PHASCA strongly believes that our services provide support to children and young people in Haringey
and will continually be seeking ways of ensuring that our services benefit the community.
Pyramid Health and Social Care Association (PHASCA) is a registered charity (no 1088422).
PHASCA was established by ex-NHS employees in 1999 and is based in the St. Ann’s ward
of South Tottenham, in the London Borough of Haringey.
PHASCA aims to promote the physical, mental, psychological and social well-being of people from
black and minority ethnic origin as well as all other local communities.
We aim to do this through the creation and provision of education, information services,
training and recreational activities. In doing so we hope to give local people a greater amount
of prospects and provide opportunities for them to transform their well-being.
PHASCA runs a Music Class on Monday evenings which aims to encourage children to learn to play
the guitar and keyboards. The children that attend really enjoy these classes and gain a massive
boost to their confidence and self-esteem.
PHASCA also runs a Homework Club, which raises the educational attainment of children and young people.
The Homework Club also allows children and young people to increase their levels of self-belief
and self-confidence with regard to their education and how much they are able to achieve.
This is vital as children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds
often feel that they are unable to succeed and have worryingly low levels of self-esteem.