Use the interactive map to explore events, initiatives and support in your area. Or browse below for regional events organised by Thrive LDN and Good Thinking to mark Great Mental Health Day 2023.
Great Mental Health Day is here to help get us talking about our mental health and wellbeing and to help break that stigma that so often exists around the subject. It’s also an opportunity to learn more about the great local initiatives and support services that are available right across London.
Great Mental Health Day 2023 acts as a reminder that we can all do our bit to spread hope and kindness, and to help each other.
Use the interactive map on this page to explore events, initiatives and support in your local area. You can select your borough from the drop down menu or just pop in your postcode.
Sign up to an online event organised by Thrive LDN and Good Thinking to mark Great Mental Health Day 2023.
GMHD on social media
Londoners can get involved using the hashtag #GreatMentalHealth to share your own stories, experiences and plans for the day across all social media platforms.
Spreading the word
You can help us raise awareness about Great Mental Health Day 2023 by spreading the word about the day with your families, friends, neighbours and colleagues.
If you’re making plans for the day, download your free campaign toolkit or explore our suggested posts for your own social media channels.
In London, there are a range of free resources, online tools, and helplines available to help you deal with challenges and stay mentally healthy.
Or head straight over to London’s digital wellbeing service, Good Thinking is here to help you with our extensive range of free NHS-approved wellbeing tools and resources. Since its launch in 2017, more than 700,000 people have used the free, digital service to tackle anxiety, stress, low mood, sleep problems and other concerns.
In response to the increased cost-of-living pressures, Thrive LDN has launched a series of free training offers to support London’s key workers, community champions and volunteers. Find out more via the links below.
Thrive LDN is working with Basis to deliver a series of interactive training sessions for participants to learn and practise having conversations that make a difference when someone is having a tough time.
Thrive LDN is working with Healthy Dialogues to offer a three-hour interactive training session about mental health and the impact of financial hardships.
Thrive LDN is working with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to offer a free, recorded open access training to support individuals and organisations to achieve the Bronze level: Trauma Aware.