Welcome to Harrow CAMHS
The team at 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, in a range of different ways depending on their needs.
Our psychologists, psychiatrists, and therapists provide assessment and treatment packages for children and young people and their families. Treatment may include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), family therapy, individual and group psychotherapy.
Medication is also used when appropriate and carefully monitored by the doctors.
Child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) provide community mental health services to children, young people up the age of 18, registered with a GP in the borough, with complex mental health difficulties, and their families in a range of different ways depending on their needs.
These services are mostly provided in the community, but we also have two specialist inpatient services for children aged five to 13, and 13 to 18.
Speak to your GP to make a referral or contact the service directly.
|140, 395, 398, 487 (Corbins Lane stop)||Northolt Park station (Chiltern Railways)||(nearest to furthest); South Harrow (Piccadilly)||There are metered spaces locally|
The service is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm (closed on public holidays)
Children and young people in Harrow can now access a wide range of free mental health and emotional support programmes thanks to a new partnership between CNWL, Harrow Council and Young Harrow Foundation.
All services can be accessed online at https://youngharrowfoundation.org/HarrowMHP
Support is for children and young people aged five to 25, and ranges from counselling to art therapy and boxing to mentoring and much more to ensure Harrow young people have the space, skills, and confidence to share their voice and to ensure no young person feels alone or isolated about their mental health.