Mental Health Services Directory
Please find below a link to a Mental Health Services Directory created for Brent people and professionals.
What is this about?
You are receiving this because the directory may be useful to you as a resource to signpost you to mental health and well-being services, which Brent people can access. It was created by statutory and voluntary sector mental health services, service users, Brent CCG and Local Authority working together. We want to get this cascaded far and wide and would be grateful for your help in doing so please. Thank you in advance for forwarding on to your contacts within the borough.
What does it offer?
The directory is comprehensive, listing the mental health services that meet different levels of need from low level worries and anxiety to crisis. The services are categorised by age group, from children through to older aged people and includes the range of access points including on the phone, face to face and online for each service.
Who is it for?
The directory is intended as a resource for Brent people, GPs, social prescribers, care co-ordinators, community response teams, front-line staff, community groups/leaders and volunteers for signposting to services as appropriate. It lists the mental health services that meet different levels of need from low level worries and anxiety to crisis. The services are categorised by age group, from children through to older aged people and includes the range of access points including on the phone, face to face and online for each service.
The directory is intended as a resource for ordinary people, GPs, social prescribers, care co-ordinators, community response teams, front-line staff, community groups/leaders and volunteers for signposting to services as appropriate. The booklet can be downloaded at this link: https://brentccg.nhs.uk/news-publications-events/news/mental-health-services-directory-meeting-your-needs-during-covid-19-pandemic
CNWL Integrated Sexual Health Services are open for Business- Supporting vulnerable patients to access Integrated Sexual Health services during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
For further information download the Safeguarding Partners Communication (125KB PDF).
The Carers Respite Grant is Ending
We would like to hear your opinion on the changes to the respite grant if you are a carer in Brent. Brent Council, NHS Brent CCG, and Brent Carers Hub are jointly updating their strategy for carers and would like to hear your views. Click here to read the full article.
How can carers give their ideas about improving services that promote health & well-being?
Brent Council, NHS Brent CCG, and Brent Carers Hub are jointly updating their strategy for carers. Carers can provide comments directly through:
Brent Council customer services: 020 8937 1234
Brent Carers Hub telephone line: 020 3802 7070
NHS Brent CCG enquiries email: BRECCG.Brentenquiries@nhs.net
New Brent Art Group
exciting new art group for young people aged 16 – 30
who have a learning disability
Click here for further details. (2207KB) PDF
Brent Housing Partnership (BHP) is an arms-length management organisations (ALMO) and community housing company owned by Brent Council.
While the council owns the homes and takes responsibility for housing policy and strategy, we are responsible for the day-to-day management of
housing services to over 9,500 council tenants and 3,000 leaseholders (12,500 altogether
as well as learning new skills and receiving work experiences. Previous volunteers have recently moved into employment,
so the project provides a great opportunity for those looking to get into work. Find out more.
Disability Rights UK
wants to share some exciting information with you about The Leadership Academy Programme;
Please visit our website for more details of the outcomes from the first year’s programme; http://www.disabilityrightsuk.org/how-we-can-help/leadership
Places are offered on a first come first served basis and payment will be expected as soon as your provisional offer has been made.
For further information or if you are interested in applying? please request an application from The Leadership Academy Executive; Katrina.firstname.lastname@example.org
The City of London Corporation’s charitable funder, City Bridge Trust, celebrates 20 years of giving with 20 special grants
To mark 20 years of grant giving in the Capital, the City of London Corporation’s charitable funder, City Bridge Trust, has awarded an exceptional £20,000 grant to Brent Mencap
Click here for further details. (98KB) Word Doc
The BASIL service has come to an end.
You can continue to get advice and help from the following organisation:
Citizens Advice Brent (CAB)
270 – 272 High Road
You can visit the CAB at any one of 13 Children’s Centres if you have children under 5 years old.
Visit CAB at Brent Housing Partnership if you are a council tenant.
Visit CAB at Catalyst Housing Association if you are a Catalyst tenant.
Visit CAB at Westminister Drug Project if you are affected by drug and alcohol abuse.
Visit CAB at Brent Civic Centre every Monday & Thursday or Call them on 020 8438 1249 Mon to Fri 10am-4:00pm.
You can also check out Brent Advice Matters (BAM) Website http://www.bam.org.uk
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Morning session: 9am – 12pm (3 hrs)
Afternoon Session: 12pm – 4pm (4hrs)
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