Harrow User Group supports mental health service users to be actively engaged in the improvement of mental health services in Harrow in a way that reflects their needs, wishes and expectations. HUG also aims to promote a positive image of mental health users in the community in order to improve rights and opportunities. HUG reflects the diversity of the local community. Benefits of membership include:
- A free quarterly newsletter with up to date news and reviews about mental health issues
- Invitations to monthly meetings with guest speakers
- Invites to quarterly forums where you will have the chance to tell senior managers your concerns
- The chance to become a User Representative, which involves reviewing different mental health services within a small working group; training and support is provided and you will even get paid for your attendance at sessions
First Floor, 132-134 College Road, Harrow, HA1 1BQ
Mind in Harrow
User Involvement Worker
Who is it for:
Mental health service users wanting to have a greater say in the way in which mental health services are provided and delivered.
English, access to interpreter if needed. Members of the group speak a variety of different languages, including Gujarati, Hindi and Tamil.
How to apply:
Self referral, free membership.
All buses to Harrow town centre.
Harrow on the Hill (Metropolitan Line)