Parents & Carers

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If you are worried about a child including your own, there are a range of services in Harrow that can help. Please use the drop-down list under Parents & Carers to access useful information and details.

Parental Support

HOPE (Harrow) is a local charity providing support to parents and carers through one to one parent mentoring, courses and workshops.  All of our services are designed to support and encourage families to feel valued and build upon existing skills to improve communication, develop self-esteem and to reduce tension with the aim of enhancing the general well-being of the family. Our Facilitators and Mentors are all accredited and offer a supportive, non-judgmental and confidential service. Parent mentoring is available in a range of local languages. If you are interested in any of the services that HOPE offers please contact us on:  0208 863 7319  or info@hopeharrow.org.uk

For further information:

Hope Services For Parents

Hope Parenting Course

Harrow Family Information Service

The Harrow Families Information Service (FIS) provides an impartial service giving detailed information, advice and guidance on childcare as well as general information on a wide range of services for children, young people and their families in the local community.

Harrow Family Information Service Leaflet

Parenting Course – How to Drug Proof Your Kids

The Care for the Family London Harrow team will be running  a 6 week course for parents of children in Year 6 and above which addresses the important role a parent or significant caregiver can play in reducing the risk of harmful substance misuse and looks at ways to empower children to make safe and healthy choices. Further details here.

There will be 6 weekly sessions at Christ Church Roxeth (opposite Roxeth Primary School) on Tuesdays 7-9pm starting Tuesday 5th June 2018.

If you would like to participate, please email positiveparentinginharrow@gmail.com for further information or book online.

 

 

What to do if you are worried about a child. To discuss concerns or make a referral: