselling for members of ethnic minority communities
- Pathways: two mental wellbeing programmes, one specifically for members of the South Asian community, one open to anyone 18+ in Harrow and Brent; Pathways provides 1:1 counselling, support groups and social activities to help participants explore mental health concerns
There are also EACH services in Brent, Ealing, Hillingdon and Hounslow. Please see the EACH website for more details and how to get in touch.
Signal House, 16 Lyon Road, Harrow, HA1 2AG
Harrow (also services in Ealing and Brent)
Mon-Fri 9.30am-5pm/ Late openings Monday and Thursdays till 7:00pm.
Who is it for:
Anyone concerned for their own or a loved one's wellbeing regarding drug/alcohol use, violence or mental health. Provides service for young people aged 11-18 and older.
Harrow offers English, Hindi, Gujerati, Bengali, Farsi and Urdu (other services vary, see here
How to apply:
Get in contact via the details above
All buses that serve Harrow Bus Station
Harrow-on-the-Hill (Metropolitan, National Rail)
Several car parks nearby