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London’s movement for better mental health has helped 1.3 million Londoners to thrive as it turns five

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More than 1.3 million people have participated in events and activities to improve mental health and tackle inequalities as part of the Thrive LDN movement since 2017. Highlights positive results of meaningful relationships and interventions developed at a London, multi-borough and community or local level. ‘We can’t overlook the huge challenges in recent years which […]


Developing a community of practice to support people experiencing homelessness with advanced ill health – Free resources to help you facilitate this

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Are you, or any other members of your team interested in creating and running a community of practice in your area, around supporting people experiencing homelessness who have poor health?    Pathway and Marie Curie, together with experts in the field (and supported by NHSE and the Oak Foundation), have developed a suite of resources […]


Anxiety and stress, depression and loneliness

25th March 2022

Anxiety and stress, depression and loneliness can be hard on your mental health. Find resources below which can help children and young people to cope and reduce their anxiety, including support to help leading up to, and during, exams.   Anxiety and Worrying Audio: Anxiety control training – This NHS webpage has many different mental wellbeing […]


Support during the Covid-19 pandemic

23rd March 2022

Find resources on the page for parents and carers to support themselves and their children and young people during the COVID-19 pandemic. Resources for your supporting children and young people during the pandemic Getting back to school Helping children transition back to nursery Anna Freud National Health Centre for families has created a booklet for […]


Covid-19 resources

This page contains resources to support children and young people on understanding COVID-19 measures.   COVID-19 resources for primary school age children Coronavirus fact sheet for children Information for children by National Geographic Kids about what coronavirus is, how it started, what social distancing means, and what you can do to help! The Stay Home […]


The Open Door Policy

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Words and artwork contributed by Anny, Lived Experience Practitioner with the Healthy London Partnership Adult Eating Disorder Programme   A year since going public with my blog, I regularly find myself offering a disclaimer: what I say doesn’t represent the experience or feelings of every Black woman with an eating disorder in the UK. I […]


Addiction Clinical Care Suite 2 (ACCS 2) at St Thomas’ Hospital

Provided by Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust Addiction Clinical Care Suite (ACCS 2) Universal Unit – this service is open to all and not specific to people who are sleeping rough The service is intended to address the gap in complex inpatient detoxification provision in London for those with co-occurring physical and mental […]


Good Thinking workshops: the impact of digital inclusion on community health outcomes

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This autumn, London’s digital wellbeing service, Good Thinking, is running a series of online workshops to explore the impact of digital exclusion on health inequalities and the risks of connecting vulnerable or reluctant individuals to the digital world. Leading experts in online harm, digital inequalities, digital health and the digital transformation of health services will present […]


Damp homes and human health

22 September 2021 By Graham Atherton, National Aspergillosis Centre, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust Damp homes have several causes. These can be obvious to the householder – eg. leaking water pipes, dripping guttering, broken roofing and, increasingly commonly as global warming exerts its influence on our weather, flooding (1). These are usually easy to spot, […]


#AskAboutAsthma 2021 Webinars

As part of #AskAboutAsthma 2021 we are hosting daily webinars from 20 – 24th September focused on children and young people’s asthma care. These events are designed for stakeholders across the spectrum of CYP asthma systems in London. Details of these sessions and how to register can be found below. Ask The Expert CYP and Families […]


Managing vaccine anxiety

If a resident is anxious about having the vaccine, or has a needle phobia, there are things that you can do to help: Create a calm environment where the person feels safe and comfortable Avoid environmental triggers and keep distraction to a minimum, i.e. noise, glare, background distraction Communicate clearly and offer reassurance and support […]


Addiction Clinical Care Suite 1 (ACCS 1) at St Thomas’ Hospital

Provided by Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust Addiction Clinical Care Suite 1 (ACCS 1) dedicated to people who sleep rough/at risk of sleeping rough. Our ACCS 1 offers five elective in-patient detoxification and stabilisation beds for people dependent on drugs and/or alcohol who also have high levels of co-occurring complex physical/mental health medical […]


Children and young people’s mental health – webinars

Learning Together: London’s Mental Health in Schools Event Healthy London Partnership’s CYP) mental health team hosted a ‘Learning Together: Mental Health in Schools’ celebration event on 24 March 2022. This event was an opportunity to celebrate, share knowledge and experiences, and reflect on all the amazing work going on to support young people, their families and […]


Free app to increase wellbeing and resilience to stress with Feeling Good

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Good Thinking, the NHS-approved digital mental wellbeing service that is free for Londoners, has partnered with the Foundation for Positive Mental Health to help those in London who are experiencing common mental wellbeing concerns and are looking to improve their concentration and confidence in all walks of life. Feeling Good offers audio programmes centred around […]


Secondary Care

Complex mental health cases that are not deemed suitable for the NICE-recommended therapies provided by IAPT services, are often referred on to secondary care services provided by Mental Health Trusts. London IAPT services work and interact with secondary care to varying extents; some of the relationships that we explored are given below. We learnt that […]


Publication of Children and Young People’s Mental Health Inequalities Data Snapshots

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The Healthy London Partnership (HLP) Children and Young People’s Mental Health (CYP MH) programme has produced data inequalities snapshots for each Integrated Care System (ICS) in London. The purpose of these data snapshots is to support local systems in addressing health inequalities in access, experience, and outcomes in CYP MH care. This could support system partners to […]


Webinars

London Webinars The Healthy London Partnership (HLP) London Digital IAPT team and Thrive LDN produced a series of NHS Coping Well During COVID webinars to support Londoners with anxiety due to coronavirus. A second series called Keeping Well for Health and Care workers has also been developed. Each live webinar is 60-minutes long, led and […]


Digital inclusion and exclusion

Context The NHS, and the wider health and care system, is committed to delivering information and services digitally wherever appropriate. For patients, digital health can mean better access to information and care, increased convenience, and more opportunities for greater control of their own health and shared care. For the health and care system digital health […]