As London recovers from the pandemic, we know many people are finding it still affects their mental health. We’ve created this space to help promote good mental wellbeing or to find out how to support others, all designed around those factors we know protect mental health.
But what works for one person, might not for another, so you should try a few things to see what is best for you. Here you can also find first-hand experiences from people sharing how they have overcome the challenges they have faced.
Whether you’re looking for yourself, or to help a friend or others in your community, explore simple tools, ideas and inspiration to help improve wellbeing.
We know there is a lot here to explore in one go. Subscribe to our email newsletter to receive a selection of tools and tips direct into your inbox, twice a week for one month.
This way you can try new things a couple of times a week, seeing what works for you or what helps you to support others. You can also choose to sign up to receive regular email newsletters from Thrive LDN and from London’s digital wellbeing service, Good Thinking.
Access urgent support here
If you need help for a mental health crisis or emergency, you should get immediate expert advice and assessment.
Help in your area
Alongside the range of resources and tools available here, there are a number of different types of support available and information to support Londoners locally. You may also find it helpful to explore local services.
The Hub of Hope is a mental health support database. It is provided by national mental health charity, Chasing the Stigma, and brings local, national, peer, community, charity, private and NHS mental health support and services together in one place for the first time. The Hub of Hope also lists support and services for family members and friends to enable them to find help for themselves, as well as for the person they are supporting.