Thrive LDN

We are supporting the Mayor of London’s new citywide movement to improve mental health and wellbeing in the capital. Thrive LDN aims to encourage Londoners to step up to tackle mental health so that every person in London can live happier, healthier lives.

Everyone who lives and works in London is invited to join the movement and take action on mental health and wellbeing to make London the happiest, healthiest city in the world.

About Thrive LDN

Thrive LDN is supported by the Mayor of London and led by the London Health Board, in partnership with Greater London Authority, Healthy London Partnership, NHS England (London Region), Public Health England (London Region) and London Councils.

The movement brings together health and care leaders, residents, businesses and community and voluntary organisations to improve mental health and wellbeing in the capital.

More than two million Londoners experience some form of poor mental health every year and report a lower level of life satisfaction and self-worth than the national average. Almost 10% of children and young people living in the capital aged between five and 16 experience a mental health issue and every week two Londoners take their own lives.

In 2017, Thrive LDN launched six aspirations for the capital. These include ambitions to make London a ‘Zero Suicide’ city, the development of training for youth organisations and student societies to help improve wellbeing in young people, and the development of a new programme to raise awareness of mental health and challenge stigma and discrimination.

Current projects

This World Mental Health Day, Thrive LDN helped young Londoners to organise a festival of cultural activity.

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. The team are encouraging people to share their experiences in a safe and confidential way so we can all begin to address mental health unfairness in London.

Get involved

If you would like to get involved with Thrive LDN, please email the team.

You can also get in touch on Twitter and Instagram #OKLDN.

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