Right to Thrive is a research project to help better understand how discrimination – based on things like background, beliefs and identity – affects a person’s mental health and wellbeing. By sharing your experiences in a safe and confidential way, together we can make a stand and begin to address mental health unfairness in London. more
We’re organising a festival of cultural activity in London to coincide with World Mental Health Day (WMHD) on Wednesday, 10 October 2018. more
Under a new programme, every school in London will have access to a Youth Mental Health First Aider (MHFAider) by 2021. more
Thrive LDN Champions are a diverse network of people across London who are committed to changing the way their communities think and talk about mental health. more
We are now working with local authorities and communities in London on what to develop next - some boroughs are developing local Are we OK...? campaigns and others are setting up local Thrive partnerships and mental health prevention pilots. more
Young London Inspired provides small grants to voluntary sector organisations, community groups, and small charities to run projects which encourage young Londoners to volunteer or take part in social action. more
Thrive Together was developed to inspire and support faith and community groups to have further discussion about mental health, and to share best practice of those organisations who are already doing great work. more
We have partnered with Discover Children’s Story Centre to deliver storytelling sessions for parents and young children (4-7 yr old) as a way to have conversations about mental health and individuality from an early age. more
We have partnered with the Lord Mayor’s Appeal to support the growth and sustainability of the This is Me campaign. more
In partnership with the London Mental Health & Employment Partnership we have established the Thrive LDN Employment Network more